We visited Diaz Point on a foggy day. The bridge across the bay had been out for some time but crossing at low tide was no problem. Bird life was plentiful and we could hear the seals off in the fog. A climb to the...More
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We drove 300 kms there and back to see Luderitz from Aus. Don't bother! This town seems unreal, there is no one there, it is the most depressing town ever. The food is appalling too! Everything is closed at the weekend and you even have...More
Brilljiant you have to stop well its the only place to eat at the point BUT its nice friendly lady working there the beer is cold and the food id nice look at the old telephones and the stranded boats were you may stay in
We were there in June and it is definitely closed. Sad! The Dias Point in general needs help with an upgrade. The footpath to the cross has fallen apart ant the balustrades are rusted through. An important part of history deserves better!
Visited in may 2015 ... closed .... no longer in operation. I was advised this was due to the senior age of the owner and being unable to find good staff. Only a camping area now.... disappointing for sure
go there and support a worthy cause.... It might not be there in a few years time and Ill guarantee that we'll all be howling that there is no coffee (or beer) at Diaz Point!
Stopped by for refreshments after a very windy trip to Diaz Point. The hot chocolate was great but the cake - my mom had Bar One and I had Walnut - was out of this world! Service - although very, very basic - was very...More
Beautiful and charming little coffee shop situated very close to Diaz Point, the coffee/tea and cake are amazing, as well as the food also available. The owner is very welcoming and has lots of stories to tell, well worth having a chat with her. She...More