Camps Bay

Camps Bay is a neighborhood of Cape Town and the “Place to Be” if you like beach, going out, great food and strolling.

While the rock stars and models of the world go out and sunbathe on the flat white beach, the South Africans love to show off their muscular body and play volleyball here. A place to see and be seen!
But the beach at Camps Bay is also a great place for the family to enjoy themselves with a scoop and a bucket.
On the south side is a tidal pool and on the north side the coast is most suitable for surfers among you.

Camps Bay is pretty much the St. Tropez of Cape Town. It is located beneath the Twelve Apostles and Lion’s Head, on the palm tree-lined beach of the Atlantic Ocean. The V&A Waterfront is a 20-minute drive away.

There are lots of beautiful accommodations in this area, but it is also teeming with restaurants and bars, and what could be nicer than sitting at the end of the day, sitting down with a drink and watching the sun go down behind the palm trees. In terms of accommodation, you can, for example, choose Ocean View House or Primi Royal Boutique Hotel.

From Camps Bay you can also undertake all kinds of activities, there are organized bike tours. And if you really want to be active, there are plenty of hiking and walking tours around Lionshead, Table Mountain and Kloofnek.
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