Eden On The Bay 125
Big Bay, Cape Metropole, Blaauwberg - Accommodation
Eden On The Bay 125 in Big Bay
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Facilities available at Eden On The Bay 125,Big Bay, Cape Metropole, Blaauwberg
- Available Next Weekend
- Parking on Premises
- Restaurant on Premises
- Satellite TV
- Womens Day Weekend
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GPS Co-Ordinates: 18° 27' 28.2" E / 33° 47' 34.9" S
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|Departing: Cape Town International Airport|
|Address: 0C Aviation Cres, Cape Town International Airport, Cape Town, 7490, South Africa|
|Distance: 32.7 km / Duration: 36 mins|
|1.||Head south||0.3 km|
|2.||Keep left||0.3 km|
|3.||Slight right||0.4 km|
|4.||Slight left toward Airport Approach Rd||48 m|
|5.||Keep right to continue toward Airport Approach Rd||0.1 km|
|6.||Slight left onto Airport Approach Rd||2.1 km|
|7.||Merge onto Settlers Way/N2||8.8 km|
|8.||Take exit 9 to merge onto M5 toward N1/Milnerton||2.9 km|
|9.||Take the exit on the right toward Section St||0.1 km|
|10.||Keep right at the fork to continue on Exit 7, follow signs for M5/Milnerton/N1/Paarl||0.6 km|
|11.||Keep left, follow signs for M5||0.2 km|
|12.||Turn left onto Section St||1.3 km|
|13.||Turn right onto Service Rd||1.5 km|
|14.||Turn left onto Milner St||34 m|
|15.||Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Marine Dr/R27 |
Continue to follow R27
|16.||Turn left onto Marine Dr||1.3 km|
|17.||At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Otto du Plessis Dr/M14||3.5 km|
|18.||At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Big Bay Blvd/M120||0.1 km|
|19.||At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Cormorant Ave||0.1 km|
|20.||Turn left||0.1 km|
|21.||Turn right |
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Nearest Airport & Flights
Cape Town International Airport - Cape Town+ FIND FLIGHT TO Cape Town
Cape Town International airport used to be called D.F. Malan Airport and was opened in 1954 replacing the old Wingfield Aerodrome Airport.
This airport is the second busiest and second largest airport in South Africa and third busiest in Africa, by 2015 it is expected to have 14 million passengers pass through the airport. It is within easy driving distance (20 km) from the centre of Cape Town.
Reviews for Eden On The Bay 125
A wonderful outdoors centre on the beach. I love the Kauai the most and enjoy their vegetable juices and smoothies. Also great walks available on the promenade and beach.
Bustling tourist hub with a host of restaurants. It's gone from quiet and peaceful to packed and crazy. The area also needs alot of maintenance.
Views, food, fun. A must for locals and tourists. Restaurants, surf and kite surfing lessons, clothes, coffee shops and a fabulous beach with lifesavers. SUP or bodyboard. Simply chill and admire the iconic view. Not to be missed!
A beautiful little mall with stunning views. A nice mix of shops with pick and pay the anchor tenant. You could spend the entire day here and not feel like you're in a mall. Great vibe in the area . Inside, Moyo and the other restaurants attract a very hip crowd. The new place to be seen.
This is an Awesome place for the whole family with so many Restaurants & shops the kids would love it & you have the most Magnificent View of the Majestic Table Mountain & also a Stunning view of the Most Beautiful Sunsets over the Ocean. It's a popular place all year for both locals & tourists alike. Enjoy!!!
Pleasant place to meander around. Very much a typical beach / promenade feel. Lots of beach shopping, restaurants, cantinas to coffee bars not to mention the ice cream kiosks. Nothing exceptional but kids will like waking around. It is family friendly. Great view towards Robben Island.
Very aesthetically pleasing environment. With the sea on the one side and the buildings designed to complement the surrounding, with a very earthy neutral palette. Kid friendly also as there is open space to play.
A good selection of restaurants with lovely sea views. During the day this place is awesome. However at night not so much. The beggars at night become confrontational and aggressive if you don't give them any money for "watching" your car and there is no security guard to keep them in check. Not cool.
Beautiful sunset views from the beach as well as great restaurants to choose from. Eden on the bay is very dog friendly which is a mega plus for all who love animals as there are plenty of happy dogs waiting to be rubbed
Eden on the Bay is a 30min drive from Cape Town CBD. This is a mall where mostly locals visit and I wouldn't say it's a tourist spot. Although it could be. It's the ideal place for surfers and kite flying.It has restaurants, convenient stores etc. All the makings of a mall but I think the best part of this mall is how calm and relaxing it is. It is along the beach or I could say it is next to the beach. The beach isn't crowded or loud like the other beaches in Cape Town (due to small amount of people) . You could get a nice cup of coffee from the mall and walk to the beach, sit down and peacefully read away. You also get a good view of the surfing and Table Mountain.On another note, it could be too relaxing for some. There isn't a large variety or amount of shops here so you could get bored if you don't feel like sitting still.It's a very nice place to get a refreshing view of Cape Town. A good family day location or a picnic spot with your significant other.
Eden on the Bay always has such a great vibe. Love all the different restaurants, coffee shops & takeaways. Literally something for everyone, whether you want smoothies or pizza. A few places also sometimes have live music at night and great happy hour specials. I love coming here.
Let's start with the best part... the view. No matter which of the restaurant you choose if you sit outside you will just have the most amazing view of our iconic Table Mountain. The food variety is great and I personally have not had any issues with any of the staff members working here. The beach here is not 100% beautiful since we had the big storm but it is being worked on. It's also one of the only beached this side that has a lifeguard center so it's much safer for your extreme sports. There is also a lovely grass area for you to sit on if you not a fan of the cold water and beach sand. Here you can watch the kitesurfers, suppers and surfers, hear the beautiful music of the ocean without actually being covered in sand :) during the day you can see Robnen Island. This beach is the best place to learn to surf and or sup if you would like to give it a try.
Has wide range of restaurants and fast food outlets to cater for all tastes. Park outside can get very busy but there is Under ground parking at no cost. You can sit and watch kit and board surfers. If you brave enough to swim, there is life guards. Water is very cold but refreshing on a hot day
It's pretty, but boring, and the restaurants are mediocre. It starts to be pretty great after 5 beers and it's really cool after 10 but it's far out of town so don't drive for a few hours after testing the beer (they don't really have exotic beers anyway). The public toilets are cleaned continuously. Big lawns for kids to play on. Best view of Table Mountain. Popular hang-out for everyone from families to young adults and big bikers. You could spend a good few hours there happily. Has a Pick'nPay, a pharmacy, a small shopping centre and some fairly interesting little shops --> nothing expensive + if it is expensive you're being screwed. Surrounded by lots of small modern housing units. Nice beach (but this is the Atlantic so it's cold) kite surfers, ordinary short-board surfers, folks with kites on the beach + lawns (there is a steady, cool breeze that can turn into a pretty strong wind all the way up the West Coast). Old folks may not enjoy this so much. Better if you're young and strong. Good bodies on display.
Lots of shops and restaurants to enjoy a nice meal by the beach. Some construction at the moment but nothing to worry about really. Good to bring the family and friends. Good for groups or couples. Nice Table Mountain view area to take pictures from. Good security and available disability parking.
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