About the Cape Point

The Cape Point region of the Cape Peninsula is the southern most tip of Cape Town, known officially as ‘The Cape of Good Hope section of the Table Mountain National Park. This is a rugged coastline, with unspoilt beaches that are either hidden away or difficult to reach. Their biggest attraction being the natural surroundings, protected wildlife, fynbos and the spectacular views. Beaches on the eastern-side of the Point are more accessible!

Dias Beach

Dias Beach

Located on the Western side of the tip of Cape Point is Dias Beach. Dias Beach is frequently seen in photos from the vantage points above and is…

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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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