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Perfectly positioned on a pristine white beach, Whale Watchers Self-catering Apartments offer you lovely accommodation at Surfer’s Corner, right on the Muizenberg beachfront – the place to be!



Perfectly positioned on a pristine white beach, Whale Watchers Self-catering Apartments offer you lovely accommodation at Surfer’s Corner, right on the Muizenberg beachfront – the place to be!



Muizenberg is the place to be in Cape Town, with a 30km long gently sloping white beach and Surfer’s Corner – the mecca of surfing culture in Cape Town. The recently redeveloped beachfront is a buzzing array of surf shops (offering lessons and board hire), restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, children’s playgrounds, a mini-golf course, water slides, outdoor gym and many other interesting attractions.



Popular tourist attractions along the False Bay coastline, include:



St James beach with tidal pool [1 km]

Seaside boardwalk to Muizenberg [200 metres]

Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg Beach, voted as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns in a recent National Geographic survey [50 metres]

Fish Hoek, with the most popular family beach in Cape Town

affordable world-class restaurants and golf courses

the Constantia Wine Route, with the oldest Wine Estates in the Cape

world-renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive

land based whale watching and whale spotting boat trips (Aug – Nov)

Boulder’s Beach, with its African Penguin colony

historic Simon’s Town, the home of the South African Navy

Kalk Bay, a quaint fishing village with an abundance of seafood restaurants

Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site

Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site

historic sites and museums galore

exceptionally warm and friendly locals



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Muizenburg Accomodation - Beach Loft - from R765 Per Night Sleeps 2

Perfectly positioned on a pristine white beach, Whale Watchers Self-catering Apartments offer you lovely accommodation at Surfer’s Corner, right on the Muizenberg beachfront – the place to be!



Perfectly positioned on a pristine white beach, Whale Watchers Self-catering Apartments offer you lovely accommodation at Surfer’s Corner, right on the Muizenberg beachfront – the place to be!



Muizenberg is the place to be in Cape Town, with a 30km long gently sloping white beach and Surfer’s Corner – the mecca of surfing culture in Cape Town. The recently redeveloped beachfront is a buzzing array of surf shops (offering lessons and board hire), restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, children’s playgrounds, a mini-golf course, water slides, outdoor gym and many other interesting attractions.



Popular tourist attractions along the False Bay coastline, include:



St James beach with tidal pool [1 km]

Seaside boardwalk to Muizenberg [200 metres]

Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg Beach, voted as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns in a recent National Geographic survey [50 metres]

Fish Hoek, with the most popular family beach in Cape Town

affordable world-class restaurants and golf courses

the Constantia Wine Route, with the oldest Wine Estates in the Cape

world-renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive

land based whale watching and whale spotting boat trips (Aug – Nov)

Boulder’s Beach, with its African Penguin colony

historic Simon’s Town, the home of the South African Navy

Kalk Bay, a quaint fishing village with an abundance of seafood restaurants

Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site

Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site

historic sites and museums galore

exceptionally warm and friendly locals



Vendor : Whalewatchers Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

82 High Way, Fish Hoek, Western Cape, South Africa

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Located on the top floor of the Empire building, this 3-bedroom penthouse has panoramic sea views from three private balconies, a lounge and 8-seater dining room table. A fully-equipped kitchen features a dishwasher and washing machine and there are 3 bathrooms – 2 ensuite.

A sleeper couch is available in the lounge, suitable for 2 children with a surcharge applying.

Free uncapped wi fi is available, as well as all satellite TV channels.

Muizenberg is the place to be in Cape Town, with a 30km long gently sloping white beach and Surfer’s Corner – the mecca of surfing culture in Cape Town. The recently redeveloped beachfront is a buzzing array of surf shops (offering lessons and board hire), restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, children’s playgrounds, a mini-golf course, water slides, outdoor gym and many other interesting attractions.

Popular tourist attractions along the False Bay coastline, include:

St James beach with tidal pool [1 km]
Seaside boardwalk to Muizenberg [200 metres]
Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg Beach, voted as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns in a recent National Geographic survey [50 metres]
Fish Hoek, with the most popular family beach in Cape Town
affordable world-class restaurants and golf courses
the Constantia Wine Route, with the oldest Wine Estates in the Cape
world-renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive
land based whale watching and whale spotting boat trips (Aug – Nov)
Boulder’s Beach, with its African Penguin colony
historic Simon’s Town, the home of the South African Navy
Kalk Bay, a quaint fishing village with an abundance of seafood restaurants
Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site
Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site
historic sites and museums galore
exceptionally warm and friendly locals
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Muizenburg Accomodation - BLUEBIRD PENTHOUSE - from R2380 Per Night, Sleeps 6

Located on the top floor of the Empire building, this 3-bedroom penthouse has panoramic sea views from three private balconies, a lounge and 8-seater dining room table. A fully-equipped kitchen features a dishwasher and washing machine and there are 3 bathrooms – 2 ensuite.

