Approx. 80% of all Cape Town helicopter flights take course from the waterfront towards Camps Bay, the 12 Apostle Mountains, Landudno to the Gape of Good Hope. The Atlantic coast of South Africa offers many attractions.
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Camps Bay is one of the most popular holiday destinations in South Africa. The sandy beach will great you with tall palm trees and crystal blue water were the mountains in the background reflect. Of course a day at the beach makes one hungry, many restaurants and cafés are open through the year to offer something for anyone taste.
Jan van Riebeeck arrived at the Cape in 1652 and discovered this beach behind Table Mountain.
Many governors came and left before the narrow road to Camps Bay was 1848 widened.
They named it Lady Smiths Pass, later on the name changed to Kloof Road which still is used up to day.
In Camps Bay around 5500 families live there, and its boosting with the most prestigious properties in Cape Town.
Also the schools are of the best high standard in the country. Just around the corner the famous Clifton beach makes its beautiful appearance.
Coming over the Kloof Road seeing first the majestic Table Mountain 0n the left and lions head on the right, as this is not enough the coast road with its many beaches comes into view. Tourists that have seen this spectacle before are not likely to forget this view.
Besides the lovely beaches, swimming and sun tanning, visiting various restaurants a number of sporting clubs are also present.
Bowling, cricket, soccer, squash and tennis are some of them.
For the safety at the beach a trained lifesaving club is always on standby to help out if any emergency occurs.
If you are looking for a perfect holiday and to rent first class accommodation,recreation, watching endless sunsets from your veranda, Camps Bay is definitive the right place for you.
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