The Atlantic Seaboard can be considered one of Cape Town’s most popular destinations for both locals and internationals. It stretches along the coast from the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, close to the city bowl, all the way to the western tip of the Cape Peninsula.
Some of South Africa’s top destinations are located in the Atlantic Seaboard area, all of which have their own exclusive reputations. These cosmopolitan suburbs include Llandudno, Camps Bay and Fresnaye, along with Three Anchor Bay, Moullie Point, Sea Point, Green Point and Bantry Bay. All provide spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and mountains that surround the ‘Cape Riviera’, including Table Mountain, Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles.
Palmed-tree lined streets, trendy restaurants and the infamous Clifton beaches are all situated along the Atlantic Seaboard. Clifton beaches are well protected from the wind, with white sandy beaches, tidal pools and a backdrop of the beautiful city of Cape Town. Umbrellas and beach lounges are available to rent while refreshments and the notorious granadilla ice-lollies are on offer.
With an abundance of activities and attractions in and around the area, this tourist mecca of the Cape will leave you wanting more. Atlantic Seaboard accommodation will be sure to satisfy your needs, with a selection of luxury guesthouses, bed and breakfasts, self-catering accommodation and hotels to choose from, you will always find a place to stay while visiting this affluent destination. No matter what your budget, accommodation in Atlantic Seaboard caters to travellers from all walks of life.