Cape Town has everything to offer the visitor, steeped in history and natural splendour from a host of golden sand beaches, to dramatic cliffs and hidden bays.

Fish Hoek is an established seaside community at the heart of the Cape Peninsula; centrally located to reach all the sights, from Cape Point, and Simon’s Town naval base and penguin colony, the bohemian shopping districts of Kalk Bay and Muizenberg, to Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront and the winelands.

There are numerous mountain and coastal walking trails, the ancient Peers cave lies nearby, savour Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens or the fascinating Robben Island.

Fish Hoek beach offers all the conveniences for a seaside holiday, while water babies can enjoy boat trips, whale watching, shore angling and deep-sea fishing, windsurfing, surfing, sailing, kayaking or diving.

At least seven golf courses are in easy driving distance; there are a host of restaurants to suit all tastes - seafood lovers are in for a treat. Culture vultures can feast on a range of theatre and music venues.

You wont see it all in one visit, so the sooner you come, the sooner you can come back for more.


The Cape Peninsula: