Cannon Rocks was first discovered by the famous explorer Bartholomew Diaz when he sailed the Cape seas.
Located in the Eastern Cape, the weather conditions in Cannon Rock are suitable for the town to serve as a tourist destination.
Located between Kenton-On-Sea and the Addo Elephant National Park, this is an idyllic setting.
Property values are comparable to towns like Umhlanga Rocks, Cape Town or Knysna, thus by no means inexpensive. The benefit however is the fact that there are score of vacant stands that are waiting to be developed.
The other major benefit of owning property in the coastal towns is that investors can opt for buy-to-let investments which will service bonds very well as the region is not influenced that much by seasonal tourist with the Addo National Park so close to the town.
Adventure seekers will enjoy this town as there is snorkeling, fishing, kite-boarding and hiking on offer which are not seasonal activities.
Tourist attractions close to Cannon Rocks include Kariega Game Reserve, Shamwari Game Reserve and Woody Cape Nature Reserve.
The region and town are sustained by cattle farming that producing cattle for beef.
Cannon Rocks is not developed to the point that there are schools or malls, and Kenton-On-Sea is the closest for these needs.
The town is also the venue for the annual Cannon Rocks Kite Boarding Classic, which attracts scores of tourist further creating demand for property to the town. The landscape makes for the typical dramatic architecture which will be a certain driving force in future property values as the demand for property increases in the town as popularity increases.
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