You can get there by car from Bredasdorp. You will reach Bredasdorp by travelling on the N2 highway, which runs from Cape Town along the east coast via the Garden Route to Port Elizabeth. It is about 100Km to the Caledon turnoff and then another 100+ kilometers to Bredasdorp. All in all about 2 hours from Cape Town to Bradasdorp. The roads are good but narrow with a speed limit of 100km/h.
The Southern most tip of Africa is dominated by three towns. Arniston, Struisbaai and L'Agulhas. Whale watching in the spring is fascinating as are the spring flowers. Fishing, Scuba Diving, Surfing are great in this part of the world.
Struisbaai is a coastal village boasting the longest continuous stretch of white sand coastline in the Southern part of Africa. Struisbaai also boasts the picturesque Struisbaai-harbor, the fishing cottages of Hotagterklip, 2km/1.25mi north of Struisbaai, is a favorite subject with South African painters. Some of the old fishermen's cottages have been restored and are now protected as national monuments. You could also view the Cape Agulgas light house, one of the oldest in South-Africa, and the most southern tip of Africa, where the two Oceans, The Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet in the Aghulas National Park.
Activities in Struisbaai: Walking on the beach. Body boarding and surfing outside the harbor. Swimming at the beach Deep sea fishing. Fishing from the beach or harbor jetty. Climb up inside the lighthouse. Walk the "spookdraai" hiking trail. Take a ride through the agulhas nature reserve. Just enjoy the blue sky country at its best.
You can buy beautiful souvenirs at the "Shell Shop" and watch the fishing fleet come in each afternoon and buy some fish off the boats.
The scones at the lighthouse are exceptional, for fish and chips go to Pelican's at the harbour and the pizza's at Bella Luna are nice, but if you would like to eat with a view you can go to Nostra on the struisbaai beach.