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About Oudekraal Beach

Lying between Bakoven and Llandudno is Oudekraal, best known by scuba divers who come here to explore Justin’s Caves. The dive site is actually a group of huge boulders covered in magnificent sponges, soft corals, sea fans and ascidians. Not far off is the 1698 wreck of the Huis te Crayenstein, tempting divers with the prospect of salvaging treasure.

Part of the Table Mountain National Park, Oudekraal Beach offers a very different experience to the glamorous beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton. The tiny beach is hidden in a cove and offers braai facilities and a grassy picnic area. Huge granite boulders shelter the beach and provide a safe swimming area.

Accommodation near Oudekraal Beach

Cape Point Cottages

Sleeps 11 in 2 rooms

Cape Point Cottages is located on the largest private property in the Cape Point area. The two cottages are situated outside of the city...
from R1440
per night for 2 guests

Oudekraal Beach Map

Oudekraal Beach is 8.4km from the centre of Table Mountain National Park , the nearest airport 27km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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