Camps Bay Beach - Vibrant Cosmopolitan

Camps Bay beach is one of the most popular beaches in Cape Town. With lush green mountains in the background and the wide open ocean before you, there is no doubt as to why this amazing beach draws swimmers, sun bathers and families looking for fun. A vibrant cosmopolitan beachfront, Camps Bay will keep you coming back for more.

The ever popular Camps Bay beach is situated just behind Lion's Head in Cape Town and the Twelve Apostles mountain range forms a backdrop. A eagerly sought after residential area, Camps Bay's coast is notable for its rough mountainous features. Not far from Clifton, Camps Bay beach is marked by beautiful sands, a row of palm trees reaching up to the sky and a lovely grassy picnic area. Emerging from the sands of the beach are massive boulders and impressive rock formations which are said to be millions of years old. This unique beauty of Camps Bay has attracted several film production companies which have located their advertising and photographic shoots here. Visitors to the beach will be in awe of the magnificent views of Lion's Head as well as the Table Mountain's upper cable station. With Camps Bay being such a hotspot, its a good idea to get there early, especially if you are hoping to find some shade. Many visitors spend the entire day relaxing at Camps Bay, enjoying a picnic or a braai (barbecue). The ablutions are well maintained and a fantastic paddling pool will keep the children entertained for hours.

Nearby is the Promenade entertainment complex. Here you will find several dining spots, trendy stores, up market boutiques, banks, beauty salons and so forth. If you are looking for a South African paradise with magical scenery, white sandy beach, stunning blue Atlantic Ocean and world-class tourist conveniences, Cape Town's Camps Bay is your ideal vacation destination.


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