Sandwiched between Betty’s and Gordan’s Bay in the Overberg Region of the Western Cape is the charming, small coastal village of Pringle Bay. Boasting the lush green vegetation, sun-bleached shores, glistening blue sea and the rocky terrain of Hangklip Mountain, famed for its ‘hanging rock’ which leans out to sea, this delightful seaside community offers picturesque vistas from all angles. Travellers can spend a day meandering through the lively town centre, searching for the many hidden gems of the charity store, and indulging in mouth-watering, fresh seafood dishes at one of the inviting restaurants. Those who want more serene surroundings can snorkel, swim, surf or sunbathe at the wondrous Pringle Bay Beach; while adventure-seekers can hike the mountainous landscape of the Hangklip Trail.