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Clifton is an exquisite small seaside suburb in Cape Town, overlooking beautiful beaches and the azure Atlantic, built into the steep slopes of Lion’s Head. Clifton is famous for its amazing beauty, with the pure white sandy beaches overlooking the glittering purple blue sea, and the stunning mountain backdrop.
Victoria Road cuts through the middle of Clifton. On one side are beach cottages, with winding steps down to the pearly white beaches. On the upper side are architectural masterpiece houses built into the mountain side, with glorious views over the shimmering ocean. It is no wonder that it is one of the most expensive suburbs in South Africa.
Clifton has a set of 4 different beaches, separated by walls of huge rounded boulders. 4th beach is the most popular, frequented by glamorous people relaxing in the sun. International visitors come back again year after year and it is a favourite destination for movie and rock stars, and the rich and famous.
8 Amazing Reasons to Stay in Clifton
1. The Clifton beaches are famous for their glorious beauty, and are a fabulous place to relax and enjoy the magnificent scenery in the open air beside the sea. You can swim and surf there, both body and board. The beaches attract many visitors, especially in summer.
2. The Mountain Nature Reserve behind Clifton has incredible views where you can go hiking. There is a launch pad at the top where you can paraglide over Clifton down to Maiden’s Cove. Once a month there is a spectacular full moon night walk spiralling round the mountain to the peak.
3. Clifton is between Bantry Bay and Camps Bay. A Boulevard along Victoria Road through Clifton connects them, and you can go running and walking enjoying the views of the ocean and the beautiful mountain landscape.
4. Clifton is purely residential but a short walk... Show more