A sleeper couch is available in the lounge, suitable for 2 children with a surcharge applying.

Free uncapped wi fi is available, as well as all satellite TV channels.

Muizenberg is the place to be in Cape Town, with a 30km long gently sloping white beach and Surfer’s Corner – the mecca of surfing culture in Cape Town. The recently redeveloped beachfront is a buzzing array of surf shops (offering lessons and board hire), restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, children’s playgrounds, a mini-golf course, water slides, outdoor gym and many other interesting attractions.

Popular tourist attractions along the False Bay coastline, include:

St James beach with tidal pool [1 km]
Seaside boardwalk to Muizenberg [200 metres]
Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg Beach, voted as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns in a recent National Geographic survey [50 metres]
Fish Hoek, with the most popular family beach in Cape Town
affordable world-class restaurants and golf courses
the Constantia Wine Route, with the oldest Wine Estates in the Cape
world-renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive
land based whale watching and whale spotting boat trips (Aug – Nov)
Boulder’s Beach, with its African Penguin colony
historic Simon’s Town, the home of the South African Navy
Kalk Bay, a quaint fishing village with an abundance of seafood restaurants
Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site
Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site
historic sites and museums galore
exceptionally warm and friendly locals
Vendor : Whalewatchers Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

82 High Way, Fish Hoek, Western Cape, South Africa

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Small families will enjoy this north-facing, spacious 2 bedroom apartment, situated on the 1st floor and featuring a mountain view balcony, fully equipped kitchen and open plan living area. Guests are able to walk across the courtyard, directly onto the beach.

Also available as a one-bedroom apartment [with the 2nd bedroom closed off] at a reduced rate. Call us for details, see ‘Contact Us’ at the base of our website.

The recently redeveloped beachfront is a buzzing array of surf shops (offering lessons and board hire), restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, children’s playgrounds, a mini-golf course, outdoor gym, water slides and many other interesting attractions.

If you’re not one for the beach and prefer to cool off in an environment that is a little less sandy make sure to visit Muizenberg’s public pool facilities. There is a main pool for adults and several smaller ones for the kids to splash around in.

Popular tourist attractions along the False Bay coastline, include:

Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg Beach, voted as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns in a recent National Geographic survey [1 km]
Seaside boardwalk to Muizenberg [1 km]
St James beach with tidal pool [2 km]
Fish Hoek, with the most popular family beach in Cape Town
affordable world-class restaurants and golf courses
the Constantia Wine Route, with the oldest Wine Estates in the Cape
world-renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive
land based whale watching and whale spotting boat trips (Aug – Nov)
Boulder’s Beach, with its African Penguin colony
historic Simon’s Town, the home of the South African Navy
Kalk Bay, a quaint fishing village with an abundance of seafood restaurants
Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site
Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site
historic sites and museums galore
exceptionally warm and friendly locals
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Muizenburg Accomodation - The Waves - From R1335 Per Night Sleeps 4

Small families will enjoy this north-facing, spacious 2 bedroom apartment, situated on the 1st floor and featuring a mountain view balcony, fully equipped kitchen and open plan living area. Guests are able to walk across the courtyard, directly onto the beach.

Also available as a one-bedroom apartment [with the 2nd bedroom closed off] at a reduced rate. Call us for details, see ‘Contact Us’ at the base of our website.

The recently redeveloped beachfront is a buzzing array of surf shops (offering lessons and board hire), restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, children’s playgrounds, a mini-golf course, outdoor gym, water slides and many other interesting attractions.

If you’re not one for the beach and prefer to cool off in an environment that is a little less sandy make sure to visit Muizenberg’s public pool facilities. There is a main pool for adults and several smaller ones for the kids to splash around in.

