Sweeping views of the ocean and the mountain range behind you, pristine white sand beaches, five-star restaurants on your doorstep – it doesn’t get much better than Clifton and Camps Bay. A firm favourite of the international jet setters, properties in these two suburbs are still mostly owned by South Africans, with foreign buyers making up only 10% of the market according to Lance Cohen from Seeff. Still, it’s not uncommon to overhear a mix of European languages as you stroll down Victoria Road in high season, and it’s no wonder when you take in the natural beauty that surrounds you.

Eat like a local

  • Umi – stylish Japanese restaurant with an amazing view
  • Baked Bistro – great breakfasts
  • The Rumbillion at the Roundhouse – al fresco lunches on the lawns
  • The Leopard Bar at 12 Apostles – glamorous sundowners
  • Bungalow Restaurant & Lounge – fine dining

Top schools

  • Camps Bay primary and high school
  • Llandudno primary
  • Hout Bay International school

Things to do

  • Hit the pristine beaches
  • Try stand up paddle boarding
  • Enjoy a show at Theatre on the Bay
  • Go on a day tour of the area

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Clifton Camps Bay Infographic

 

 

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