Known as South Australia’s coastal paradise, the Fleurieu Peninsula is located forty minutes south of Adelaide and it’s where you’ll find stunning landscapes of pristine sandy beaches, rugged coastlines and national parks.
The Peninsula is also home to rolling farmland and the sustainable wine growing region of McLaren Vale; charming inland townships such as Willunga and Strathalbyn; and seaside villages like Cape Jervis with its views to Kangaroo Island.
If you feel in need of some water therapy, you could kayak through the labyrinth of caves, coves and rock pools in Second Valley, or drift along the calm waters of the inlet in Port Noarlunga South. For a chance to catch a glimpse of the rare Leafy Sea Dragon, you might like to snorkel and dive in the crystal-clear waters of Gulf St Vincent.
We love that the Fleurieu Peninsula is a place where you can escape to big open spaces and enjoy some of the very best coastal and inland adventures, nature and wildlife experiences.
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