Popular tourist attractions along the False Bay coastline, include:

Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg Beach, voted as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns in a recent National Geographic survey [1 km]
Seaside boardwalk to Muizenberg [1 km]
St James beach with tidal pool [2 km]
Fish Hoek, with the most popular family beach in Cape Town
affordable world-class restaurants and golf courses
the Constantia Wine Route, with the oldest Wine Estates in the Cape
world-renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive
land based whale watching and whale spotting boat trips (Aug – Nov)
Boulder’s Beach, with its African Penguin colony
historic Simon’s Town, the home of the South African Navy
Kalk Bay, a quaint fishing village with an abundance of seafood restaurants
Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site
Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site
historic sites and museums galore
exceptionally warm and friendly locals
Vendor : Whalewatchers Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

82 High Way, Fish Hoek, Western Cape, South Africa

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This romantic, brightly decorated apartment has a balcony overlooking Fish Hoek Beach with hammock, sea and mountain views. Private barbecue facility is also available. It is just 400 metres from Table Mountain National Park, and a 7-minute walk to the beach. It includes a living room, dining counter and a modern, fully equipped kitchenette.

Free wi fi is also available.

Fish Hoek beach is the ideal family beach, with tame tides, small surf, warm waters, a playground, plenty parking, restaurants and cafes and the country’s top life saving club. There is also a strip of grass alongside the beach for picnics, and a small field which is used for casual soccer and touch rugby games over the weekend. Rock pools and tidal pools are dotted along the southern most side of the beach closest to the restaurants.

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Fish Hoek Properties - STUDIO APARTMENT - From R765 Per Night Sleeps 2

This romantic, brightly decorated apartment has a balcony overlooking Fish Hoek Beach with hammock, sea and mountain views. Private barbecue facility is also available. It is just 400 metres from Table Mountain National Park, and a 7-minute walk to the beach. It includes a living room, dining counter and a modern, fully equipped kitchenette.

Free wi fi is also available.

Fish Hoek beach is the ideal family beach, with tame tides, small surf, warm waters, a playground, plenty parking, restaurants and cafes and the country’s top life saving club. There is also a strip of grass alongside the beach for picnics, and a small field which is used for casual soccer and touch rugby games over the weekend. Rock pools and tidal pools are dotted along the southern most side of the beach closest to the restaurants.

Vendor : Whalewatchers Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

82 High Way, Fish Hoek, Western Cape, South Africa

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Our two-bedroom penthouse is wheelchair friendly with a large balcony overlooking Fish Hoek Beach with hammock, barbeque and panoramic sea and mountain views.

It is just 400 metres from Table Mountain National Park, and a 10-minute walk to the beach. It includes a spacious living room with dining table and a modern, fully equipped kitchen.

A sleeper couch in the lounge is available for 2 children, with a surcharge applying.

Free wi fi and onsite parking is available.

Also available as a one-bedroom apartment [with the 2nd bedroom closed off] at a reduced rate. Call us for details, see ‘Contact Us’ at the base of our website.

Fish Hoek beach is the ideal family beach, with tame tides, small surf, warm waters, a playground, plenty parking, restaurants and cafes and the country’s top life saving club. There is also a strip of grass alongside the beach for picnics, and a small field which is used for casual soccer and touch rugby games over the weekend. Rock pools and tidal pools are dotted along the southern most side of the beach closest to the restaurants.
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Fish Hoek Properties - CROW’S NEST PENTHOUSE - From R1565 Per Night Sleeps 4

Our two-bedroom penthouse is wheelchair friendly with a large balcony overlooking Fish Hoek Beach with hammock, barbeque and panoramic sea and mountain views.

It is just 400 metres from Table Mountain National Park, and a 10-minute walk to the beach. It includes a spacious living room with dining table and a modern, fully equipped kitchen.

A sleeper couch in the lounge is available for 2 children, with a surcharge applying.

Free wi fi and onsite parking is available.

Also available as a one-bedroom apartment [with the 2nd bedroom closed off] at a reduced rate. Call us for details, see ‘Contact Us’ at the base of our website.

Fish Hoek beach is the ideal family beach, with tame tides, small surf, warm waters, a playground, plenty parking, restaurants and cafes and the country’s top life saving club. There is also a strip of grass alongside the beach for picnics, and a small field which is used for casual soccer and touch rugby games over the weekend. Rock pools and tidal pools are dotted along the southern most side of the beach closest to the restaurants.
Vendor : Whalewatchers Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

82 High Way, Fish Hoek, Western Cape, South Africa

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Offering direct access to a garden, this brightly decorated apartment has a balcony overlooking Fish Hoek Beach with hammock, barbeque and sea and mountain views. It is just 400 metres from Table Mountain National Park, and a 7-minute walk to the beach. It includes a living room, dining counter and a modern, fully equipped kitchen.

Free wi fi is available.

Also available as a one-bedroom apartment [with the 2nd bedroom closed off] at a reduced rate. Call us for details, see ‘Contact Us’ at the base of our website.

