Results for "Cape Breton"

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  • Goodwood

    World Directory, Africa, South Africa, Western Cape, Cape Town

    Goodwood is a suburb situated between the northern and southern suburbs of Cape Town. It is 10 kilometres from the city centre and accessible from the N1, N7 and N2 highways. The suburb is probably best know for the fact that GrandWest Casino is right on its doorstep. This world-class facility has a traditional Cape design style and houses everything from a casino to an Olympic size ice rink. There are restaurants, a children's entertainment centre, clubs, pubs and shops. With a vast array of activities on offer, there is something for everybody, so if the weather is not particularly beach-friendly, pop into the GrandWest for a fun day and evening out.



  • Glosderry

    World Directory, Africa, South Africa, Western Cape, Cape Town

    Glosderry is a suburb in Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa. 


  • Margaret River

    World Directory, Australia, Australia, Western Australia, South West

    Margaret River is a town in the South West of Western Australia, located in the valley of the eponymous Margaret River, 277 kilometres (172 mi) south of Perth, the state capital. Its Local Government Area is the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River.


  • Buxton

    World Directory, North America, United States, North Carolina, Dare County

    Located on Hatteras Island on North Carolina's Outer Banks, Buxton offers both ocean and sound, the famous Cape Hatteras Lighthouse and many opportunities to relax and enjoy this spectacular location.


  • Hatteras

    World Directory, North America, United States, North Carolina, Dare County

    Wind and water shape the island's dunes and inlets, and yet a maritime forest at Buxton provides a calm oasis. The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, tallest in the nation, was nearly claimed by the Atlantic Ocean but was rescued in the nick of time in 1999 by moving the entire structure away from the sea. But perhaps most importantly is the fact that Hatteras Island is one of the last places on earth where you can go on the Fourth of July weekend and stake out a stretch of beach to call your very own.


  • Eastham

    World Directory, North America, United States, Massachusetts, Barnstable County

    Only Cape Cod town founded entirely by people from Plymouth Colony. Gateway to the National Seashore. Now known for its road beaches and sand dunes.


  • Falmouth

    World Directory, North America, United States, Massachusetts, Barnstable County

    The Village of Falmouth, incorporated in 1686, is one of Cape Cod\'s historical gems. Every season, thousands of visitors flock to the area to enjoy all that Falmouth has to offer: unique shops, fine restaurants, interesting entertainment, serene nature trails, and warm, sandy beaches.


  • Wellfleet

    World Directory, North America, United States, Massachusetts, Barnstable County

    Wellfleet is a small fishing/artist village on outer Cape Cod ...in the heart of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Atlantic Ocean, Cape Cod Bay and Wellfleet Harbor ...35 miles of pristine beaches and many nature trails.


  • Cape St. Francis

    World Directory, Africa, South Africa, Eastern Cape, Eastern Cape

    Only 100km from Port Elizabeth, South Africa, at the gateway to the Garden Route, lies a quaint village - St Francis Bay. The village lies nestled among the green clad dunes lining the beautiful Bay of St Francis. Dolphins and whales play along the shoreline. Cape St Francis is popular for its surfing at Seal Point, and boasts the historic lighthouse built in 1878. The climate is temperate with warm summers and mild winters. A quaint shopping center, restaurants, a golf course, bowling greens, tennis courts and a small-boat harbor cater for visitor needs in St Francis Bay.


  • Durbanville

    World Directory, Africa, South Africa, Western Cape, Cape Town

    Durbanville arose round the best water-source for dozens of kilometres, which drew half of all travellers in the Cape; and when, around the turn of the eighteenth century, the important routes were laid down, they went by way of the Spring which, even at the height of summer, poured out thousands of gallons of sweet water a day and, in fact, served the village of Durbanville as its water supply until 1958.