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This harbour has just a few boats docked at any time and they share space with the delightful seals and the fisherman, so it's busy in a really quiet, leisurely way. Take a little stroll along the harbour wall, feel the sea spray on your...More
Small functioning harbour with fish available dockside at times. Several eating spots around and on the Main Street, fair amount of parking and even a tidal swimming pool. Have previously eaten at Harbour House and 5hat was good.
Kalk Bay Harbour is a wonderful place to go and enjoy lunch/dinner with friends and family. There are a few places to choose from and the views are simply outstanding. Very peaceful and lots of happiness. Make it an unforgettable experience!!
An active harbor that sees many a visitor. Visit the local fish and chips shops but if you want the best tasting fish, head to Fish Hoek, around 3km from Kalk Bay heading towards Simonstown way, on the left hand side opposite the BP garage...More
The harbour is a great place for photography because of the little boats and lighthouses that are dotted around, but to my surprise, it was also a hot spot for Cape fur seals! When I last visited, there were three next to the fish market...More
If you have kids, this is a must experience, it is an absolute gem, a small harbour very much like you would experience along the Mediterranean coastline, just brimming with character and alive with the constant chatter of fisherman and merchants negotiating and fish being...More
One of the few working small fishing harbours. Great just to stroll around and take in the life of the fishermen / women. Fresh fish available to purchase. A few restaurants to choose from (Kalky's a very good choice!). Some friendly seals could be in...More
This small harbour is home to the majority of False Bay's fishing trawlers and as such, it is bustling with activity, esp when the vessels return with their catch. Tourists are not the only ones to flock here, as this is a popular spot for...More