Fish Hoek beach is the ideal family beach, with tame tides, small surf, warm waters, a playground, plenty parking, restaurants and cafes and the country’s top life saving club. There is also a strip of grass alongside the beach for picnics, and a small field which is used for casual soccer and touch rugby games over the weekend. Rock pools and tidal pools are dotted along the southern most side of the beach closest to the restaurants.

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Fish Hoek Properties - Garden Apartment - From R1360 Per Night Sleeps 4

Offering direct access to a garden, this brightly decorated apartment has a balcony overlooking Fish Hoek Beach with hammock, barbeque and sea and mountain views. It is just 400 metres from Table Mountain National Park, and a 7-minute walk to the beach. It includes a living room, dining counter and a modern, fully equipped kitchen.

Free wi fi is available.

Also available as a one-bedroom apartment [with the 2nd bedroom closed off] at a reduced rate. Call us for details, see ‘Contact Us’ at the base of our website.

Fish Hoek beach is the ideal family beach, with tame tides, small surf, warm waters, a playground, plenty parking, restaurants and cafes and the country’s top life saving club. There is also a strip of grass alongside the beach for picnics, and a small field which is used for casual soccer and touch rugby games over the weekend. Rock pools and tidal pools are dotted along the southern most side of the beach closest to the restaurants.

Vendor : Whalewatchers Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

82 High Way, Fish Hoek, Western Cape, South Africa

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Perched on the mountainside, high above the sea, this two-bedroom apartment features panoramic sea and mountain views from the living room and enclosed balcony. The fully equipped kitchen includes a washing machine, oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster and coffee plunger.

Free wi fi and secure onsite parking is available.

Also available as a one-bedroom apartment [with the 2nd bedroom closed off] at a reduced rate. Call us for details, see ‘Contact Us’ at the base of our website.

Simon’s Town is a maritime naval town and home to the African Penguin colony at Boulders Beach.

Charming Simon’s Town is steeped in history and tradition, yet has many activities on offer from Boat Trips to Kayaking, beaches, museums, restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, golfing, fishing, and the very popular Scratch Patch.

Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town has become famous for its thriving colony of African Penguins. Elevated boardwalks to Foxy Beach provide excellent viewing opportunities for penguins and whales. Giant granite boulders protect the beach area – perfect for safe swimming and one of the best family beaches in the world.

Jubilee Square has a statue of Able Seaman Just Nuisance, a great dane dog that befriended the Royal Naval sailors during World War 2 and was buried with full military honours. He has become a Simon’s Town mascot.

Simon’s Town Waterfront:
This small and tasteful centre boasts an interesting variety of shops, art galleries, restaurants, and a hotel with conference facilities.

Simon’s Town Beaches:
Millers point is a family friendly recreational area, it has a children’s tidal pool, snorkeling, scuba diving and a boat launching slipway. Fisherman’s beach with its grassy slopes is a small secluded family beach in Murdoch valley.

Seaforth Beach is an ideal family setting, natural swimming bay and picnic lawn.

Boulders Beach – swim at this safe family beach with the African penguins. Foxy Beach is the main breeding colony of penguins. Long Beach is the walking, doing, playing beach of Simon’s Town.

Glencairn Beach for kitesurfers, windsurfers, paddlers, snorkelers and families love this beach. Great for a sneaky swim!

Simon’s Town Boat Trips:
Boats head off in various directions from the Simon’s Town jetty and cover harbour tours, whale watching, shark cage diving, pelagic birding, seal island and trips to Cape Point.

Seal Island, Simon’s Town:
Seal Island in False Bay is home to 74 000 Cape Fur Seals, 24 bird species and is a natural hunting ground of the Great White Shark, where you can do great white shark cage diving or viewing – leaving from Simon’s Town harbour.

Simon’s Town Museums:
There are 4 museums in Simon’s Town reflecting the local history.

Simon’s Town Golf Club, Simon’s Town:
Overlooks False Bay and offers you the experience of an uncrowded 9 hole golf course with unsurpassed sea and mountain views. Be careful to avoid any African penguins that may be cruising the fairways.

Mineral World & Scratch Patch:
Take a fascinating tour through a gemstone tumbling factory, scratch for your own gem stones at the scratch patch (a family favourite) and browse through the unusual jewellery and gift shop.

Simon’s Town Sea Kayaking, Simon’s Town:
Get close to the water in a stable sea kayak and visit the African penguins from the water.

Whale Watching, Simon’s Town:
Simons’ Town land based viewing of Southern Right Whales (also Humpbacks and Bryde’s whales) from June – November, or you can get up close and personal on a whale watching boat trip.

