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Photos that prove False Bay has everything you need in a holiday

False Bay is known for its stunning coastline, adventure activities and quaint beachside towns. Visitors are drawn to its serene attitude, friendly locals and plethora of things to do for the whole family. Delight those eyes as you take a look at some images that highlight just a few of the reasons why False Bay has everything you could hope for in a holiday destination.

The colourful world underwater

A kaleidoscope of fish, kelp and coral await you on a dive beneath the Atlantic Ocean’s waves.

 

 


Visiting the beach

St James is one of the oldest beachside suburbs in the world. It’s most recognisable by the colourful beach huts that dot its beach, where families can enjoy the waves and tidal pool. As well as St James, you can visit Muizenberg, Gordon’s Bay and Strand.

 

 

Getting around

The train is a popular way to access St James and Kalk Bay from the city. Many opt for a day of browsing the local stores and cafés before enjoying a seafood lunch at the popular pub, The Brass Bell.

Find luxury accommodation in St James where you can enjoy a seaside holiday.

Breakfast with a view…#KalkBay #Breakfast #TheOcean #BrassBell ?☀?

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Clarence Drive beauty

Much like Ou Kaapse Weg and Chapman’s Peak Drive, Clarence Drive provides a passport to undulating mountain and ocean views. There are plenty of stops along the way to pause and appreciate the gorgeous vistas and maybe even spot some whales or dolphins.


False Bay is ready and waiting to welcome you with open arms.

 

Featured Image: whatsthepoint.co.za




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