Blue Haven Beach
Blue Haven Beach gets its name by being more protected from the wind than many of its neighbouring reaches of white sand, as well as from having exquisite blue waters. Accessed via Twilight Beach Road, Blue Haven Beach begins its run of 1.4 kilometres on the western side of Chapmans Peak, and continues until it meets a headland of solid granite.
The western end of Blue Haven Beach is its access point, with a steep staircase leading down from the high bluffs that back it for most of its length. This area is also the best option for swimming, as it is clear of natural rock. When the tide is high, there can be limited quantities of sand, however it’s still possible to sunbathe on the rocks themselves.
For surfers, there are fairly consistent sandbanks with waves averaging a metre in height.
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