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Just up Kloof Nek Road from the center of town is this thriving beach community. Plenty of trendy nightclubs, shops and cafes bring diners and shoppers, while tranquil seas and fine white sand draw sun worshippers and swimmers.
Not the largest beach but wow what a backdrop. The sea is cold for locals but for a Brit like me was fine. I went in September and it was delightful, but because of the relatively small size I imagine would be busy in peak...More
It was our sons bday so we headed to the beach. Broken glass and plastice everywhere. I took a plastic bag and picked up the rubbish and broken glass that i could see. Otherwise a lovely day on the beach.
Bit disgusting to walk along the road and see 4 beaches, completely secluded and not accesible for every1. Walked behind a homeless black person, skimming the trashbins of the awfully rich. The noise of the waves on the boulders is impressive.
Hills and streets and...More
Camps Bay was a perfect location for me. I am not into shopping. I am more on the views and the beach. Standing on the white sandy beach looking at Camps Bay framed by the 12 Apostles Mountain, what more can one ask for.
Camps Bay is a nice clean white sand beach. Lot of pretty restaurants on the mountain perches which provide better views. We could not get in water as it was winter but the backdrop made for interesting photos. Dark and boring at night in winter...More
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Sorry, I just now read your question. Can‘t really say about the restaurant, since it all depends on what you like. We ate a lot of fish in a couple of Restaurants there, which was really good. Unfortunably I don‘t remember... More
Sorry, I just now read your question. Can‘t really say about the restaurant, since it all depends on what you like. We ate a lot of fish in a couple of Restaurants there, which was really good. Unfortunably I don‘t remember the namens.
From the cruise terminal, you will be right in the V&A area. Basically, once you get onto Main Rd heading Southwest, you follow it through Seapoint, onto Victoria Rd and that will bright you right into Camp's Bay.