Tergniet is a holiday and residential destination located in Mossel Bay with a natural beauty that tease the senses. Tergniet is a small village which caters for holiday homes and a small percentage of permanent residents.
The setting and location is idyllic with a large number of the homes being afforded a sea view due to the undulating countryside and dunes on which the village was developed. The village is set in a semi natural forest or it seems that way as it is a tree rich area making for interesting garden and landscaping.
The location is further enhanced by the proximity of natural tourist attractions like the Grootbrak River and Kleinbrak River, and of course the sea and white beaches.
Mossel Bay has in the past been lagging behind slightly as a tourist destination due to the strong competition it got from places such as Hartenbos, but the tide has turned and the demand for both residential and holiday homes has been attracting people to this sleepy hollow for its natural beauty and tourist destinations.
The region which falls under Mossel Bay is greatly sustained by refineries like Mosgas, based on natural gasses, the small commercial harbor, automotive assembly and a constant flow of tourists visiting the area.
There are also many available schools to choose from for the permanent residents, including Curro Private School Mossel Bay, Denneprag Primary School, Glenwood House School and Global Academy.
Tourist attractions are the other alternative source of income to Mossel Bay. Some of these attractions include the Dias Maritime Museum, Botlierskop Private Game Reserve and Hartenbos Water Park.
Take a tour of the homes on offer in Tergniet and surrounding towns via the MyRoof website to select your new home.