This shop in Langeberg Mall is like your office away from home, its got internet, does faxes, copies, and almost any office requirement you may have, you can even book a bit of office space if you want to sit and work.
JETS is a clothing store at good prices, found in various locations in Mossel Bay.
This store sells mens clothes, ladies clothes, childrens clothes and underwear.
Some branches will sell other baby equipment like a pram or a camping cot, or a baby bath.
So if you forgotton your warm jumper... this is the place to get it without cutting a big hole in your holiday budget!!
The pic I have is of a JET in town but give info and website directions of the Branch in Langeberg mall.
Website has map
What to buy: Clothes
What to pay: not too expensive
This is also a shop where you can buy great souvenirs and gifts. It has biltong, local produce, souvenirs and paintings.
What to buy: I bought a really nice painting of the lighthouse here. And shaved ice once when I had an hangover...
This shop is easily recognisable by the stuffed lion and baboon. They've got awesome postcards and other souvenirs. They also sell billtong and clothing.
What to buy: Great for souvenir shopping.
What to pay: You can try and bargain a bit here, as they are willing to drop the price at times.
This is a shop that sells the crafts and arts of local artists. There are some amazing paintings, but also small presents that make great souvenirs. It is affordable and all really well made.
What to buy: I got some great fridge magnets here, but also a township painting.
What to pay: Prices vary from 10-5,000 rand.
Groceries, Toiletries, Camping Equipment, Braais, Wood & Charcoal, Electrical Appliances, Cold Drinks & Cigarettes at Wholesale prices.
Mon - Fri 8H00 - 17H30 Sat: 8H00 - 14H00
Sun 9H00 - 13H00
Around the Dias Museum Complex are a number of Tourist orientated shops, which are very reasonably priced. The Famous mini boat maker, and hand made chocolate maker resides in the complex attached to the Old Post Tree Hotel. Diagonally across the car park is the famus De Lederhandelaar, with original Ostrich Leather Goods from Oudtshoorn - way too out of reach for the locals, but good value for money for the upcountry and overseas visitors.
In the local shopping mini mall across the road is where all the locals shop, prices are as you see them, there is no haggling in SA, and are determined by most of the shops Head Offices, so no higher prices for tourists
What to buy: African Art in the shop between the Museum complex and the Gannett Restaurant, and in the small hut in the mini Mall.
Ostrich Leather bags, jackets and shoes at De Lederhandelaar
Art and Craft in the car park next to the Tourism office - meet the artist at work
Pharmacy in a store selling toiletries, stationary, gifts, kitchen utensils etc
This Pharmacy also has a clinic.
Its near the Pick and Pay
sells locally made pastry eats and gifts, The shop is in the Langeberg Mall at entrance where banks are.
Next to THE POINT HOTEL , sells all sorts of goodies and also sells traditional South African BILTONG
What to buy: Biltong.... and more Biltong and more...Biltong!!