Paternoster is a small fishing village on the western coast of the Western Cape Province of South Africa sitting alongside Paternoster Bay. The village has an off-the-beaten-track feel to it, with great nature reserves and generally unspoilt marine ecosystems and sea life. There is a relatively large public beach on Paternoster Bay, complete with a unique natural rock jetty. While the water is very cold most of the year, there is plenty of sun and a large expanse of sand where locals and tourists alike can catch some rays. Dolphins and whales can be seen from the beach or the surrounding hills. Because Paternoster is a fishing community, fresh fish is always on the menu. This village provides a nice side trip for anyone visiting Cape Point or the nearby game reserves.
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