Deep Sea Fishing, Simon’s Town:
Big game fishing (including various tuna species) and inshore game and reef fishing for yellowtail or snoek. Fishing charters operate out of Simon’s Town harbour in False Bay.

Popular tourist attractions along the False Bay coastline, include:

Fish Hoek beach, the most popular family beach in Cape Town
Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg Beach, voted as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns in a recent National Geographic survey [3km]
St James beach with tidal pool [2 km]
Seaside boardwalk between Muizenberg and Kalk Bay
affordable world-class restaurants and golf courses
the Constantia Wine Route, with the oldest Wine Estates in the Cape
world-renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive
land based whale watching and whale spotting boat trips (Aug – Nov)
Boulder’s Beach, with its African Penguin colony
historic Simon’s Town, the home of the South African Navy
Kalk Bay, a quaint fishing village with an abundance of seafood restaurants
Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site
Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site
historic sites and museums galore
exceptionally warm and friendly locals
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Simons Town Properties - Bay Views - From R1335 Per Night Sleeps 4

Perched on the mountainside, high above the sea, this two-bedroom apartment features panoramic sea and mountain views from the living room and enclosed balcony. The fully equipped kitchen includes a washing machine, oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster and coffee plunger.

Free wi fi and secure onsite parking is available.

Also available as a one-bedroom apartment [with the 2nd bedroom closed off] at a reduced rate. Call us for details, see ‘Contact Us’ at the base of our website.

Simon’s Town is a maritime naval town and home to the African Penguin colony at Boulders Beach.

Charming Simon’s Town is steeped in history and tradition, yet has many activities on offer from Boat Trips to Kayaking, beaches, museums, restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, golfing, fishing, and the very popular Scratch Patch.

Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town has become famous for its thriving colony of African Penguins. Elevated boardwalks to Foxy Beach provide excellent viewing opportunities for penguins and whales. Giant granite boulders protect the beach area – perfect for safe swimming and one of the best family beaches in the world.

Jubilee Square has a statue of Able Seaman Just Nuisance, a great dane dog that befriended the Royal Naval sailors during World War 2 and was buried with full military honours. He has become a Simon’s Town mascot.

Simon’s Town Waterfront:
This small and tasteful centre boasts an interesting variety of shops, art galleries, restaurants, and a hotel with conference facilities.

Simon’s Town Beaches:
Millers point is a family friendly recreational area, it has a children’s tidal pool, snorkeling, scuba diving and a boat launching slipway. Fisherman’s beach with its grassy slopes is a small secluded family beach in Murdoch valley.

Seaforth Beach is an ideal family setting, natural swimming bay and picnic lawn.

Boulders Beach – swim at this safe family beach with the African penguins. Foxy Beach is the main breeding colony of penguins. Long Beach is the walking, doing, playing beach of Simon’s Town.

Glencairn Beach for kitesurfers, windsurfers, paddlers, snorkelers and families love this beach. Great for a sneaky swim!

Simon’s Town Boat Trips:
Boats head off in various directions from the Simon’s Town jetty and cover harbour tours, whale watching, shark cage diving, pelagic birding, seal island and trips to Cape Point.

Seal Island, Simon’s Town:
Seal Island in False Bay is home to 74 000 Cape Fur Seals, 24 bird species and is a natural hunting ground of the Great White Shark, where you can do great white shark cage diving or viewing – leaving from Simon’s Town harbour.

Simon’s Town Museums:
There are 4 museums in Simon’s Town reflecting the local history.

Simon’s Town Golf Club, Simon’s Town:
Overlooks False Bay and offers you the experience of an uncrowded 9 hole golf course with unsurpassed sea and mountain views. Be careful to avoid any African penguins that may be cruising the fairways.

Mineral World & Scratch Patch:
Take a fascinating tour through a gemstone tumbling factory, scratch for your own gem stones at the scratch patch (a family favourite) and browse through the unusual jewellery and gift shop.

Simon’s Town Sea Kayaking, Simon’s Town:
Get close to the water in a stable sea kayak and visit the African penguins from the water.

Whale Watching, Simon’s Town:
Simons’ Town land based viewing of Southern Right Whales (also Humpbacks and Bryde’s whales) from June – November, or you can get up close and personal on a whale watching boat trip.

Deep Sea Fishing, Simon’s Town:
Big game fishing (including various tuna species) and inshore game and reef fishing for yellowtail or snoek. Fishing charters operate out of Simon’s Town harbour in False Bay.

