Alte Brücke is a neat, no-frills self-catering accommodation option on the edge of Swakopmund perfect for the more pragmatic travellers among us who like to get out there and explore.
Why waste money on a fancy hotel when all you're going to do there is sleep? Well, maybe you'd like to get fussy and opt for a hot shower and a convenient location. You're on holiday after all.
A stone's throw from the roaring Atlantic and sheltering behind the aquarium, Alte Brücke offers self-catering serviced accommodation with a complimentary breakfast thrown in for good measure. The town centre is a five-minute walk along the beach via several excellent restaurants and a couple of highly enticing pubs.
The grounds, lawned and dotted with well-established palm trees, are immaculate and the chalets too are spotless with tiled floors throughout, fully-equipped kitchens and a range of sizes from one bedroom to three. The campsite features private ablutions and large grassy sites with electricity points.
31 self-catering chalets sleeping 2, 4 or 6; fully equipped kitchen; full bathrooms; daily cleaning service; complimentary breakfast; 35 camping sites with private ablutions and washing area, bbq and power points
Swakopmund is alive with action fast and slow: from museums, galleries and craft markets to skydiving, quad-biking and paragliding; from living desert tours to marine cruises; from deep-sea fishing to first-rate birdwatching there is something for everyone. And at the end of it all we have an overwhelming selection of restaurants and cafés in which to gather and recall the days activities.
Page last updated: 7 Oct 2014