Cape Town Beaches & Pools

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Steenbras Gorge

Where? Gordons Bay
The Steenbras Gorge is a quick 45 minute drive from Cape Town and makes for a perfect day away. You will need to walk the Steenbras River Trail, which is a 90 minute meander up the gorge through fynbos ...

Silver Sands Beach

Where? Bettys Bay
Looking for a beach that is dog friendly (providing they are on their leads) and is a perfect spot for a picnic with the family? Silver Sands Beachis situated West of Stoney Point penguin colony in Betty’s Bay ...

Waters Edge Beach

Where? Simonstown
This off the beaten track beach is one of the local secrets. Head off in a southerly direction from Southforth beach, Simonstown (i.e. veer right when the grassy verge behind the restaurant is in front of ...

Langbaai Beach

Where? Hermanus
If you are looking for a less hectic beach experience with fewer bodies sharing your space, Langbaai in Hermanus is a good option. Langbaai Beach, which is located between two rocky outcrops, and has ...

Klipgat Caves

Where? Gansbaai
Gansbaai in the Western Cape is not only popular as a shark cage diving destination; it is also home to the historically relevant Klipgat Caves. These caves were once home to ancient humankind. In fact, ...

The Baths

Where? Citrusdal
Spend the day at The Baths in Citrusdal and get a taste of how things were done in yesteryear! This hot water spring was established in 1739 and boasts two swimming pools; one hot and one cold as well as ...

Fishermans Beach

Where? Simons Town
You will find the sandy shores of Fishermans Beach between the Simon’s Town Golf Course and the very well known Boulder’s Beach, which is home to many penguins and is extrememly popular with locals and ...

Elands Bay Beach

Where? Elands Bay
Elands Bay is only a two hour drive from Cape Town, but it is a wonderful spot and a must visit if you’re a keen surfer. The beach is fondly known as e-bay (if you’re a surfer we’re sure you would’ve heard ...

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 ...

Arniston Beach

Where? Arniston
At the Arniston Beach you can relax and take a step back in time. The soft white sand is contrasted by the rugged rocks of the coastline. Spend your morning watching the fisherman taking their boats out to ...

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 ...

Dolphin Beach

Where? Table View
Located just 20 minutes from the city centre and en route to the Cape West Coast you will find this beach easily. Dolphin beach is a hive of activity as it has perfect conditions for wind and kite surfing, but ...

Melkbos Beach

Where? Melkbosstrand
As you head into the Cape West Coast the first beach you’ll find yourself at is Melkbos Beach, it is only just past the suburbs of Table View and West Beach. Because of its close proximity to Cape Town you ...

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 ...

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