Cape Town Beaches & Pools

Cape Town is renowned for the world-famous landmark Table Mountain, its vast winelands and exquisite coastline. Show on Map

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Surf Off the Wall

Where? Mouille Point
Off the Wall refers to the quality as well as the venue of surf with this take-off zone just East of the Mouille Point lighthouse. Surfers clamber over rockpools to reach this city reef break right where the ...

Observatory Swimming Pool

Where? Observatory
Cape Town summers are hot, dry and sunny - perfect for school holidays and family vacations spent at the side of the swimming pool. In the heart of the city is the vibrant suburb of Observatory, where ...

Diaz Beach

Where? Cape Point
Diaz Beach is found at Cape Point and is a secluded, magnificent and very romantic beach. You will need to be relatively fit in order to get there as the walk takes at least 20 minutes to get down to the beach ...

Musselling

Where? Scarborough
For those of you that enjoy shell fish, musselling at Scarborough (or anywhere else for that matter) is such great fun. You will need to make sure you have the relevant Provincial license and then check the ...

Grotto Beach

Where? Hermanus
A Blue Flag Beach (2013), Grotto beach is a local beach in Hermanus that offers excellent facilities in the form of a restaurant play park and well maintained ablution facilities. The beach is excellent for ...

Clifton Beaches

Where? Clifton
Hiding from the visibility of the coastal road and vicinity of the wind, Clifton is a secluded collection of four beaches naturally divided by boulders and rocks. Taking a stroll across all beaches is easily ...

Muizenberg Beach

Where? Muizenberg
Stop any Cape local with a wetsuit tan, the give-away sun bleached hair and a broad pair of paddling shoulders and ask them 'Excuse me where did you learn how to surf?' and you can bet your favourite flippers ...

Boulders Beach

Where? Simons Town
Enjoy a day lazing at Boulders Beach and see the world famous penguin colony. Take a dip in the warmer waters of the Indian Ocean and find yourself swimming with the Penguins. Just remember this area is a ...

Rooi Els Beach

Where? Rooi Els
5km from Pringle Bay next to Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, Rooi Els Beach is a popular beach with holiday makers, it is relatively secluded and sheltered which makes it a popular swimming spot. Swimming is ...

A Stroll in Kalk Bay Harbour

Where? Kalk Bay
A family favourite for a lovely sunny afternoon is a nice stroll along Kalk Bay Harbour. Especially for young kids, it is a place where there is always something interesting and exciting to see. Watch their ...

Bettys Bay Beach

Where? Bettys Bay
A visit to the lovely 4 km long beach at Betty's Bay is really not optional ... even if its just to go for a long leisurely walk on the soft white sand. It's a wonderful beach for young and old, not ...

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