Popular tourist attractions along the False Bay coastline, include:

Fish Hoek beach, the most popular family beach in Cape Town
Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg Beach, voted as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns in a recent National Geographic survey [3km]
St James beach with tidal pool [2 km]
Seaside boardwalk between Muizenberg and Kalk Bay
affordable world-class restaurants and golf courses
the Constantia Wine Route, with the oldest Wine Estates in the Cape
world-renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive
land based whale watching and whale spotting boat trips (Aug – Nov)
Boulder’s Beach, with its African Penguin colony
historic Simon’s Town, the home of the South African Navy
Kalk Bay, a quaint fishing village with an abundance of seafood restaurants
Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site
Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site
historic sites and museums galore
exceptionally warm and friendly locals
Vendor : Whalewatchers Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

82 High Way, Fish Hoek, Western Cape, South Africa

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This studio apartment boasts panoramic sea and mountain views from the living room, bedroom and BBQ balcony. The fully-equipped kitchenette includes gas hob, small oven, microwave, kettle, toaster and coffee plunger.

Free wi fi is also available, as well as free onsite parking.

Simon’s Town is a maritime naval town and home to the African Penguin colony at Boulders Beach.

Charming Simon’s Town is steeped in history and tradition, yet has many activities on offer from Boat Trips to Kayaking, beaches, museums, restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, golfing, fishing, and the very popular Scratch Patch.

Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town has become famous for its thriving colony of African Penguins. Elevated boardwalks to Foxy Beach provide excellent viewing opportunities for penguins and whales. Giant granite boulders protect the beach area – perfect for safe swimming and one of the best family beaches in the world.

Jubilee Square has a statue of Able Seaman Just Nuisance, a great dane dog that befriended the Royal Naval sailors during World War 2 and was buried with full military honours. He has become a Simon’s Town mascot.

Simon’s Town Waterfront:
This small and tasteful centre boasts an interesting variety of shops, art galleries, restaurants, and a hotel with conference facilities.

Simon’s Town Beaches:
Millers point is a family friendly recreational area, it has a children’s tidal pool, snorkeling, scuba diving and a boat launching slipway. Fisherman’s beach with its grassy slopes is a small secluded family beach in Murdoch valley.

Seaforth Beach is an ideal family setting, natural swimming bay and picnic lawn.

Boulders Beach – swim at this safe family beach with the African penguins. Foxy Beach is the main breeding colony of penguins. Long Beach is the walking, doing, playing beach of Simon’s Town.

Glencairn Beach for kitesurfers, windsurfers, paddlers, snorkelers and families love this beach. Great for a sneaky swim!

Simon’s Town Boat Trips:
Boats head off in various directions from the Simon’s Town jetty and cover harbour tours, whale watching, shark cage diving, pelagic birding, seal island and trips to Cape Point.

Seal Island, Simon’s Town:
Seal Island in False Bay is home to 74 000 Cape Fur Seals, 24 bird species and is a natural hunting ground of the Great White Shark, where you can do great white shark cage diving or viewing – leaving from Simon’s Town harbour.

Simon’s Town Museums:
There are 4 museums in Simon’s Town reflecting the local history.

Simon’s Town Golf Club, Simon’s Town:
Overlooks False Bay and offers you the experience of an uncrowded 9 hole golf course with unsurpassed sea and mountain views. Be careful to avoid any African penguins that may be cruising the fairways.

Mineral World & Scratch Patch:
Take a fascinating tour through a gemstone tumbling factory, scratch for your own gem stones at the scratch patch (a family favourite) and browse through the unusual jewellery and gift shop.

Simon’s Town Sea Kayaking, Simon’s Town:
Get close to the water in a stable sea kayak and visit the African penguins from the water.

Whale Watching, Simon’s Town:
Simons’ Town land based viewing of Southern Right Whales (also Humpbacks and Bryde’s whales) from June – November, or you can get up close and personal on a whale watching boat trip.

Deep Sea Fishing, Simon’s Town:
Big game fishing (including various tuna species) and inshore game and reef fishing for yellowtail or snoek. Fishing charters operate out of Simon’s Town harbour in False Bay.

Popular tourist attractions along the False Bay coastline, include:

Fish Hoek beach, the most popular family beach in Cape Town
Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg Beach, voted as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns in a recent National Geographic survey [3km]
St James beach with tidal pool [2 km]
Seaside boardwalk between Muizenberg and Kalk Bay
affordable world-class restaurants and golf courses
the Constantia Wine Route, with the oldest Wine Estates in the Cape
world-renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive
land based whale watching and whale spotting boat trips (Aug – Nov)
Boulder’s Beach, with its African Penguin colony
historic Simon’s Town, the home of the South African Navy
Kalk Bay, a quaint fishing village with an abundance of seafood restaurants
Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site
Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site
historic sites and museums galore
exceptionally warm and friendly locals
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Simons Town Properties - ROUGE ON REDHILL - From R725 Per Night Sleeps 2

This studio apartment boasts panoramic sea and mountain views from the living room, bedroom and BBQ balcony. The fully-equipped kitchenette includes gas hob, small oven, microwave, kettle, toaster and coffee plunger.

