Harbour village named after seashells that were baked in kilns near the shore to produce lime (kalk). Kalk Bay Village is the only place in the country where the local residents successfully resisted The Group Areas Act of the 1960s. Explore the cobbled streets filled with clothing shops, antique and bookstores, galleries, a theatre, restaurants and coffee shops. See the fishing boats return to the harbour at noon with the catch of the day.


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