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Vleesbaai is a seaside vacation town, situated between Mossel Bay and Gouritsmond in Western Cape, South Africa.
The houses in Vleesbaai are largely owned by a geographically diverse South Africans, who use these houses as holiday accommodation, although there are a number of permanent residents, mainly retirees who have made their holiday homes their permanent homes. As a result, Vleesbaai’s occupancy fluctuates, with the holiday seasons being particularly busy. The Christmas period, the traditional South African summer holiday, and Easter is in general the time when Vleesbaai enjoys its highest occupancy levels.
Despite larger numbers, Vleesbaai remains relatively uncrowded when compared to other holiday towns in the region – this is largely due to the private nature of home ownership, and therefore limited numbers of visitors and guests even during the busy periods.
The local shop is the only business plot in Vleesbaai, where one can find all the essential groceries and fuel. Due to the small shop size the variety of goods sold is limited, and for larger shopping trips, residents need to make the short journey to nearby Mossel Bay or Gouritzmond. Furthermore the local shop does not have a liquor license, thus no liquor is sold in Vleesbaai.
Western Cape, Vleesbaai. GPS: -343.2930298, 21.9139099