Rosehill Mall, west of Port Alfred feeatures spectacular interior designs with giant, fully-grown palm trees along a beach-style avenue linking the shops, to an astounding close-quarters view over the Eastern Cape shoreline nearby. Where else can you walk out of a shoping mall and see the sea! National retailers - Woolworths - with a Food Hall, SuperSpar, Clicks, Foschini, Truworths, Milady's, Ackermans - provide the broadest possible shopping experience and maximum convenience. Other facilitries include cinemas, restaurants, post office, decor outlets and gift shops, home industry, art gallery, cell phone store, furniture stores, hairdressing, gym and even a skateboarding halfpipe in the big, comprehensive sporting store. Natural air and light make the mall a healthy entertainment option for kids. There is ample free parking and no guards to torment.
Wharf Street on the older side of town, is famous for its fresh fish stores, antique and second-hand furniture stores, the Little Brewery on Wharf Street, stunning restaurants / eateries, our very own Little Theatre on the Wharf, a Tattoo parlour, Art Gallery, home decor shop, Bezant fresh meats, a fresh fruit and vegetable shop and much more.
The Heritage Mall where the anchor tenant is Pick 'n Pay. Other stores in the vicinity are Mr Price, Sheet Street, Mica, Midas and CNA as well as several independent, furniture, clothing, fashion, baby & children's wear, fruit and vegetables, toys, sports and speciality stores.
Van der Riet Street, home to The Courtyard, offerting a stylish home decor store, antiques and second-hand goods, crafts and gifts and the most beautiful fresh flowers (one of their specialities is the gerbera daisy - all shades of this stunning bloom come in daily from nearby Bathurst). A lovely coffee shop, bakery and wine bar. Further down Van der Riet Street are other chique restaurants, and a lovely cocktail bar. You will also find a health shop, computer store, specialist paint store, and the like in this fascinating street.
Port Alfred CBD you will find quaint furniture stores, second-hand book stores, fresh fruit markets and home industries selling crafts and local delicacies. The town also has modern supermarkets, estate agents, furniture stores, butcheries and bakeries, liquor stores, pharmacies, jewellery stores, nurseries and banks.
All shopping areas are within walking distance of each other which makes for an unforgettable and pleasant experience.
The little village of Bathurst has an array of fascinating shops, art galleries, craft shops, antique stores and the like. Make sure that you visit the galleries and craft stores for a fascinating array of goods made by talented local artists. You will also find wonderful restaurants and pubs in the area.
Casual Kenton offers lovely stores for all your basic needs as well as lovely craft stores. Be sure to stop at the lovely bead shop and to visit the pottery studios in and around Kenton.