Fish Hoek is a small village in a valley between two mountains with a beautiful white sandy beach and turquoise blue and clear water. The "Jager Walk" beach, named after the first mayor of Fish Hoek, is an ideal and safe place (especially for children) for swimming and sunbathing enthusiasts. Changing rooms, showers, playgrounds, refreshment stands and restaurants - everything is available. Small cabins can be rented and there is a park for campers right on the beach. Lifeguards and lifeguards look after the bathers.
The safe and sheltered sandy beach in the warmer waters of False Bay is very popular with families and surfers and in addition to the budget accommodation that has become very popular in recent years, there is now some very nice and luxurious accommodation.