A point of interest featured in Beauty and excitement in an African paradise Guidelet.
A day option in The Garden Route South Africa.
Why Go: The timber shed is the remains of one of the oldest constructions in Plettenberg Bay. It was erected in 1787 to serve as the storage shed for wood until it could be loaded onto ships. Although most of it has been destroyed over time the ruins have been declared a provincial heritage site.
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