October 05, 2017
Get your dose of Vitamin Sea

Get your dose of Vitamin Sea

Summer is almost around the corner, so there’ no better time to start planning your holiday! Whether you’re a local or a visitor, there is one thing that you should not miss in Cape Town – some well-deserved beach time. Cape Town is famous for its cold Atlantic Ocean water, but also for the white sands, blue water and beautiful people. Pack your swimsuit and your sunscreen and let’s take a tour of our beaches!

Clifton Beaches

Looking for a sun filled relaxing day at the beach? The four Clifton beaches are hidden gems considered some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Don’t miss the opportunity to take a photo of the clear sea, or snap a selfie with the mountain backdrop.

Camps Bay Beach

Palm trees, people watching and cocktails at sunset – does this sound like your cup of tea? Then Camps Bay beach is the perfect location for you. If the water is too cold, enjoy splashing around in the tidal pool and watch the sun go down with a rum cocktail in your hand at one of the stylish venues overlooking the bay.

Muizenberg Beach

One of the safest, eco-conscious beach we have, which has earned Muizenberg the Blue Flag status, making this beach family friendly and all round fun. Take a stroll, eat an ice cream or be a bit adventurous and get a surfing lessons from one of the amazing surf schools you find right there on the beach.

Boulders Beach

Ever seen a video of cats dressed in tuxedos? Well this is not quite that, but at Boulders Beach you will see the original animal tuxedo, as it is probably the only place in the world where you can get up close to the African Penguins. Take a walk on the boardwalk and watch them sunbathe or trot along in pairs.


Bloubergstrand beach offers amazing wind for the majority of the year, making it very popular with surfers and kite surfers. Situated a comfortable 20 minute drive from Cape Town, enjoy a variety of outdoor sports, longs walks and a spectacular view of Table Mountain.

Share this Blog