The Bluff is Durban's most prominent natural landmark. An impressive headland forming the southern quayside of the port, the Bluff comprises several suburbs and one of the city's best-kept secrets - the finest bathing, surfing and fishing beaches in the area. Other attractions are the golf course and yacht club. The Bluff is thus a popular holiday spot for those in the know. It is also popular with business executives as the Bluff is close to Durban International Airport and the city's southern industrial hub of Prospecton, Jacobs and Mobeni. Whatever your reasons going there, the Bluff offers an abundance of comfortable accommodation. This ranges from hospitable B&B guesthouses and lodges to well-appointed self-catering units. Much of the Bluff accommodation overlooks the Indian Ocean a short walk away. Dolphins frolic year-round close to shore and whales are often spotted in the winter months. The Bluff also forms the gateway to the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal Province with its many seaside resorts and other attractions.