Heavenly Hout Bay
Discover Valley Living
Introduction
Nestled in a valley on the Atlantic
Seaboard of the Cape Peninsula, the
rustic suburb of Hout Bay is
surround...
Chapman’s Peak
After being closed for many
years, Chapman’s Peak drive was re-opened
in 2004. It connects Hout Bay to
Noor...
Surfing
Hout Bay beach offers white sands and
is popular with locals and visitors alike.
The beach is referred to as
“Dung...
Mariner’s Wharf
The first harbourfront emporium in
Africa and the Southern
hemisphere, Mariner’s Wharf is a
maritime hub. ...
Hout Bay Museum
and World of Birds
Two other worthwhile attractions in the area
are the Hout Bay Museum and World of
Birds...
Beautiful
Homes
This charming fishing village
is of course home to many
gorgeous properties as well.
Here are examples of ...
Amazing views
Comfort meets luxury
Visit Hout Bay!
A truly wonderful place to
spend the day or to live, Hout
Bay offers many things to do
and see. It’s natur...
Image credits: fireflyafrica.blogspot.com
blogs.ubc.ca
www.tierboshoutbay.co.za
www.dining-out.co.za
www.whatsonincapetown...
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Heavenly Hout Bay

  1. 1. Heavenly Hout Bay Discover Valley Living
  2. 2. Introduction Nestled in a valley on the Atlantic Seaboard of the Cape Peninsula, the rustic suburb of Hout Bay is surrounded by mountain on three sides and the ocean on one. It is home to one of the Western Cape’s busiest harbours and is well known for its snoek, tuna and crayfish industry.
  3. 3. Chapman’s Peak After being closed for many years, Chapman’s Peak drive was re-opened in 2004. It connects Hout Bay to Noordhoek and Cape Point, and one has to pay a toll fee in order to use the road. The drive provides a stunning view of the actual bay and there are a few lookout points along the way, enabling you to hop out and take some pictures of the breath-taking scenery.
  4. 4. Surfing Hout Bay beach offers white sands and is popular with locals and visitors alike. The beach is referred to as “Dungeons” by the surfing community and it one of 16 recognized big wave spots in the world. Hout Bay plays host to the annual Red Bull Big Wave Africa surfing competition.
  5. 5. Mariner’s Wharf The first harbourfront emporium in Africa and the Southern hemisphere, Mariner’s Wharf is a maritime hub. Take a stroll along the boardwalk and explore the many restaurants, markets and stores, all while breathing in the clean, salt air. Try the Wharfette Bistro’s delicious specialty fish and chips – it’s a must!
  6. 6. Hout Bay Museum and World of Birds Two other worthwhile attractions in the area are the Hout Bay Museum and World of Birds. Learn about the history of Hout Bay and its people at the museum, or go on one of the weekly guided nature walks in the surrounding mountains. A great family outing is a visit to World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary and Monkey Park, where the afternoon can be spent discovering the numerous species of birds and animals on display.
  7. 7. Beautiful Homes This charming fishing village is of course home to many gorgeous properties as well. Here are examples of some gems I came across…
  8. 8. Amazing views
  9. 9. Comfort meets luxury
  10. 10. Visit Hout Bay! A truly wonderful place to spend the day or to live, Hout Bay offers many things to do and see. It’s natural beauty and undeniable energy are things that should be experienced by everyone.
  11. 11. Image credits: fireflyafrica.blogspot.com blogs.ubc.ca www.tierboshoutbay.co.za www.dining-out.co.za www.whatsonincapetown.com www.expatcapetown.com Slides 7,8 and 9: www.knightfrank.co.za

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