Fish Hoek Accommodation:
Fish Hoek makes a superb base for your Cape Point Route accommodation choice due to its central location to all the activities and attractions.
Fish Hoek Restaurants:
Fish Hoek has the pick of seafood dining amongst other choices and there are not many places where you can literally eat right on the beach!
Fish Hoek Beach:
Fish Hoek Beach is one of the most popular family beaches. It’s ideal for water sports, body boarding and has a play park, bistro and path to Sunny Cove. Fish Hoek beach sailing club hosts the Hobie Cat Sailing Club.
This gentle undulating path takes you along the rocky coastline to Sunny Cove, where sign boards explain the life history of the dolphins that play in these waters throughout the year and of the Southern Right and Humpback whales that come during late winter and early spring to calve.
A Stone Age Cave site where the remains of the now famous 12 000 year-old Fish Hoek Man were discovered, together with a collection of stone-age tools. This is an ancient heritage area and visitors are requested to exercise care and caution to help to preserve it or better yet go with a registered guide who will enhance the experience with the history behind the site.
The Fish Hoek Valley Museum:
Houses interpretative displays of the Peers Cave excavations as well as collections of local interest.
Health & Wellness in Fish Hoek:
The local residents concern for a healthy lifestyle has given rise to a wonderful selection of health and wellness facilities, treatments and products. Traditional healers and herbalists offer a particularly African approach to health care, which has been trusted by the local communities for generations.
Golfing at Clovelly Country Club:
This 18-hole picturesque course has rolling fairways and complements its rich coastal environment with its natural sand dune, water features, and wide variety of indigeneous fauna and flora and spectacular mountain and sea views.
Silvermine River Wetlands Route:
The area is fabulous for birdwatching and is home to the endangered Leopard Toad, which is endemic to the area and breeds for only 10 days a year in August.
Hiking from Fish Hoek:
Elsies Peak which overlooks Fish Hoek has walks with sensational views of False Bay.
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