Popular Lettings in Camps Bay
Highlights in Camps Bay
- Gorgeous beaches
- Upmarket bars and clubs
- Fine dining
- Stunning natural location
- Vibrant nightlife
Most popular in Camps Bay
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Camps Bay
The silhouettes of the Twelve Apostles cliffs in the background make Camp bay one of the most instagrammed places on Earth; the ultimate hangout for the indulgent, the elite, the beautiful and the wealthy. There are some beautiful holiday rentals available right on the beach overlooking the dramatic Atlantic Ocean, putting you right in the heart of the action. If you prefer a letting which is away from the crowds, opt for the spectacular holiday rentals nestled in the forests where the town meets the cliffs that sternly overlook it. The views over the town and surrounding area are staggering!Opulent holiday rentals galore
Camp Bay is a high-class destination, and not surprisingly, the lettings are also of an exceptional quality. The area offers a fine mix of flats and houses which stand out for their deluxe splendour. Floor-to-ceiling windows, sea and mountain views, open-plan living areas and fully equipped modern kitchens are all par for the course in Camps Bay
Holidays in Camps Bay
The area and getting around
Camps Bay is near to the centre of Cape Town, just 20 minutes from the city’s main sights, and served by a regular bus service. The bay is lauded for its location at the foothills of the absurdly scenic Twelve Apostles range, which forms part of Table Mountain. Camps Bay is known both as a fine beach destination and an ultra-trendy neighbourhood filled with posh bars and restaurants. Cape Town's jet set descend on the luscious crescent of sand for some serious people-watching in the summer, and tourists come to see a place that blends urban swank with natural beauty like almost no place else.Experience Cape Town’s hedonistic reputation in Camps Bay
Camps Bay is the playground of Cape Town's elite, and the epitome of extravagant beach-side merriment and frolics. If you're looking for a few drinks at a bar, live music, DJs, or just to dance the night away, you can't go wrong with Camp Bay’s prodigious bars and clubs.
Travellers and activities
Nightlife in Camps Bay appeals for its plethora of fancy cocktail bars, chic restaurants and flashy nightclubs, which all open out onto a stunning stretch of white beach, flanked by the Atlantic Ocean. You will find extravagant, luxurious settings for sundowners, delicious dining options, razzle-dazzle and sophistication unseen elsewhere in Cape Town. Don’t miss Café Caprice, the epitome of Cape Town’s cosmopolitan social scene and the ultimate sunset viewing spot.Camps Bay for beach lovers
Camps Bay is without doubt one of the world’s most famous and glitzy beaches, and for good reason. It offers tranquil seas, fine white sand separated from the road by majestic palm trees, an outrageous natural setting and some of the Cape Town’s trendy bars and restaurants. To escape the crowds in high season, head to Beta beach just to the south of Camps Bay, which is actually a series of picture-perfect beaches and coves of white sand which offer peace, fantastic sunsets and completely safe swimming. All backed of course, by the majestic Twelve Apostles mountains.
Afrikaans is the most spoken language in Camps Bay! But don’t worry, English is also widely spoken and understood!
Top 5 travel tips in Camps Bay
Camps Bay is known among locals as the top destination for seafood restaurants! Check out, Paranga – right on the beachfront, this upscale restaurant boasts unobstructed views of the ocean best admired from its sidewalk tables.Shop til you drop at the African Craft Market
This open-air extravaganza is the number one place in Cape Town to browse traditional souvenirs from all over the country and beyond. They including hand-carved statues and leather crafts, and are much cheaper than in shops located in the city centre!3. Catch a show at the Theatre on the Bay
For a spot of high South African culture, head to intimate the venue of Theatre on the Bay, which brings you a full spectrum of dramatic arts from cabaret and plays to comedy and musicals.4. Discover the local cafe culture
The main road of Camps Bay is constantly abuzz with activity and is home to a wealth of cute little cafes and coffee shops which boast outdoor seating that faces the beach. They are a big draw for locals and tourists alike, serving the finest African coffee and mouthwatering pastries.5. Take in the epic sunsets!
There are too many sunsets to count in Camps Bay. Every evening, the sun goes down over the azure waters of the ocean to dramatic effect, as thousands of lucky visitors watch on in awe. So get a spot in one of the many bars on the seafront, order a cocktail and toast to your South African dream holiday!