Big Bay can be found in Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. It is a white sandy beach with two rocky points that enter the sea making a small bay. The water is often cold due to the Benguela current that flows along the west coast of Africa. The wind components are usually S and SE. The waves aren’t as big as at the other nearby spots as the bay is protected by Robben Island, which you can see clearly from the shore along with the spectacular Table Mountain.