Sunset Spots to Say Goodbye to Summer

As colder weather creeps ever closer and nightfall happens earlier we cling onto the last sunsets of summer. Make the most of the last sunny days by watching the sun slowly set across some beautiful landscapes. Take a look at our favourite sunset spots to say goodbye to summer.

Signal Hill, Cape Town

Offering panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean makes Signal Hill an absolute must to visit when you’re in Cape Town. Watch ships slowly slink into harbour below, or look across the bay to Melkbosstrand for a magical view of twinkling lights. #Staypremier at Premier Hotel Cape Town to see the sunset from Signal Hill.

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The Union Buildings, Pretoria

Enjoy amazing views of city lights from the Union Buildings in Pretoria. Take a stroll across the lawns and watch as the capital city transforms into its bustling night life. A great spot to visit next time you #staypremier at Premier Hotel Pretoria.

Union Buildings
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Esplanade, East London

Enjoy a walk along the East London Esplanade for an active sunset over the Indian Ocean. End your stroll with drinks at The Premier Hotel EL ICC pool deck and snap that perfect sunset selfie.
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Scottburgh Beach, Scottburgh KwaZulu Natal

It feels like summer never ends in the South Coast. Take in the views of a magnificent sunset across the waves of the warmer Indian Ocean. Grab an ice cream from one of the local vendors and say goodbye to summer at Premier Resort Cutty Sark.

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Knysna Lagoon, Knysna

A stunning sunset awaits you at the banks of the Knysna Lagoon. Watch the sun change from orange to red and red to pink as the reflection lights up the lagoon. Experience this sunset during your next visit to Premier Resort The Moorings – Knysna.

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Feeling inspired? Book your accommodation online and watch the sunset at stunning locations when you #staypremier.
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