9 Cape Town Beaches: The Best Spots For A Great Escapade

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  1. 29. August 2018

    […] of the best views are from Signal Hill, the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Dolphin Beach, Table View or on board a sunset […]

  2. 29. August 2018

    […] You can observe a colony of African penguins, also called donkey penguins because of their loud calls resembling the call of the donkey, at Boulders Beach near Cape Town. […]

  3. 29. August 2018

    […] Drive along the Atlantic and Indian Ocean coastlines; visit the southernmost point of the African continent at Cape Agulhas, where the two oceans meet; explore the Klein Karoo semi-desert; take the Garden Route from Port Elisabeth to Mossel Bay; or follow the Chapmans Peak drive from Cape Town past the Table Mountain to Boulders Beach. […]

  4. 25. March 2019

    […] craziness (unless you want to of course!). Click here for rates and availability. There are plenty of Cape Town beaches, though, so you can pick out which ever one you think fits your style […]

  5. 9. April 2019

    […] with the natural beauty of the mountains and the beaches, these coastal villages are the reason I love Cape Town so much. They have similarities to each […]

  6. 13. October 2019

    […] beach is also one of the most beautiful beaches in Cape Town, it has a dedicated swimming area where you can actually swim with […]

  7. 2. June 2020

    […] to take some photos. It was very quiet and and not half as beautiful as some of the other Cape Town beaches on the peninsula (Clifton and Boulders), but I imagine it’d be more lively in the […]

  8. 13. July 2020

    […] *Check other beautiful Cape Town beaches. […]

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