Clifton 4th Beach
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The famous Clifton Beaches 1,2,3, and 4. Even if the rest of Cape Town is windy, these beaches are often sheltered from the South Easter winds.
Clifton Beach, on Cape Town’s dreamy Atlantic seaboard, is actually a series of four beaches – first, second, third and fourth – separated by large granite boulders. With its white sands, turquoise-coloured ocean and magnificent views, it was recognised by National Geographic as one of the best…
If the wind is blowing in Camps Bay, venture over to Clifton 4th. Wind Free, iconic beach!
Clifton Beaches 1st to 4th are world known for their beauty and seclusion. Spectacular setting - be sure you are brave enough to endure the cold water though!
There are 4 Clifton Beaches within a 1km long bay in Cape Town - each with its own characteristic. This being the bigger more popular one where you can spend the day tanning, lazing around & gazing at the gorgeous turquoise water. Often motor yachts anchor just offshore which adds to the charm of…
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