Pearly Beach is a village in Overberg District Municipality in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. Not far from Pearly Beach is Dyers Island, a breeding colony for jackass penguins. Not far from Dyers Island is Geyser Island, a breeding ground for seals. As the area around these Islands teems with an abundance of sea life, it has become a notorious feeding ground for the Great White shark which frequents its waters in large numbers. Dyers Island is named after Samson Dyer, an American who came to the Cape in 1806, and who lived on Dyers Island where he collected guano for fertilizer.
The village lazes partly obscured between heather covered dunes which undulate for kilometers above a magnificent shoreline. Its caravan park, shaded by ancient milkwood trees, is completely sheltered. Vast sandy stretches offer good angling sports. In season perlemoen (abalone) and crayfish diving is a popular sport. Swimming in the aquamarine sea or lazing on the dazzing, pearly beach is so enjoyable that visitors return year after year.