Kalk Bay is situated 30 minutes from the Cape Town city centre in the southern suburbs of Cape Town, 10 minutes from Muizenberg beach, 5 minutes from St James and 5 minutes from Fish Hoek.
Kalk Bay is the little suburb where the mountain meets the sea providing for a range of activities such as hiking, paddling, fishing and surfing. Kalk Bay, with its range of boutique and antique shops, provides the perfect environment for the person looking to find that little piece of history or the treasure that’s one of a kind.
Kalk Bay harbour is the most famous icon of Kalk bay. With its old wooden fishing boats, manned light house and its fisherman selling their fresh catch of the day, it provides its visitors with a glimpse into a world before it was touched by modern technology. Take a walk on the harbour wall on the sea edge after enjoying a plate of old style fish and chips at the local fishery called Kalkies.
Kalk Bay offers its visitors a range of different restaurants for all tastes alike. From seafood, to meat dishes or Cuban; Kalk Bay’s impressive list of restaurants can provide it. Popular restaurants in Kalk Bay include Harbour house, Cape to Cuba, The Brass Bell and The Oympia Cafe. There are also a variety of coffee shops and delis available.
Accommodation is Kalk Bay can be found in the form of The St James hotel. This century old property has been maintained and crafted to deliver its guests only the best five star comfort. With its heated pool, 300 thread count linen, under floor heating and fresh organic meals prepared at the hotel, this property provides the perfect home away from home accommodation.