Swakopmund Jetty, Swakopmund

3.8
Bridge · Pier / Boardwalk
Constructed for the purpose of loading and unloading rafts and boats, Swakopmund Jetty was designed and built by German engineers immediately before the outbreak of World War I. Abandoned for years, the jetty underwent a massive reconstruction project and reopened to the public in 2010. Today, the wooden landmark hosts a popular restaurant, known equally for its eclectic menu as well as its views. Use our Swakopmund vacation planning app to add Swakopmund Jetty and other attractions to your Swakopmund vacation plans.
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  • The immense waves roll in from the South Atlantic with incredible force. The jetty is a brilliant vantage point from which to experience the unbridled power of the ocean.  more »
  • The jetty is very popular amongst locals and tourists alike. Go there to watch the sunset and enjoy your sundowner.  more »

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