The Llandudno Beach is a quiet and undisturbed beach located in the suburbs of Cape Town. With no street lights, shops or restaurants, this beach is for those who enjoy the tranquillity of untouched natural surroundings. Surrounded by granite boulders that overlook the mountains, the beach is well-known for surfing.
Boulders Penguin Colony, located on Boulders beach, is a nature reserve home to a colony of 3000 African penguins. It is the only place where you can see the penguins closely. The best time is during the breeding season, from March to May. The Boulders Beach is also home to many dunes divided by large boulders from where it derives its name. It is also very popular for its gentle waves (making swimming easy even for kids) and clear rock pools. Parking is available at either end of the reservation on Seaforth Road and Bellevue Road.
A popular beach town, Muizenberg is located on the shore of the Cape Peninsula where it meets the False Bay coast. Muizenberg is an ideal holiday destination and is best known as a surfing spot. It is also visited for other water sports like blokarting, sailing, diving, kite surfing, and fishing. The main attraction here is the Muizenberg Beach with its colourful huts.
Fish Hoek Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Cape Town, located in the False Bay area of Cape Peninsula. It is known for surfing, kayaking, sunbathing, fishing and angling. There is a children’s play area at the Southern end. Between June and November, Southern Right Whales can be spotted here.
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Noordhoek Beach is known for its vast, sandy shores, and the wreck of a steamship called Kakapo at the Southern end. It is located on Chapman Peak’s Drive in Cape Town. Since it is a windy beach, surfing, dolphin spotting, horse riding and kite flying are popular activities. The beach is bordered by the Kommetjie Lighthouse and is best visited around sunset. Car parking and toilets are available, but beach shacks are not.
Scarborough Beach is the jewel of Cape Town in the tiny hamlet of Scarborough. This beach is just a walk away from Cape Point Nature Reserve and is famous for surfing. It has long sandy beaches, crystal clear water of the Atlantic ocean, and a spectacular backdrop of the rocky mountains.
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