Eastern Cape Towns/Cities information. We trust that you find all the information you need on the Eastern Cape Towns/Cities. Alphabetic list of town and cites in the Eastern Cape. The coastal area of the Eastern Cape Province lies directly between subtropical KwaZulu Natal and the Mediterranean Western Cape. Its inland area is bisected by the great escarpment, and the northern areas have altitudinous plains of the Plateau and great Karoo. These topographical differences are what cause the climatic differences and conditions experienced by the various towns and cities.

Aberdeen
Adelaide
Addo
Alexandria
Alice
Alicedale
Aliwal North
Bailey
Balfour
Barakke
Barkly East
Baroda
Baroe
Bathurst
Bedford
Behulpsaam
Bell
Bellevue
Berlin
Bethelsdorp
Bhisho
Bityi
Bonza Bay
Braunschweig
Burgersdorp
Butterworth
Cala
Cambria
Cannon Rocks
Cape St. Francis
Cathcart
Chalumna
Chintsa
Clarkebury
Clifford
Coega
Coffee Bay
Cofimvaba
Coghlan
Colchester
Coleford
Cookhouse
Cradock
Despatch
Döhne
Dordrecht
Dutywa
East London
Elliot
Flagstaff
Fort Beaufort
Gcuwa
Gonubie
Graaff-Reinet
Grahamstown
Hankey
Hofmeyr
Humansdorp
Jansenville
Jeffreys Bay
Kenton-on-Sea
King William’s Town
Kirkwood
Lady Frere
Lady Grey
Maclear
Madadeni
Mandini
Matatiele
Middelburg
Molteno
Mount Fletcher
Mthatha
Engcobo
Nieu-Bethesda
Oyster Bay
Patensie
Paterson
Pearston
Port Alfred
Port Elizabeth
Port St. Johns
Queenstown
Somerset East
Steynsburg
St Francis Bay
Stutterheim
Tarkastad
Uitenhage
uMthatha
Whittlesea
Zwelitsha

The Amatola Region

Adelaide
Alice
Aliwal North
Balfour
Berlin
Bhisho, (previously Bisho)
Braunschweig
Cathcart
Dohne
Dordrecht
East London (eMonti)
Elliot
Fort Beaufort
Gonubie
Haga-Haga
Hamburg
Hogsback
Katberg
Kei Mouth
Keiskammahoek
Kidds Beach
King William’s Town
Komga
Mdantsane
Mhlangeni
Morgan’s Bay
Ngcobo (previously Engcobo)
Oyster Bay
Peddie
Queenstown
Seymour
Stutterheim
Tarkastad
Whittlesea
Zwelitsha

The Western Region

Aberdeen
Addo
Alexandria
Bathurst
Bedford
Cookhouse
Cradock
Despatch
Graaff Reinet
Grahamstown
Hankey
Humansdorp
Jeffreys Bay
Joubertina
Kareedouw
Kenton-on-Sea
Kirkwood
Krakeelrivier
Middelburg
Nieu-Bethesda
Patensie
Port Alfred
Port Elizabeth (eBhayi)
Salem
Somerset East
St Francis Bay
Steynsburg, Eastern Cape
Steytlerville
Sunland
Uitenhage
Willowmore

The Wild Coast

Chintsa
Coffee Bay
Dutywa (previously Idutywa)
Flagstaff
Gcuwa (previously Butterworth)
Nqamakwe
Centani
Lady Frere
Libode
Lusikisiki
Mount Fletcher
Matatiele
Mount Ayliff
Mount Frere
Mthatha (previously Umtata)
Port St Johns
Qolora Mouth
Willowvale
Tsolo
Bizana
Qumbu
Ngqeleni
Xhorha (previously Elliotdale)

Eastern Cape Towns/Cities regions

There are Nine regions within the Eastern Cape.

Tsitsikamma Adventure Route: Tsitsikamma Adventure Route stretches from the Bloukrans River in the west to the Tsitsikamma River in the east, is bordered on the north by the imposing Tsitsikamma Mountains and in the south by the Indian Ocean.

The Kouga Route: The Kouga Route stretches from the Tsitsikamma River to the Van Stadens River.

Sunshine Coast: This route explores the spectacular strip of coastline between Port Elizabeth and East London where you travel via coastal towns and hamlets like Colchester, Alexandria, Kenton on Sea, Port Alfred and Kids Beach.

Sundays River Valley: The Addo Elephant National Park, with its core situated in the Sundays River Valley and stretching from the Karoo region north of the Zuurberg Mountain Range to the coast and islands of Algoa Bay of South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province, is the heartbeat of the Greater Addo area.

The Karoo Heartland: The Karoo Heartland’s rugged and intense beauty is dominated by vast, flat plains, rocky mountains, and the biggest assortment of succulents in the world.

The Friendly N6 motorway: The N6 motorway links Bloemfontein, capital of the Free State, with East London. It passes through open, rural countryside where sheep, cattle and goats graze, as well as past Anglo-Boer War battlefields and many small villages and towns.

Frontier Country: This route traverses the area that was the scene of nine Frontier Wars between the British and the Xhosa and the meeting place of five great cultures, San, Khoi-Khoi, Dutch, Xhosa and British.

Amatola Mountains: This route stretches from Adelaide in the west to Stutterheim in the east, with the majestic Amatola Mountains standing as a clear beacon on the horizon.

The Wild Coast: The Wild Coast is one of South Africa’s most remote stretches of shoreline.

Visit the Eastern Cape Provincial Reserves page or Eastern Cape Private Reserves or maybe you would like to return to the Eastern Cape page.

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