Lüderitz is a coastal town in south western Namibia. It is known for its German colonial buildings, including the art nouveau Goerke Haus, built into the rock face on Diamond Hill. Nearby, Felsenkirche is a hilltop church with panoramic bay views stretching around to Robert Harbour. The Lüderitz Museum has displays about the town’s diamond-mining past as well as local and natural history.
We visited the lovely town of Ludertiz. A visit to Kolmanskop, a ghost town in the Namib in southern Namibia, 10km inland from Lüderitz, is a must! The houses are all deserted and filled with sand from the strong winds that blow through the town. It is a popular tourist destination due to the many photographs taken over the years.