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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Glencairn Beach

Where? Glencairn
If you’re heading out to Simons Town on the train why not stop off at Glencairn and spend a few hours at the beach? This fantastic little spot is popular with locals who enjoy taking their dogs for walks or ...

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 ...

1st Sunday of the Month Swim

Where? Clifton
Brave the icy water of the Atlantic Ocean and join in the monthly timed open water swim at Clifton from 4th beach to 1st beach and back. The montly swim began in 2006 with only 5 swimmers it has grown to ...

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 ...

Stompneusbaai

Where? St Helena Bay
Stompneusbaai, named after the type of fish abundant in these waters is a little bay between Shelley Point and St Helena Bay. There are a lot of fish processing factories in the area and the crayfish ...

Agulhas Beach

Where? L'Agulhas
Frolic in the shallow waves where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet or better yet see what sea creatures you can identify in the abundant rock pools, but remember to treat the creatures with kindness (this ...

Trafalgar Swimming Pool

Where? Woodstock
The Trafalgar Swimming Pool is one of the biggest public pools in Cape Town and it is conveniently situated in the heart of Woodstock. This suburb is known for its eclectic mix of people, places, colours, and ...

Big Bay Beach

Where? Big Bay
Big Bay Beach and its contemporary, Little Bay, are the two beaches of Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. These beaches are divided by a rocky point. This area is famous for its awesome surfing, kite-surfing and ...

Muizenberg Swimming Pool

Where? Muizenberg
The Cape Town suburb of Muizenberg is known for its excellent beach with great swimming, surfing, SUP-ing and kite-surfing opportunities. However, the Muizenberg Swimming Pool is also a fantastic option for ...

Avalon Spring Day Visits

Where? Montagu
Avalon Springs remains one of the area’s most popular attractions, and it comes as no surprise. Montagu, in the Western Cape, is a fabulous region of natural diversity and abundance. The hot springs and picnic ...

Three Anchor Bay Beach

Where? Three Anchor Bay
Its a tiny beach! Really small and mostly used by locals who use the beach to launch their motor boats and sea kayaks. They paddle out to sea from here and kayak all the way to Clifton. Three Anchor Bay ...

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