Free wi fi is also available, as well as free onsite parking.

Simon’s Town is a maritime naval town and home to the African Penguin colony at Boulders Beach.

Charming Simon’s Town is steeped in history and tradition, yet has many activities on offer from Boat Trips to Kayaking, beaches, museums, restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, golfing, fishing, and the very popular Scratch Patch.

Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town has become famous for its thriving colony of African Penguins. Elevated boardwalks to Foxy Beach provide excellent viewing opportunities for penguins and whales. Giant granite boulders protect the beach area – perfect for safe swimming and one of the best family beaches in the world.

Jubilee Square has a statue of Able Seaman Just Nuisance, a great dane dog that befriended the Royal Naval sailors during World War 2 and was buried with full military honours. He has become a Simon’s Town mascot.

Simon’s Town Waterfront:
This small and tasteful centre boasts an interesting variety of shops, art galleries, restaurants, and a hotel with conference facilities.

Simon’s Town Beaches:
Millers point is a family friendly recreational area, it has a children’s tidal pool, snorkeling, scuba diving and a boat launching slipway. Fisherman’s beach with its grassy slopes is a small secluded family beach in Murdoch valley.

Seaforth Beach is an ideal family setting, natural swimming bay and picnic lawn.

Boulders Beach – swim at this safe family beach with the African penguins. Foxy Beach is the main breeding colony of penguins. Long Beach is the walking, doing, playing beach of Simon’s Town.

Glencairn Beach for kitesurfers, windsurfers, paddlers, snorkelers and families love this beach. Great for a sneaky swim!

Simon’s Town Boat Trips:
Boats head off in various directions from the Simon’s Town jetty and cover harbour tours, whale watching, shark cage diving, pelagic birding, seal island and trips to Cape Point.

Seal Island, Simon’s Town:
Seal Island in False Bay is home to 74 000 Cape Fur Seals, 24 bird species and is a natural hunting ground of the Great White Shark, where you can do great white shark cage diving or viewing – leaving from Simon’s Town harbour.

Simon’s Town Museums:
There are 4 museums in Simon’s Town reflecting the local history.

Simon’s Town Golf Club, Simon’s Town:
Overlooks False Bay and offers you the experience of an uncrowded 9 hole golf course with unsurpassed sea and mountain views. Be careful to avoid any African penguins that may be cruising the fairways.

Mineral World & Scratch Patch:
Take a fascinating tour through a gemstone tumbling factory, scratch for your own gem stones at the scratch patch (a family favourite) and browse through the unusual jewellery and gift shop.

Simon’s Town Sea Kayaking, Simon’s Town:
Get close to the water in a stable sea kayak and visit the African penguins from the water.

Whale Watching, Simon’s Town:
Simons’ Town land based viewing of Southern Right Whales (also Humpbacks and Bryde’s whales) from June – November, or you can get up close and personal on a whale watching boat trip.

Deep Sea Fishing, Simon’s Town:
Big game fishing (including various tuna species) and inshore game and reef fishing for yellowtail or snoek. Fishing charters operate out of Simon’s Town harbour in False Bay.

Popular tourist attractions along the False Bay coastline, include:

Fish Hoek beach, the most popular family beach in Cape Town
Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg Beach, voted as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns in a recent National Geographic survey [3km]
St James beach with tidal pool [2 km]
Seaside boardwalk between Muizenberg and Kalk Bay
affordable world-class restaurants and golf courses
the Constantia Wine Route, with the oldest Wine Estates in the Cape
world-renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive
land based whale watching and whale spotting boat trips (Aug – Nov)
Boulder’s Beach, with its African Penguin colony
historic Simon’s Town, the home of the South African Navy
Kalk Bay, a quaint fishing village with an abundance of seafood restaurants
Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site
Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site
historic sites and museums galore
exceptionally warm and friendly locals
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The little seaside village of St James lies just past Muizenberg en route to Kalk Bay, set against the mountain with incredible sea views and one of the prettiest little beaches.

