Secret Beaches of the Atlantic Seaboard in Cape Town
Cape Town has many beautiful beaches. The four World famous beautiful Clifton beaches as well as Camps Bay beach with all it’s trendy bars and restaurants are the playground of the rich and famous. However, we at Green Point accommodation can reveal some of the locals favourite secret beaches that are less crowded.
The path to this beach leads off Victoria Road when driving towards Hout Bay after leaving Camps Bay.
Glen Beach is separated from Camps Bay by massive boulders, a popular spot for watching the sunset. Much smaller than its sister beach, Camps Bay, Glen Beach boasts white sand and a sheltered place to sunbathe and frolic in the water. It is popular amongst dog walkers and is frequented by surfers and body boarders. It is sheltered by beach villas and boulders and is the ideal place to be away from the madding crowd on the busy beach next door – making you feel as though you are enjoying your own personal beach with sunsets created just for you.
This beach is not for the faint of heart as it is known throughout the Peninsula as being a nudist beach. Luckily unlike other popular nudist beaches around the world, you don’t have to walk around in your birthday suit but do have to respect that others prefer to enjoy the sun with nothing on. It’s ideally situated just around the corner from the well-loved Llandudno Beach and is known also for its beautiful white sand. It is Cape Town’s most inaccessible beach and the only way to get to it is via a 20-minute walk – hence its popularity as a nudist beach.
Table View Beach
Ideal for Kite Surfing.
Where you get the best view of Table Mountain, and where you can walk on the beach for miles…