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 Tableview

South Africa, Western Cape

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 33° 47.502' S
Longitude: 18° 27.092' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Starts within the city of Cape Town, the West Coast runs north up towards Namibia. The first beaches on the West Coast are Tableview (with the view of Table Mountain) and Blouberg (lit. "Blue Mountain" in African). Parking runs most of the way up the beaches. Head from Cape Town central north along the R27 road, or take the N7 turn-off from the N1 (national road), follow signs to Tableview.

Starts within the city of Cape Town, the West Coast runs north up towards Namibia. The first beaches on the West Coast are Tableview (with the view of Table Mountain) and Blouberg (lit. "Blue Mountain" in African). Parking runs most of the way up the beaches. Head from Cape Town central north along the R27 road, or take the N7 turn-off from the N1 (national road), follow signs to Tableview.

English (Translate this text in English): Starts within the city of Cape Town, the West Coast runs north up towards Namibia. The first beaches on the West Coast are Tableview (with the view of Table Mountain) and Blouberg (lit. "Blue Mountain" in African). Parking runs most of the way up the beaches. Head from Cape Town central north along the R27 road, or take the N7 turn-off from the N1 (national road), follow signs to Tableview.

English (Translate this text in English): Starts within the city of Cape Town, the West Coast runs north up towards Namibia. The first beaches on the West Coast are Tableview (with the view of Table Mountain) and Blouberg (lit. "Blue Mountain" in African). Parking runs most of the way up the beaches. Head from Cape Town central north along the R27 road, or take the N7 turn-off from the N1 (national road), follow signs to Tableview.

English (Translate this text in English): Starts within the city of Cape Town, the West Coast runs north up towards Namibia. The first beaches on the West Coast are Tableview (with the view of Table Mountain) and Blouberg (lit. "Blue Mountain" in African). Parking runs most of the way up the beaches. Head from Cape Town central north along the R27 road, or take the N7 turn-off from the N1 (national road), follow signs to Tableview.

Distance to a city In the city

Access time Instant access (< 5min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

Public access? Public access

Special access No access issues

 Kite Spot Characteristics

Alternative name Blouberg

Spot quality Great

Experience Established

Type Open Ocean

Kite/wind? Good for KiteSurf

Style 

Day timing  

Dangers Sharks, Extreme cold 

Week crowd Crowded

Week-end crowd Ultra crowded

Environment

Water quality Crystal-clear

Current 

Bottom Sandy with rock

Tide No tide dependency

Amenities

Hotel, Gear-Shop, Repair-Shop, Rental, School, Showers

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Long beaches (for a few km), plenty of kites out. You can see Table Mountain about 20km away, and Robben Island (Nelson Mandela's prison) a few km out to sea. Amazing sunsets over that island.
For equipment/lessons, check out the kite shops in Tableview on the beachfront.
the swell comes in from the Atlantic, can range from 1 - 10ft. Relatively deep water, waves are reasonably slow, make for good lauching.
Water is FREEZING cold when the SE has been blowing for a few days. The outside air temp can be mid 20-30s *C, and the water well below 10*C
for more info, research on www.ikiteboarding.com

Long beaches (for a few km), plenty of kites out. You can see Table Mountain about 20km away, and Robben Island (Nelson Mandela's prison) a few km out to sea. Amazing sunsets over that island.
For equipment/lessons, check out the kite shops in Tableview on the beachfront.
the swell comes in from the Atlantic, can range from 1 - 10ft. Relatively deep water, waves are reasonably slow, make for good lauching.
Water is FREEZING cold when the SE has been blowing for a few days. The outside air temp can be mid 20-30s *C, and the water well below 10*C
for more info, research on www.ikiteboarding.com

English (Translate this text in English): Long beaches (for a few km), plenty of kites out. You can see Table Mountain about 20km away, and Robben Island (Nelson Mandela's prison) a few km out to sea. Amazing sunsets over that island.
For equipment/lessons, check out the kite shops in Tableview on the beachfront.
the swell comes in from the Atlantic, can range from 1 - 10ft. Relatively deep water, waves are reasonably slow, make for good lauching.
Water is FREEZING cold when the SE has been blowing for a few days. The outside air temp can be mid 20-30s *C, and the water well below 10*C
for more info, research on www.ikiteboarding.com

English (Translate this text in English): Long beaches (for a few km), plenty of kites out. You can see Table Mountain about 20km away, and Robben Island (Nelson Mandela's prison) a few km out to sea. Amazing sunsets over that island.
For equipment/lessons, check out the kite shops in Tableview on the beachfront.
the swell comes in from the Atlantic, can range from 1 - 10ft. Relatively deep water, waves are reasonably slow, make for good lauching.
Water is FREEZING cold when the SE has been blowing for a few days. The outside air temp can be mid 20-30s *C, and the water well below 10*C
for more info, research on www.ikiteboarding.com

English (Translate this text in English): Long beaches (for a few km), plenty of kites out. You can see Table Mountain about 20km away, and Robben Island (Nelson Mandela's prison) a few km out to sea. Amazing sunsets over that island.
For equipment/lessons, check out the kite shops in Tableview on the beachfront.
the swell comes in from the Atlantic, can range from 1 - 10ft. Relatively deep water, waves are reasonably slow, make for good lauching.
Water is FREEZING cold when the SE has been blowing for a few days. The outside air temp can be mid 20-30s *C, and the water well below 10*C
for more info, research on www.ikiteboarding.com

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By Anonymous , 24-04-2006

- My heart made a double summersault when I saw my spot, I will be back to ride it again!

By Anonymous , 24-04-2006

Mr - I windsurfed this magic spot for years but have been away too long in Europe I yearn to be back to learn kite boarding.

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