False Bay is a body of water defined by Cape Hangklip and the Cape Peninsula in the extreme south-west of South Africa. — Description and location — The eastern and western shores of the bay are very rocky and even mountainous; in …
Eastern False Bay coast aerial view looking somewhat south of east: Gordon's Bay (left) to Cape Hangklip (right)
The Cape Peninsula seen from the West, False Bay (right) and Table Bay, with Robben Island (left). Compilation produced by NASA from Landsat and SRTM data.
Surfers Corner; surfspot at Muizenberg in the False Bay
A historic 9 inch gun overlooking False Bay installed at Simon's Town in the 1800s by the British to defend the bay.