Paternoster is located on the West Coast of the Western Cape and is one of the oldest fishing villages on the West Coast. Lying between Saldanha Bay and St Helena Bay, Paternoster is a popular tourist destination all year round.
With its white sandy beaches, rugged coastline and white-washed fishermen cottages, Paternoster gives the impression that you are in another world lost in charm and peace. The town is known for its delicious local seafood with many commercial industries in this field including abalone, oyster and mussel farming, as well as the canning of pilchards. A well-known delicacy is the Cape Bokkoms, a unique method of preparing and drying fish which has provided an affordable source of protein for centuries.Read More