Swakopmund Restaurants Namibia

Swakopmund Restaurants Namibia

  • Jetty 1905
    Swakopmund Restaurants
    Take a wander down to the end of the famous Swakopmund jetty and you will find Jetty 1905. The Jetty was originally built in 1905 (hence the name) but don’t worry, it was completely refurbished in 2006 More Info
  • Hansa Hotel Restaurant
    Swakopmund Restaurants
    For those who can't live on aesthetics alone, the hotel offers two world-class restaurants. Breakfast and dinner is served in our Main Dining room where seafood and game specialities are on offer from our world renowned kitchen. More Info
  • Village Cafe
    Swakopmund Restaurants
    If you happen to be the kind of person that travels a lot . . . or not. If you are the kind of person who has “bean" everywhere . . . or not. Or . . .if you simply adore a great cup of coffee, then Village Café,... More Info
  • Café Anton
    Swakopmund Restaurants
    We boast with Namibia's most famous coffee shop. Café Anton, with its traditional German confectionary, such as the Black Forest Cream Cake, Florentiners, "Bee Sting" and lots of other cakes. More Info
  • Tiger Reef
    Swakopmund Restaurants
    Have an ice cold beer lounging in a deck chair, watching the sunset as you tickle your toes in the warm beach sand. Tiger Reef is a regular on the Swakopmund bar scene. And if you end up staying longer than you intended, there’s some good old... More Info
  • Swakopmund Brauhaus
    Swakopmund Restaurants
    Swakopmund Brauhaus with it's warm, inviting and relaxed atmosphere is your home away from home. More Info
  • The Tug Restaurant
    Swakopmund Restaurants
    The Tug Restaurant had first opened its doors during December 1993. Starting out as a small beachfront restaurant on the edge of the wild and mystical Atlantic Ocean, with splendid views onto the iconic Swakopmund jetty, The Tug’s popularity... More Info

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Swakopmund Information

After the German proclamation of a colony in South West Africa, they found themselves dependent on the British-held territory of Walvis Bay for trade.

To try to counteract this, in 1892 they established Swakopmund at the mouth of the Swakop river, as the name suggests, to serve as an alternative. The lack of shelter for ships proved a problem and Swakopmund ceased to be a port and developed into a popular beachside holiday resort.

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