The setting of Foxy beach is everything. It's relatively sheltered from the beach by the wind. A barrier of rocks and seaweed along the mouth of the small bay ensures that sharks don't wander into the shallows thus making it an ideal spot for snorkelling when the south easterly wind isn't blowing too viciously.
The only concern at the moment is that the council (for some strange reason) is to no longer be clearing away the kelp that washes up on the shores of little foxy beach after heavy storms.
I have read on the notice board that locals are organising clear-up days to move the kelp before it starts rotting in the sun. This could become a smelly problem if the issue isn't dealt with.
Other than that, Foxy Beach is and will continue to be Simon's Town's little gem.
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