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Kalk Bay is a fishing village on the coast of False Bay, South Africa and is now a suburb of greater Cape Town. It lies in a beautiful setting, wedged between the ocean and sharply rising mountainous heights that are buttressed by crags of grey sandstone. A literal translation from the Dutch/Afrikaans name “Kalkbaai” is “Lime Bay”.
The railway from the central business district of Cape Town to Simon’s Town passes through Kalk Bay and in some places the line is only meters from the water’s edge.
Kalk Bay is also home to the famous surf spot named “Kalk Bay Reef”. This is renowned for heavy barrels and the associated shallow reef. It is best surfed on a big south-easterly swell or a north west wind. In smaller swells low tide makes for better barrels.
*For more information on Kalk Bay, you can visit: www.kalkbay.org
Colona Castle is the obvious choice when looking for somewhere special to stay while exploring the Cape Peninsula and Winelands.
During your stay you will be seduced by the scenic grandeur of majestic mountains, shimmering lakes, dazzling beaches and azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
This is a five star boutique hotel featuring 8 uniquely themed suites to choose from. So why not follow Terence’s example and book a leisurely, luxury stay beyond your expectations?
The Colona Castle boutique hotel is located overlooking magnificent views over the Marina Da Gama Zandvlei Lake and the legendary golden beaches of Muizenberg and False Bay.
To experience the luxury and splendor of Colona Castle for yourself visit their web site at: www.colonacastle.co.za
The Kalk Bay Theatre
Kalk Bay Theatre (KBT) is a 78-seater theatre located at 52 Main Road, Kalk Bay in the old Kalk Bay Dutch Reformed Church, built in 1876 and is a heritage protected building.
The building has been lovingly converted into an intimate theatre with a restaurant/bar area serving meals and drinks on the upper floor. KBT offers a unique night of entertainment. Theatre, sustenance and quality time with friends all under the same roof.
The ground floor theatre has 78 comfortable seats crafted out of beech wood and modeled around the comfortable Morris chair. The theatre is a thrust stage with the audience on three sides.
This allows for a very intimate theatrical experience, the venue is located at 52 Main Rd, Kalk Bay. The Kalk Bay Theatre caters for special occasions, birthdays, office parties, corporate functions and tour groups.
*For more information on the Kalk Bay Theatre, you can visit: www.kbt.co.za