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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.
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Camps Bay is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque places to visit in the world, the sand is white the water is blue and the rock formations in the sea and mountains surrounding the area make it a spectacular place to spend a day. There...More
This is one of the best beaches I've been to - my favorite so far. Water was a bit too cold - we traveled during the month of February. The atmosphere is so welcoming, so refreshing. Folding loungers are sold at an expensive amount by...More
The water in Cape Town is icy cold and does not lend itself to swimming. Camps bay is a coastal suburb with great restaurants and a lovely beach to relax on with friends and family. You can pack a picnic basket or get takeaways from...More
Nice clean beach with lots going on, beach volley ball, keep fit and surfing. Good for sun bathing, picnics and keep fit but not for swimming as the Atlantic was a chilly 9 degrees. Sand is a lovely white colour and soft.
Also impressive to...More
Get there: by Uber and free to access the beach
Beach: beautiful beach with view of lion’s head, table mountain and twelve apostles.
Note: not recommend to windy day. The wind is so strong, the sand will be all over the place. The wave is...More
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Sorry, I just now read your question. Can‘t really say about the restaurant, since it all depends on what you like. We ate a lot of fish in a couple of Restaurants there, which was really good. Unfortunably I don‘t remember... More
Sorry, I just now read your question. Can‘t really say about the restaurant, since it all depends on what you like. We ate a lot of fish in a couple of Restaurants there, which was really good. Unfortunably I don‘t remember the namens.
From the cruise terminal, you will be right in the V&A area. Basically, once you get onto Main Rd heading Southwest, you follow it through Seapoint, onto Victoria Rd and that will bright you right into Camp's Bay.