YZERFONTEIN

Pearl of the West Coast

Yzerfontein, literally translated “Iron Fountain”, is a small town on the West coast, about 90 km north of Cape Town. Originally a farm owned by the Katz-family in the 1930s, it was divided into plots for housing. Yzerfontein is envied for its pristine Sixteen Mile Beach, adjacent to the West Coast National park, which borders the town.

Yzerfontein has a Distillery, a Winery and a Brewery in a 4km radius. Dassen Island, another nature reserve, is about 10 km offshore. The main sources of income are tourism (especially during the wildflower season), mining
and fishing.

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