Affectionately know by residents as the “Deep South”, False Bay is a beautiful, laid-back area of Cape Town. It has incredible historical villages, beautiful scenery and nature, and some of the best beaches in Cape Town. All the areas of False Bay offer a safe home for families with a sense of community. The lifestyle in the South Peninsula is slow and life moves at a relaxed pace. It's the perfect area for people scaling up, slowing down or just wanting to enjoy all the benefits of raising a family in superb natural surroundings with easy access to Cape Town.
Map of Area and Surrounds
Experience False Bay
Boulder’s Beach is just outside of Simon’s Town, and is known as one of Cape Town’s top beach's. It's popularity is due to it being shielded from winds, the water is calm, there are boulders to climb, and particularly that it is home to one of three South African colonies of Jackass Penguins.
A popular activity for both tourists and locals alike is to get the hour-long metro train along the coastline from the City Centre to Kalk Bay. Once in Kalk Bay, it’s an ideal place to walk through the main street and peruse through the local shops, then stop for lunch at either Brass Bell or Cape to Cuba. There are also numerous coffee shops to frequent in the area.
Residents of False Bay are spoilt for choice when it comes to recreational activities. Simon’s Town offers golf, bowls, scuba diving, squash, sailing and ski boat angling as well as scenic walks towards Cape Point. There is a Yacht Club, boat charters and sea kayaking are available, as well as deep-sea fishing and whale watching charters.
Popular evening activities include; the Brass Bell and Cape to Cuba restaurant bars - Brass Bell offers live music on weekends, and spectacular views of the ocean. The Masque Theatre in Muizenberg is a cultural gem, hosting diverse theatre performances and dance shows at affordable prices. The Melting Pot is a cosy, vibrant live music venue in Muizenberg, featuring the best local talent.