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Afrikaans name: Ramsgate



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Ramsgate is an attractive little town that is situated at the mouth of the Bilanhlolo River, on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast.

The town was named after the farm on which the town was founded and that farm took its name from the town of the same name in England.

The Ramsgate beach is the main attraction. There is a 6 km walk, named the Ramsgate Marine Ramble, which allows you to explore the coastline in the area.

There is variety of accommodation in the area. Margate, Shelly Beach and Port Shepstone are all a short drive away so most amenities are easily available.



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