Cape Town Beaches & Pools

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

Destinations in Cape Town

Pictured:

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 ...

Beta Beach

Where? Bakoven
This tiny, secluded beach, next door to Oudekraal beach, is made up predominantly of course beach sand and giant boulders. It lies in the heart of the Atlantic Seaboard's Bakoven with some of the most enviable ...

Camps Bay Beach

Where? Camps Bay
Camps Bay Beach is the camp ground of sun tanners and sundowners capturing a clear ocean between Lions Head and Table Mountain. Cafes, bars and restaurants stand mountain side of the beach drive while sand, ...

Suiderstrand Beach

Where? L'Agulhas
Suiderstrand – literally meaning Southern Beach (translated from Afrikaans) is completely surrounded by the Agulhas National Park, which as you can well imagine means that it is stunning. The area is ...

Sandy Bay Beach

Where? Near Llandudno
Wedged in the valley of the Twelve Apostles Mountain range naughties and naturalists go nude and free at Sandy Bay Beach. Situated just south of Llandudno and shielded from sight by Hout Bay sand dunes ...

Pringle Bay Beach

Where? Pringle Bay
Pringle Bay’s stunningly beautiful main swimming beach is approximately 2 kilometers long and only 100m - less than 3 minutes walk from Dreams. The beautiful white sandy beach is surrounded by sand dunes on ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Strand Beach

Where? Strand
Strand Beach is an ideal beach set at the foot of the Hottentots Holland Mountains on the Eastern Edge of False Bay. The Strands beautiful white sand stretches along 5 kilometres and makes this a fantastic ...

Filter results for things to do in Cape Town

SA-Venues.com has been assisting travellers with their South Africa travel plans since 1999, and is the largest online travel guide for South Africa available in both English and German.

SA-Venues.com © 1999-2017. All Rights Reserved. Find and book hotels and accommodation in South Africa. Sitemap