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Aston Bay was a unique combination of endless unspoilt beaches, indulgent summers, plentiful shells, and secret fishing spots all set in a relaxed lifestyle surrounded by a the unique Eastern Cape fynbos, it is this that makes Aston Bay a sought after spot for budget family accommodation. The safe beach situated between Paradise Beach and the new years holiday town of Jeffreys Bay are perfect for swimming and reef diving and occasional surf spots, making it a popular weekend getaway and family holiday destination. Whilst accommodation is primarily budget self catering guest houses and lodges do have available especial over the December holiday periods.
The seaside holiday town of Aston Bay is situated next to Paradise Beach on Marina Martinique which boarders the town of Jeffreys Bay whilst the residential area can be reached by traversing the causeway that crosses the Seekoi River. The Marina Martinique is about 2.8 km to the east of Jeffreys Bay and is a development of approximately 4.83km of man made canals that are feed via the Indian Ocean. To the north you will find the indigenous valley of Kabeljous River, the river has a popular waterfall and family picnic area.
Aston Bay is situated approximately 100km from the city of Port Elizabeth and offers budget overnight accommodation as you start you family holiday trip down the world famous Garden Route with Plettenberg Bay being a mere 75 minute away by car.
Aston Bay lies within the South Africa temperate climate zone with mostly warm summer days and moderate winter months days making this the perfect family holiday destination. Aston bay receives mostly winter rainfall but a few scattered showers during the year are to be expected.
Waking up in Aston Bay whilst on holiday your decision are to either spend lazy days on the beach, kayak up the Seekoi River or go on a sailing cruise around Marina Martinique. This can be followed up by shore fishing or taking a leisurely beach stroll along the unspoilt Paradise Beach heading towards St Francis Bay. Afternoons are normally spent enjoying the indigenous unspoilt East Cape fynbos or catching the abundant bird life, as the warm afternoon slowly stretches holiday filled shadows over the unspoilt beaches.
Whilst the time at the seaside town of Aston Bay has stopped the adventures in the surrounding areas abound, from the water slides and family restaurants in Jeffreys Bay to upmarket accommodation in St Francis Bay and the easy family holidays at nearby Cape St Francis you are sure to find the perfect school holiday accommodation in the area!
The timeless Paradise Beach has remained relatively undeveloped with 7km of pristine white beaches stretching all the way to beach all the way to the Kromme River month, separates from Aston Bay from St Francis Bay. The little know Seekoei Nature reserve lies between the quaint coastal villages of Paradise Beach and Aston Bay, approximately 8km from Jeffreys Bay is also within walking distance.
The Seekoei Nature reserve area of about 68ha starts at the Swart and Seekoei confluence and forms an estuary which runs through this reserve. Access to the reserve is most only possible via a small pontoon and this has allowed large birds colonies to frequent the estuary.
Whether is budget overnight accommodation, a family holiday closs to Jeffreys Bay or a cheap self catering option Aston Bay and the surrounding Paradise Beach area are ideal.