About the Atlantic Peninsula

The Atlantic Peninsula stretches from Oudekraal (nearest the City of Cape Town) and heads south along the coastline, ending at Scarborough. This region offers beaches with a wide array of attractions, from small rocky coves to long sandy beaches. The coastal road along this coastline being a firm favourite with tourists due to the spectacular scenery and places of interest along the way.

Other Beaches

Kreeftebaai

Kreeftebaai

Directly translated ‘Kreeftebaai‘ is ‘Crayfish Bay’, but since this small rocky beach is one of several that fall within the Blaauwberg Conservation area…

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