The Rock @ 2 Oceans
Fish Hoek Accommodation -
Fish Hoek & Surrounding Areas
situated and against the Fish Hoek mountain lies The
Rock @ 2 Oceans. Watch the whales from the patio (in
Spring) or take a 7 minute walk down to the shops, restaurants
and the beach. Enjoy the surf and beautiful white sandy beaches.
can swim and play to their hearts’ content in the sheltered
children’s playground while you enjoy of the finest seafood
at one of the charming beach restaurants.
for its hospitality and friendliness, Fish Hoek also
offers excellent sporting facilities including a well established
sports clubs, golf, bowls and tennis. A
Nature Lover’s Paradise with mountain trails for all
levels of experience.You
can follow the famous Jaeger Walk along the False Bay or climb
up to Peers Cave and treasure the breathtaking view across
the immediate vicinity:
- Noordhoek -
where you can go horse riding down country lanes, onto dunes
and 7 km beach.
Country Club (18 hole par 72) - with lush fairways
edged by beautiful mountain and sea views and no noise
mall - with shops, restaurants and movie theatres.
Boulders - home to a colony of Jackass penguins.
Bay - where local fishermen offload and sell their
fresh catch off the boats.
World Scratch Patch - visit the world's largest
gemstone tumbling factory, where you can hunt for inexpensive
polished stones in a "scratch patch".
- Simonstown – an
historic town with a trendy Waterfront.
- Muizenberg -
with one of the longest beaches in the world, and a popular
place for learner surfers and boogie boarders.
Farm - enjoy horse, camel and tractor rides, a snake
park and children's farmyard. Locally made crafts, gift shops,
art studios, herb nursery and handmade cheese at the dairy.
- Kommetjie -
well known for crayfishing.
Two Oceans Craft and Culture Centre - with a wide
range of township related activities including guided tours,
local products, local cuisine and musical extravaganzas with
local choirs and traditional costumes.
Game Reserve - a Wellness Centre where you can enjoy
a game drive and view their Buffalo breeding programme or
where the Black Rhino has finally returned to the Peninsula
(their natural home)
Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve ), the meeting place of
the Indian & Atlantic Oceans.
Point Ostrich Farm - visit a traditional ostrich
Constantia Winelands -
with five top wine producers in this unique terroir where
you can sample internationally renowned wines that are big
on quality and rich in history.
bike or hike through the Silvermine Nature Reserves -
and experience spectacular views.
with one of the finest - and most active - fishing harbours
in South Africa and great restaurants.
Peak, a scenic drive towards Hout Bay.
National Botanical Gardens -
set on the lower slopes of Table Mountain, this is one of
the world's greatest botanical gardens with over 5000 species
of Cape indigenous vegetation (fynbos).
the perfect excuse to go shopping.
Waterfront, with designer shops, restaurants and many tourist
Island – Nelson Mandela’s prison for more than
20 years, this international site can be visited by ferries
leaving regularly from the V&A Waterfront.
Mountain - the city’s most famous and popular landmark.
Reach the summit by cable car or hiking trails and enjoy spectacular
views of the Peninsula.