Perfect days on Perfect Beaches

Although the remarkable city of Cape Town has an incredible variety of sights and attractions, it is definitely the quality of its beaches that steal the show. Stretching out along Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard, under the watchful eye of The Twelve Apostles’ mountain peaks, you can find an endless chain of beautiful white sandy beaches.

The beaches of Camps Bay, Clifton and Llandudno are synonomous with lazy days spent soaking up the rays of the warm African Sun. As Victoria Drive winds its way along the rugged coastline, this Cape Town “Riviera” provides an inordinate amount of pleasure beaches, boulders and sandy coves.

The most famous of all these beaches is Camps Bay, whose bustling promenade faces the clear blue Atlantic Ocean. After a day on the beach swimming and tanning there are a host of excellent restaurants and bars in which one can relax and take in the most incredible sunsets imaginable. Sip on an ice cold cocktail as the sun drops into the ocean and watch the strip come to life.

Luxury guesthouses, magnificent hotels and sprawling villas line the cliffs, providing a wealth of different beachside accommodations for you to choose from.

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The nearby Clifton beaches (there are four in total) are popular with the Capetonians lucky enough to call this place home. Each beach is tailored to a different crowd so seek local advice when choosing your Clifton Beach.

Beyond Camps Bay, the picture postcard village of Llandudno boasts a lovely secluded beach, sunset rocks, and its very own shipwreck. Continue onwards along the coast and you’ll reach the fishing harbor village of Hout Bay, complete with its very own bustling Marina and lovely stretch of beach.

For those amongst you that enjoy the finer things in life, it’s a great idea to factor a few beach days into your holiday – find your own favourite spot, sit down with a good book, sip on a cold beer and set your watch on African time, letting the worries of the world fade away into the horizon.

Our Travel Experts will be able to advise you on which places best suit your tastes and budgets – be it a hotel, guesthouse or villa.

We have compiled a list of excellent tours & safaris which include the Cape Beaches area – they should give you some brilliant ideas on how best to plan your vacation itinerary. Enquire with any one of our experts so they can tailor-make an itinerary specially for you.

Most of our staff live at or very near to the Beaches, and our offices are located in the Cape Peninsula so we can really give you the inside info on how best to spend your time in our wonderful city.

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Fast Facts

White sands and clear blue waters fridge the Pensinula’s 150km shoreline. A very popular and fashionable beach is Clifton consisting of four beaches divided by a jumble of granite boulders. Other top beaches include Camps Bay and Llandudno.

Insider Information
  • Deck chairs and umbrella’s are available for hire at Clifton, Camps Bay and Llandudno beach.
  • Take cash to the beach as most of the beaches have friendly ‘water boys’ that come round selling ice creams, crisps and cooldrinks.
  • Many of the hotels and guest houses will arrange a packed picnic for you. Take your picnic to Clifton for a sundowner dinner.
  • Take beach bats – a favourite game to play in the shallow waters.

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When to travel
  • Summers are unbeatable in Cape Town! They offer a top beach holiday experience with white sandy beaches and clear blue waters.
  • Summers run from November through to March and the weather is hot and sunny. Temperatures range between 22 to 35 degrees.
  • Milder weather comes from March to May with calmer winds but still allows some great beach time.
  • During the winter months (May to August) we often get beach days and the sunsets in the winter months are breathtaking.

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