This pristine shoreline is home to good surf spots with friendly locals and warmer waters than its polar opposite, west of the Cape Peninsula. It is a popular destination for holiday makers and tourists alike. Compiled of a collection of small seaside villages or suburbs, False Bay has much to offer. The headquarters of the South African Navy is located in Simon's Town
along the False Bay Coastline and is a town with a rich history. Amongst the other suburb destinations along the shore, Kalk Bay and Muizenberg are some of the favourites.
is popular for not only its warmer waters and surf spots, but for the characteristic colourful Victorian beach houses that brighten up the beach and is what the suburb is famously known for. The eccentric suburb of Kalk Bay is favoured by locals and tourists for the lively atmosphere and the quaint shops and restaurants, in additions to the creative locals that reside here. Traveling from Cape Town to Kalk Bay is a well-known past time that adds something extra to the experience in Kalk Bay. The Brass Bell is the local go-to pub for food and drink, any time of the year.
It is in the False Bay area where shark cage-diving is a popular attraction as is fishing and boat cruises. The beauty of the Cape is that so many things to see and do is around the corner, and also with False Bay, a mere stone’s throw from thousands of activities. With weather to match, this is one of the premier holiday destinations in South Africa.
Accommodation in False Bay ranges from quaint, bohemian styled guesthouses and backpackers, to luxury self-catering accommodation and bed and breakfasts. Whatever experience you seek, False Bay will be sure to provide you with a culturally relaxing and adventurous holiday.