Cape St Francis, visualised by John Booysen who made a swop of his Chevrolet car for part of a farm bordering the lighthouse at Seal Point, originally became a township. In 1965, after just two years, the township was proclaimed the town of Cape St Francis.
Eight restaurants, open all year, offer a full variety of South African and international cuisine. Greek, Swiss, Mediterranean, Italian and local specialities may be found here. The central Village shopping centre with a variety of retail outlets makes shopping a convenient and enjoyable experience.
St Francis is a great place to visit. It’s also an ideal place to live. The magnificent up-market village at St Francis Bay is a symphony of charming white-walled homes, thatched roofs and intricate tidal canals.