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Top-rated holiday rentals in Aldinga Beach

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Sunset apartment
Our comfortable, fully self contained ground floor apartment has fabulous sea and sunset views and is in the heart of Aldinga Beach. Be active with a paved coastal track out the front or just relax, recharge and enjoy the seaside ambience within our lovely space and surroundings. You can walk to the renowned Star of Greece, other great restaurants, a brewery and a wine bar. You’ll love being within easy reach of over 80 cellar doors, stunning beaches, Mclaren Vale, Moana and Willunga markets.
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Guest suite in Aldinga
Fleurieu Eco Escape; stylish, cosy and non-smoking
Feel your stresses melting away as you arrive into our unique non smoking Eco village. As soon as you arrive at your Fleurieu Eco Escape, build using Passive Solar principals, you will start to smile and relax. The big super comfortable bed and seating will delight. Lots of thoughtful extras will make your life easier and your stay better; you’ll love our breakfast provisions. Wander though our village, marvelling at the many different styles of houses and gardens and listen to the birdsong.
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Sanbis Cabin~hidden boutique retreat, sea views
Welcome to Sanbis Cabin! Perfect for couples, friends and families our cute and cosy beachside retreat is perched on a private access esplanade road overlooking the Aldinga Conservation Park with stunning sea views. Two bedrooms feature super comfy queen beds, brand new bathroom and kitchen, wifi, Netflix, pool, sunsets and more! Everything you need for a relaxing, luxury getaway just metres from famous drive-on Aldinga Beach and Pearl Restaurant.

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Stay near Aldinga Beach's top sights

Aldinga Central Shopping Centre18 locals recommend
JIMMIES TAKEAWAY & PIZZA14 locals recommend
Breeze Cafe & Bar15 locals recommend
Aldinga Beach - Drive on Beach3 locals recommend
Coles Aldinga Beach6 locals recommend
Aldinga Bay Cafe29 locals recommend

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Kestrels Nest - a luxurious couples retreat
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Coach Light Cabin "Tiny House" Vineyard Retreat
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Seatovines Casa Southbeach
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"Twin Dolphin Cottage - a haven by the sea"
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Retro Eco Beach Shack
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Upmarket Beachfront Studio Apt, Bfast, Sea & Vines
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ReTrO Beach Shack, Wi-Fi, 75" TV, Arcade Machine
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"Southport Sanctuary" an experience to remember.
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Green Gables by the Sea
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Townhouse in Port Willunga
Great for families/friends - walk to the beach
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The Lodge at Papershell

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Aldinga Beach

Total rentals

210 properties

Rentals with a pool

10 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

50 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

180 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

8.2K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$31 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Aldinga Beach

Welcome to Aldinga Beach

The Fleurieu Peninsula, just 40 minutes south of Adelaide, is best known for its standout vineyards, most notably McLaren Vale, the birthplace of South Australian wine. But it’s also a place of untamed beauty, where sand dunes tumble to crashing waves, and native bushland clings to sheer cliffs. Welcome to Aldinga, among the few Australian beaches where cars are permitted on sections of the sand. The long and broad expanse delivers stellar surf as well as calm water for swimming and paddleboarding.

Dust off your feet, and within minutes you’ll be in the Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park, its network of hiking trails leading you over dunes and to lookouts where you’ll likely spot bottlenose dolphins, Australian sea lions, fur seals, and maybe even little penguins — the smallest and likely cutest of their kind in the world. Then cast your gaze north to glimpse the 160-plus species of birds that call this important coastal habitat home. This is nature writ large.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Aldinga Beach

This part of South Australia is blissfully balmy over the summer months, which is why it’s so popular at this time of year — you have near-endless avenues to cool off in the ocean. Vehicles are permitted on sections of the sand over the warmer months, but not from May through September, which happens to be prime whale-spotting season; head to lookouts to glimpse migrating humpback and southern right whales, which retreat here for weeks on end. If you’re hiking or cycling, these cooler months are also ideal. Avid vintners hoping to gain insights into winemaking will want to visit during McLaren Vale’s grape harvest, which kicks off in February and runs through May.


Top things to do in Aldinga Beach

Willunga Farmers Market

The first of its kind in the state, the Willunga Farmers Market is a lively affair attracting almost 200 stallholders and thousands of visitors every Saturday morning. Come here to sample South Australia’s finest produce, from wines and organic vegetables to free-range meats, cheeses, and artisanal condiments; the local McLaren Vale olives are particularly popular.

McLaren Vale

Sandwiched by the dramatic Mount Lofty Ranges and Gulf St Vincent, this dreamy patch of countryside is home to more than 80 cellar doors, many with attached restaurants where you can linger to appreciate the state’s flavours. When it comes to varietals, Shiraz, Grenache, and Cabernet are regional standouts.

Snorkelling

Aldinga is the gateway to an immense aquatic reserve protecting a rare intertidal reef just 1.5 kilometres (one mile) offshore. Strap on your mask and fins to dive or snorkel around a spectacular underwater cliff, replete with rock pinnacles extending from the seafloor to just below the surface where you might spot sea lions, turtles, and other marine life.

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