Cape Town’s most famous beaches, Camps Bay, Clifton 4 and Llandudno, are but a scenic drive away. Renowned as some of the best beaches in the world, all three offer breathtaking locations and spectacular views. Expect beautiful white sand, crystal-clear water and Blue Flag status throughout. Our complimentary shuttle service will take you to Camps Bay, while Clifton and Llandudno are only a skip and a hop either side. Now, which one to choose…
Camps Bay Beach
Camps Bay beach offers spectacular views of Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles and its fine white sand is packed with beautiful people, especially over weekends and during holidays. Camps Bay’s long stretch of beach is perfect for sunbathing and its open flatness means that team activities like Frisbee and social beach volleyball can also be enjoyed by the more active visitors. The sea is, due to Camps Bay’s protected position in the bay, quite calm and good for swimming but the Atlantic Ocean temperature is cold. At the southern end, you will find a tidal pool which is fun, while the northern part is great for surfing. There is a stretch of lawn in front of the beach where picnics are often enjoyed. Camps Bay beach is clean and family friendly.
Home to Millionaire’s Row, fashionable Clifton is known as Cape Town’s St Tropez, and its four beautiful beaches attract holidaymakers in their droves. Yachts floating on a turquoise ocean, white, sandy beaches and beautiful bodies all make up Clifton’s reputation as the French Riviera of South Africa.
The gorgeous sea-facing apartments of Clifton are said to be some of the most sought-after real estate in the world.
This snazzy little suburb offers spectacular ocean views and is close to not one, but four spectacular swimming beaches.
Llandudno Beach is one of those beautiful beaches that seem to have it all. The white crescent shaped beach lies at the base of the steep slopes of the Twelve Apostles and is flanked by massive granite boulders.
One of the most popular chill-out and romantic sundown picnic spots in Cape Town, Llandudno Beach is also the haunt of photographers, surfers, surf skiers and an active lifesaving crowd.
The boulders at the northern side offer some great walking with awesome views.