Kalk Bay

Kalk Bay is a small fishing harbour along the east coast of the Cape Peninsula to the south of Cape Town. It has become a very hip and trendy place, with a fine selection of restaurants, coffee shops and bistros, and a number of eclectic, alternative shops along the Main Road on either side of the train station.

View of Kalk Bay

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Kalk Bay is easily accessible from Cape Town by car. Follow the M3 south until it ends at the junction with the M42 (Steenberg Road). Turn left/east onto the M42 then right/south onto the M4 (Main Road) through Muizenberg. Kalk Bay is a few kilometres south of Muizenberg.

MetroRail operates frequent and regular trains to Kalk Bay from Cape Town via Muizenberg (to the north) and Simon’s Town via Fish Hoek (to the south) every day. The station is on Main Road, in the centre of town.

Kalk Bay is small enough that you can cover the entire village on foot with ease.

Boats in the Harbour
Fresh fish off the boats

Watch the incoming boats and the sale of fresh fish.

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