The harbour town of Lüderitz, on the wild Atlantic seaboard, has a fine collection of charming buildings dating from the days when it was a bustling German town. Set against a background of black rock and the sparkling blue waters of the bay, this architectural heritage gives Lüderitz its special charm. Exploring the coast around the bay is rewarding, with its unspoilt beaches, caves, lagoons and reefs.

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