Cannon Rocks

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Cannon Rocks Holiday Resort is situated 135km to the east of Port Elizabeth and 180km west of East London. We form part of a quiet village at Cannon Rocks, where you will enjoy unspoilt beaches, safe bathing, superb fishing and excellent surfing, kite and windsurfing.

At Cannon Rocks Holiday Resort we offer service excellence and the following facilities: The sparkling pool provides hours of fun for water and sun lovers.
The Caravan Park situated only a few hundred meters away from lovely surf and fishing grounds, has 74 wind protected stands with plenty of trees. All stands offer 20 amps. Due to bad signal we do not offer TV aerials, please bring your own satellite dish, decoder etc if you would like to watch tv.

The caravan sites are serviced by 2 immaculate ablution blocks, a Laundromat, a petrol pump and 3 telephone booths. We are an agency for the Post Office. Each individual site has a braai oven with a chimney and working area. Browse around in our fully stocked, on-site shop which provides for all your daily necessities and treats.

Cannon Rocks Holiday Resort
046 654 0043
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