Gordon’s Bay is a harbour town situated in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It is the smallest of the three towns located in the Helderberg region and is only 50km from Cape Town. Gordon’s Bay is named after Colonel Robert Gordon, who was the Dutch garrison commander when the British captured the Cape in 1795. Tucked into the northeastern corner of False Bay, in the shadow of the Hottentots-Holland range, this holiday village is renowned for its fishing and boating facilities... Find Out More About Gordon’s Bay,

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