Situated in an indigenous coastal fynbos belt with mountain and sea on either side, Betty's Bay is a geographical wonder.
The climate is generally warm and temperate with an average high of approximately 20°C in the summer and an average low of about 12°C in the winter. The hottest month is February and the coldest is July.
Betty's Bay receives quite a lot of rainfall throughout the year, although summers are drier and winter receives most of the rainfall. June receives about 96mm of rain on average. The tiny hamlet is well-known for its heavy winds, which is often a delight to kite surfers heading down to the beach.
The weather is fortunately temperate because the multitude of outdoor activities makes weather an important factor when visiting the charming village.