CAPE TOWN WHERE ALL YOUR SENSES COME ALIVE

The Atlantic Seaboard never fails to revitalize one’s spirits, with the glistening Atlantic Ocean on one side and the magnificent slopes of Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles on the other; one is easily transported by the sheer splendour of the setting.

The Atlantic Seaboard, also known as Cape Town’s ‘Riviera’, stretches from the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront all the way down the west side of the cape peninsula.

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SEA POINT

The Point Shopping Center in Sea Point offers you a bouquet of experiences, retail, professional services, medical, fitness, beauty and convenience.

CLIFTON

This is the ultimate hangout spot of local beauties and international jet setters. Feel free to stare behind designer sunglasses or bask in the golden sun among the hip and the fashionable. This immaculate area has four beaches (conveniently named 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Beach) and has achieved blue flag status due to the turquoise water and white sands. These four beaches are Cape Town’s premier beaches, divided by majestic granite boulders and flooded with gorgeous bodies during summer time.

CAMPS BAY

Just up the road from Clifton you’ll find Camps Bay – a long, sandy beach with palm trees and an incredible promenade lined with cafés, restaurants and cocktail bars. Here Cape Town’s fashionistas mingle with tourists against the spellbinding backdrops of Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles. Have a lazy stroll or a cool cocktail on a sultry summer’s afternoon. Or go further towards Llandudno and try to find the local hidden gem of a beach called Bakoven.

GLEN BEACH

Within walking distance from Camps Bay, Glen Beach is a small beach set in a little enclave and is a favourite surf spot for locals. The area also features Maiden’s Cove: a fantastic family beach just in front of the Glen Country Club.

BANTRY BAY

Bantry Bay lies perched on the rocks overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in one of the most exclusive bays on the Atlantic Seaboard. Long known as the area in Cape Town with the least amount of wind, Bantry Bay is much sought after and, because of its location, it’s an ideal base from which to explore the livelier neighboring Sea Point and surrounds.

GRANGER BAY

Situated in its own little bay on the doorstep of the V&A Waterfront, the suburb of Granger Bay has some of the most sensational views of Table Bay and Robben Island – resulting in a view of the most spectacular sunsets the Mother City has to offer. With its close proximity to the promenade, Granger Bay is ideal for dog walkers and seaside runners and cyclists.

Look upon the ships entering the harbour or spend time with a good book on one of the many benches along the shoreline.

SIGNAL HILL

With the best bird’s eye view of the Atlantic Seaboard Signal Hill connects Kloof Nek to Lion’s Head in the distinctive shape of a lion’s rump. Locals have long favoured the view when packing a picnic basket and champagne and from the vantage point of its 350m high summit, the view on a clear early evening is simply out of this world.

TABLE MOUNTAIN

Yes, the mountain does indeed seem to be as flat as a tabletop when seen from below. But once you’ve climbed your way to the top, you’ll realise that the mountain has many secrets – jealously guarded by the blanket of clouds often surrounding it. For the last 50 year so, the world-famous cable car has made access to the top easier, but the mountain hasn’t lost any of its appeal to hikers, rock climbers and nature lovers.

For Capetonians, the mountain is a symbol of the ethos of Cape Town itself – unpredictable, majestic, multifaceted but always welcoming. You’ll spend a lifetime living in the shadow of the mountain and still discover a new side to it every day.

CAMPS BAY

Just up the road from Clifton you’ll find Camps Bay – a long, sandy beach with palm trees and an incredible promenade lined with cafés, restaurants and cocktail bars. Here Cape Town’s fashionistas mingle with tourists against the spellbinding backdrops of Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles. Have a lazy stroll or a cool cocktail on a sultry summer’s afternoon. Or go further towards Llandudno and try to find the local hidden gem of a beach called Bakoven.