Beautiful white sandy beach,with crystal clear blue waters.
One of the few clean beaches I’ve come across. There has been a increase of hawkers though, hope it’s controlled.
Love the fact that there are plenty of small food shops just across the street and you can almost find all kind of differnt foods.
Acually I’ve been going there,since I arrived here so I’v got a lot of experiences there and I can recommend you going there guys coz you can have a lot of fun.
The other place that I can suggest in Camps Bay it’s called Cafe Caprice.
Whether it’s for sundowners in the summer months or for the great winter burger special, Café Caprice never fails to disappoint.
Situated on the world famous Camps Bay Strip, Caprice has been around since 2001 and still enjoys a faithful following from locals and international visitors particularly students.
The views of the Atlantic Ocean, the white sand, palm trees and Lions Head to the left is amzing so you will have an enjoyable time.
Clifton is the heart of Cape Town’s beach scene, pulsating with the energy of the bronzed and beautiful. It’s a place to see and be seen.
This means that Clifton can generally be relied upon for perfect conditions in summer, even when the wind chases people off other beaches. Temperatures can soar on the back beach, but down near the water’s edge the icy sea has a welcome cooling effect. Here, on the hard, wet sand, more active types work up a sweat with beach bats and frisbees, periodically taking a refreshing dunk in the shallows. Others prefer a quick shower to cool off when roasting in the sun gets uncomfortably hot. Vendors ply the beaches selling snacks and drinks, so it is possible to spend a few hours on the beach without wandering far. Each of the four beaches has its own special character.
There is an amazing restaurant which is called Bungalow Restaurant & Lounge.
On the lips of the Atlantic Ocean and skirting the South African province of the Western Cape is the chic Bungalow Restaurant & Lounge. This is more than a trendy escape at which to enjoy fine dining and excellent wines (although that can safely be expected). The Bungalow is about a cunning meeting of glam and glitzy with all things earthy and rustic.