St James’ beach – of the colourful beach huts – also has a large tidal pool, is very popular with locals, and in summer holidays is packed with a variety of people and their children. This is largely because the beach is so well sheltered from the notorious winds of Cape Town, but also because it offers safe swimming and is conveniently close to the Simons Town train line.

The little seaside village of St James lies just past Muizenberg en route to Kalk Bay, set against the mountain with incredible sea views and one of the prettiest little beaches.

St James’ beach – of the colourful beach huts – also has a large tidal pool, is very popular with locals, and in summer holidays is packed with a variety of people and their children. This is largely because the beach is so well sheltered from the notorious winds of Cape Town, but also because it offers safe swimming and is conveniently close to the Simons Town train line.

The residential suburb, very close to Rhodes’ cottage, is much sought after and many of the homes date back to the time when the Cape was a colony of the Victorian empire. St James is named after the St James Roman Catholic Church, built in 1858 for the Filipino fishermen of Kalk Bay, just up the road.

Danger beach, the other little beach of St James, was used in the whaling industry during the early 1800s, as a place to haul carcasses. Kalk Bay is within walking distance and offers a further delightful ambling opportunity, through cobbled streets and a main road lined with an eclectic mix of antique and bookshops, restaurants, coffee bistros and clothing boutiques.

Boyes Drive, which runs up above St James, offers further magnificent views over False Bay and is a wonderful spot from which to spot whales in season.

Popular tourist attractions along the False Bay coastline, include:

St James beach with tidal pool [500 metres]
Seaside boardwalk to Muizenberg [100 metres]
Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg Beach, voted as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns in a recent National Geographic survey
Fish Hoek, with the most popular family beach in Cape Town
affordable world-class restaurants and golf courses
the Constantia Wine Route, with the oldest Wine Estates in the Cape
world-renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive
land based whale watching and whale spotting boat trips (Aug – Nov)
Boulder’s Beach, with its African Penguin colony
historic Simon’s Town, the home of the South African Navy
Kalk Bay, a quaint fishing village with an abundance of seafood restaurants
Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site
Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site
historic sites and museums galore
exceptionally warm and friendly locals
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The little seaside village of St James lies just past Muizenberg en route to Kalk Bay, set against the mountain with incredible sea views and one of the prettiest little beaches.

St James’ beach – of the colourful beach huts – also has a large tidal pool, is very popular with locals, and in summer holidays is packed with a variety of people and their children. This is largely because the beach is so well sheltered from the notorious winds of Cape Town, but also because it offers safe swimming and is conveniently close to the Simons Town train line.

The little seaside village of St James lies just past Muizenberg en route to Kalk Bay, set against the mountain with incredible sea views and one of the prettiest little beaches.

St James’ beach – of the colourful beach huts – also has a large tidal pool, is very popular with locals, and in summer holidays is packed with a variety of people and their children. This is largely because the beach is so well sheltered from the notorious winds of Cape Town, but also because it offers safe swimming and is conveniently close to the Simons Town train line.

The residential suburb, very close to Rhodes’ cottage, is much sought after and many of the homes date back to the time when the Cape was a colony of the Victorian empire. St James is named after the St James Roman Catholic Church, built in 1858 for the Filipino fishermen of Kalk Bay, just up the road.

Danger beach, the other little beach of St James, was used in the whaling industry during the early 1800s, as a place to haul carcasses. Kalk Bay is within walking distance and offers a further delightful ambling opportunity, through cobbled streets and a main road lined with an eclectic mix of antique and bookshops, restaurants, coffee bistros and clothing boutiques.

Boyes Drive, which runs up above St James, offers further magnificent views over False Bay and is a wonderful spot from which to spot whales in season.

Popular tourist attractions along the False Bay coastline, include:

St James beach with tidal pool [500 metres]
Seaside boardwalk to Muizenberg [100 metres]
Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg Beach, voted as one of the World’s Best Surf Towns in a recent National Geographic survey
Fish Hoek, with the most popular family beach in Cape Town
affordable world-class restaurants and golf courses
the Constantia Wine Route, with the oldest Wine Estates in the Cape
world-renowned Chapman’s Peak Drive
land based whale watching and whale spotting boat trips (Aug – Nov)
Boulder’s Beach, with its African Penguin colony
historic Simon’s Town, the home of the South African Navy
Kalk Bay, a quaint fishing village with an abundance of seafood restaurants
Cape Point Nature Reserve, a world heritage site
Table Mountain National Park, another world heritage site
historic sites and museums galore
exceptionally warm and friendly locals
Vendor : Whalewatchers Business Hours: 07:00 am To 06:00 pm

82 High Way, Fish Hoek, Western Cape, South Africa

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