Camps Bay Beach
Camps Bay is the home of Beach Volleyball and many other beach sports such as touch rugby. Swimming in the tidal pool or in the sea as well as a popular stop for cyclists and runners. The beautiful bay also has great restaurants, bars and nightlife.
Stunning beach with amazing vibe, but do avoid if it's windy. Clifton beaches are protected from wind.
Great place to spend the day on the beach , close to restaurants and bus route.
45kms away from Stonehill, Just up Kloof Nek Road from the center of town is this thriving beach community. Plenty of trendy nightclubs, shops and cafes bring diners and shoppers, while tranquil seas and fine white sand draw sun worshippers and swimmers.
“Referred to as the ‘French Riviera of South Africa’, Clifton beaches dazzle with its white sand and turquoise waters. Divided by granite boulders, the four beaches – namely First Beach, Second Beach, Third Beach and Fourth Beach – ensure visitors are really spoilt for choice when deciding where to swim or surf. First beach is particularly popular amongst surfers and beach volleyball players – a veritable playground of sporting people. Second and Third beaches are the beaches of the 20-somethings looking for a party and a good tan. Fourth beach is perfect for families as it has lifeguards, excellent facilities and a place to buy cold drinks and snacks.”
“An absolutely fabulous place to linger in. Stunning gardens, wonderful restaurants / cafe with delicious food. Do not miss this special venue.”
“The place where our liberation Leader, the Iconic Nelson Mandela was jailed for 27 years.”
“You daren't leave Cape Town without going up Table Mountain!!! Take the cable car to the mountain top with cabins holding up to 65 people & rotating floors for 360° views. One of the 7 WONDERS OF THE WORLD ”
“Café Caprice combines artisan cocktails, a café-style menu, relaxing lounges and sidewalk seating to experience the epitome of Cape Town’s cosmopolitan social scene. Situated directly across from Camps Bay Beach at 37 Victoria Road, open 7 days a week since 1999, it is a home for many Cape Townians and a must visit destination for tourists. Camps Bay beach is the ultimate sunset viewing spot and Café Caprice provides the perfect backdrop, as DJ’s fill the space with laid back music from Thursday to Sunday with a deep, chilled house soundtrack. Café Caprice – a landmark on the Camps Bay promenade and an indelible part of the Cape Town bar and entertainment scene.”