Fish Hoek

The long sandy beach is one of the safest in the Cape for bathing and body boarding and when the wind picks up, hobie-cats and windsurfers take to the waves. From July to October whales come into Fish Hoek bay and loll around just 50 metres from the shore in preparation for mating and giving birth. Huge schools of dolphins are also sometimes seen.

To prohibit the raucous thirsty sailors stopping here for a drink on their way to Simon's Town navy base, the original 1818 farm was only granted on the condition that there was no public wine house. One hundred and eighty years on, there is still no liquor store and any pub that opens up seems to go out of business very quickly due to lack of customers.


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