Cape Town South Africa

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Cape Town Beaches

Cape Town is almost as famous for its beaches as for its winelands, we bring you a sample of our favourites. Click on a photo for an enlarged version, please close the window when you have finished viewing the photo.


Bloubergstrand

On the West Coast, family beaches with spectacular views of Table Mountain.

Bloubergstrand

Camps Bay

Family beach and a popular venue for beach sports.

Camps Bay Beach

Clifton

Beautiful bodies and one of the most elite areas of Cape Town.

Clifton Beach

Fish Hoek

Excellent restaurant on the beach at this very family oriented venue. Safe bathing.

Fish Hoek Beach

Hout Bay

Popular family beach with plenty of facilities nearby including restaurants, shops and the Mariners Wharf waterfront development.

Hout Bay Beach

Llandudno

Secluded beach between Hout Bay and the Atlantic suburbs of Camps Bay and Clifton. Also popular with surfers and not far from the nudist beach at Sandy Bay.

Llandudno Beach

Long Beach

Noordhoek, popular with surfers and with early morning and evening horse riders. Some of the best waves in the peninsula occur here.

Long Beach

Muizenberg

Once known as millionaires row, Muizenberg has become a bit of a backwater although there are plans to upgrade the area. The beach seems to go on forever.

Muizenberg

Sandy Bay

Llandudno, mainly nudist beach.

Sandy Bay
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