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Rondebosch, Durbanville, Simon's Town, Green Point, Camps Bay, Century City, Bellville, De Waterkant, Muizenberg, Constantia, Cape Town, V&A Waterfront, Hout Bay, Sea Point, Milnerton, Cape Town City Centre / CBD, Bloubergstrand, Noordhoek, Fish Hoek, Table View
Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Lions Head, District Six Museum, Holocaust Centre, Groot Constantia, The Company's Garden, South African Museum and Planetarium, Orange Kloof, South African National Gallery , Hout Bay Leopard, Long Street Baths, Signal Hill, Duiker Island, St George's Cathedral
Single entrance into the suburb, no street lights, zero shops, secure, and prime real estate overlooking pristine white beach and sapphire seas. This is how Llandudno could be described in a single sentence.
Llandudno’s 200m Blue Flag white sandy beach, Milkwood forest, massive granite boulders and unspoiled dunes are best admired from the coastal road. A great deal of creative architecture was employed to blend many of the exquisite homes into their natural surroundings, some properties practically cling to the slopes of Little Lion’s Head.
Llandudno’s sparkling beach is enjoyed by sun worshippers and surfers alike. Members of the Llandudno Surf Lifesaving club have their clubhouse under the Milkwood trees and a limited parking area gives visitors the opportunity to escape the crowds.
Llandudno is a short 5 minute drive to Camps Bay along a scenic coastal road mostly devoid of development and a 3 minute drive in the opposite direction will get you to the beautiful Hout Bay enclave. The suburb is protected from the strong southerly winds by surrounding mountains and the rocky outcrop north of the beach causes uniform wave barrels loved by surfers.
If you’re looking to escape the crowds and enjoy a private, relaxing seaside holiday, Llandudno offers the perfect getaway from all things commercial.
Things to do
Take along a beach activity to enjoy on Llandudno’s beach or swim the chilly waters supervised by lifeguards.
Looking for a complete, all round tan? South Africa’s first unofficial nudist beach Sandy Bay neighbours Llandudno, a 25 minute coastal walk from Llandudno beach.
Llandudno is a primo surfing spot for its clean barrel waves. Recommended for experienced surfers only.
Visit the Kramat (Muslim holy burial ground) along the coastal road to sample the waters from the eternal spring. The Kramat is believed to have survived many a forest fire without man’s intervention.
The Llandudno Sports Club has tennis and... Show more
Self Catering places can be found from rural to urban areas and can vary in what they offer. They allow plenty freedom and is a great inexpensive way to spend your holiday. They have been widely classified as a “Home away from home”. This is a good option for guests who don’t mind cooking their own food, and are looking for a more independent and flexible form of accommodation. For budget and large families, we would recommend self-catering for a more personalised experience.