Fish Hoek is a coastal town at the eastern end of the Fish Hoek Valley on the False Bay side of the Cape Peninsula in Cape Town, South Africa, also known as the Sunrise Coast. As a coastal suburb of Cape Town, Fish Hoek is popular for local beach goers and holidaymakers alike. The traditional industries of 'trek' fishing and angling coexist with the leisure pursuits of surfing, sailing and sunbathing.
The beach is about 1.5 kilometres long and quite flat, and the bay is protected from the currents and stronger surf in the rest of False Bay. Swimming is allowed along the entire beach with lifesavers on duty during the summer peak season, and body surfing, boogie boarding, wind surfing and kayaking are popular. The water is far warmer than the Atlantic Seaboard, averaging between just under 17 C annually and peaking at about 24 C in summer months.
Restaurants and children's play areas are situated at the southern end of the beach, and a path known as Jager Walk (known locally as the Cat Walk) runs past rock pools on the southern side of the bay.