Port Julia is located in South Australia, not too far from the city of Adelaide. This tiny coastal town has only a few hundred residents, making it a perfect escape right on the coast. Port Julia has a reputation for fishing, beautiful beaches, and a quiet atmosphere. If you’re looking for a retreat in South Australia, check out the holiday rentals on offer in Port Julia.
Why Port Julia?
Port Julia holiday rentals offer cozy accommodation, often with sea views. Pick a waterfront rental to start each day of your trip with a cup of coffee on a private balcony. Rentals offer a lot of space and amenities at an affordable price. Common amenities include barbeques, al fresco dining areas, spacious kitchens, and laundry facilities. You will have everything you need for a relaxing trip.
What to See and Do?
Many travellers spend time in Port Julia accommodation to escape a list of things to see and do. Here days can be spent lazily swimming, building sand castles, and sunbathing. With the convenience of a kitchen, you can easily plan family picnics right on the beach. After a day in the sun, return to your holiday rental for a sunset barbeque.
Port Julia is part of the Yorke Peninsula, located about an hour’s drive from Adelaide. People looking for a little adventure can explore the 700 kilometers that that make up the coastline here. Be sure to bring your fishing equipment. Fishing is a popular pastime in Yorke and Lower North.
Another popular thing to do is dine on the local seafood. The waters of the Gulf of St. Vincent are full of incredible seafood including blue crabs, crayfish, and scallops. Cook your own catch and enjoy evenings at local waterfront restaurants. If you’re interested in scuba diving, you can also dive along this coastline that is known for being the home of fascinating shipwrecks.
Top Local Attractions
Port Julia's greatest local attraction is its gorgeous white sand beach. Throughout the Yorke Peninsula there are a few attractions worth checking out including the town of Miniaton, known as the barley capital of the world. This is where most of the barley that winds up in Australian beer comes from.
Some visitors might also want to plan a daytrip to venture to local vineyards. Check out local Australian wines in the Barossa Valley for red wines and the Clare Valley for Rieslings. Stop and taste and a few different boutique vineyards or plan a cycle tour through this part of wine country.
Visitors have many options when it comes to Yorke and Lower North accommodation. If you’re looking for value along with peace and quiet, check out Port Julia. Here you will find cozy homes with multiple bedrooms that would suit families, couples, or groups of friends. With ocean views and a sea breeze, your holiday will be complete.