Clifton Beach in Cape Town
Clifton, an affluent area in Cape Town, is renowned for its stunning cliff views over the Atlantic Ocean. This area is known locally for its secluded pure white sandy beaches and pristine turquoise sea. Each one is simply named 1st to 4th beach. The area is a big attraction for visitors to Cape Town. Although the sea is not so warm, it does not deter anyone from participating in the choices of water sports available. Each beach has its own attractions. First beach is a well-known surfing area and a big attraction for local surf enthusiasts. Second beach is populated by students with plenty of games like volleyball. Third beach is renowned for its gay culture, whereas fourth beach draws in families. In the summer, visiting yachts can be seen anchored off the coast.
Cape Town BeachesAlthough some visitors may not think of Cape Town as a beach resort, it arguably has some of the best beaches in the world. Spending time by the water during weekends is popular, so many residents will be found sunbathing, swimming in the sea or taking part in various water sports. Even though Clifton beach is a popular area for locals and visitors alike, there are many beautiful beaches in Cape Town such as Camps Bay Beach and Llandudno Beach further down the coast.
The Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront, Cape Town’s central location is an ideal stay for any Clifton Beach- goers. Our hotel offers complimentary shuttle to Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, where you can easily reach the local beaches by local transport links. After a day by the seaside, whether for sunbathing or water sports, you can return to your upscale hotel and take advantage of the premier services on offer.