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Fish Hoek, Table View, Green Point, Bloubergstrand, Century City, V&A Waterfront, Constantia, De Waterkant, Llandudno, Rondebosch, Durbanville, Cape Town, Noordhoek, Muizenberg, Cape Town City Centre / CBD, Sea Point, Hout Bay, Simon's Town, Milnerton, Bellville
Table Mountain, Long Street, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Noon Gun, Heart of Cape Town Museum, Lions Head, Two Oceans Marathon, Koopmans-de Wet House, Chavonnes Battery Museum, Two Oceans Aquarium, Castle of Good Hope, District Six Museum, Holocaust Centre, Groot Constantia, Newlands Brewery, Rhodes Memorial, Greenmarket Square, The Company's Garden, South African Museum and Planetarium, Orange Kloof, South African National Gallery , Hout Bay Leopard, Newlands Stadium, Blue Train, Long Street Baths, Signal Hill, St George's Cathedral, Whisky Live Festival
There are so many thing to do here but what I enjoyed most was being centrally located with so many day trip options available.
Camps Bay is an affluent seaside suburb and popular international holiday destination close to the centre of Cape Town, situated on the west face of Table Mountain, surrounded by a vast nature reserve and overlooking the blue Atlantic Ocean.
The glorious long white sandy beach, crystalline water and lovely seaside strip make it a favourite destination for locals and tourists alike. Visitors coming over the mountain looking over Camps Bay, gasp in amazement at the scenic beauty.
The staggering beauty of the mountains and sea is astonishing. Down to the westside is the broad sweep of the wide pure white beach and vast view over the Atlantic Ocean, overlooked by the soaring grandeur of the Twelve Apostles mountains.
The boulevard is lined with palm trees along the beach, pavement cafes, bistros and glamorous restaurants on the village side. The affluent suburb is built into the slopes of the mountain, in the midst of thousands of acres of protected Nature Reserve, the Cape Floral Kingdom World Heritage Site.
It is not surprising that international tourists come back again year after year. It is a favourite destination for movie and rock stars, models and the rich and famous.
The number one attraction in Camps Bay is the magnificent Beach. The Beach has International Blue Flag status and there are lifeguards in summer. It is extremely wide with pristine fine white sand, providing lots of space for many people lounging about on deck chairs under umbrellas, as well as being suitable for volleyball tournaments and various watersports.
A mobile Surf School conducts lessons on the beach, giving 2 hour lessons and providing the wet suits and equipment. The Sea Rescue Base is on the main beach.
There are several smaller beaches as well. Glen beach is tiny, in a gorgeous setting hidden behind huge boulders. It is a favourite beach... Show more