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If Cape Town is the Riviera of South Africa, then Camps Bay is its beating heart. Winner of the best city of 2013 award, a stay in the Mother City would not be complete without a visit to the Camps Bay strip, renowned for its beaches, gastronomy, nightlife and beautiful people.

Conveniently located within walking distance to popular beaches and only 25 minutes away from Cape Town International Airport, Camps Bay is not only central but is also a superb setting – an idyllic blend of beach and mountain scenery at every corner.

Situated within driving distance of the vibrant and historical city centre and the bustling V&A Waterfront, you can’t go wrong with this Camps Bay address! Also within close proximity for day and weekend trips, are the wine farms of Stellenbosch and Robben Island.


We are spoilt for choice when it comes to eating out in Cape Town and the following restaurants are highly recommended.

Award Winning
A gourmet laboratory on the city’s food map, fine dining, top 3 restaurant in South Africa. Luke Dale Roberts is considered to be the most dynamic chef in the country. Located in Woodstock (15 minute drive).
Fine dining, classical French with a South African twist. Ranked in the top 10 best restaurants in South Africa. Situated on a beautiful estate in the Constantia Valley. Peter Templehoff is Cape Town’s first Relais & Chateaux Grands Chef (30 minute drive).
Fine dining in a beautiful setting. Has made the top 50 restaurants in the world list on a number of occasions. The restaurant has recently relocated to the picturesque Silvermist organic wine estate at the top of Constantia Nek (30 minute drive).
Culinary and visual inspiration for diners, tapas style restaurant. Located at the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock (15 minute drive).
Luke Dale-Roberts, chef-patron of the Test Kitchen and Pot Luck Club has opened this restaurant in the heart of Cape Town. The atmosphere is of a private dining club and the menu features a small but excellent choice of fine dining options.
Camps Bay & Surrounds
Luke Dale-Roberts' newest addition offers a fine-dining experience with the focus being on seafood and ‘root to leaf’ dining with a waste-not-want-not approach. Situated on the foothills of Table Mountain overlooking the Atlantic Ocean
A Camps Bay institution! Good sushi bar and a variety of fresh fish cooked to order. A down to earth atmosphere which is contrasting to the glitzy restaurants lining the beachfront.
Sophisticated fine dining, one of the first in Cape Town, very consistent with regards to food quality and service.
Highly experienced chefs serving honest, uncomplicated, good food made with the best local ingredients.
An eclectic inspired restaurant and bar set in a magnificent Victorian house on the famous Kloof Street.
Known as Cape Town’s ‘foodie haven’ with an impressive and inspiring tapas menu that changes daily. The venue exudes both character and style.
Cape Winelands
Situated on the Babylonstoren farm which boasts an incredible food garden, fresh ingredients prepared in a simplistic and healthy fashion.
Local fare flavoured with global influences, the food is sophisticated, fresh, simple and delicious. Set in a chic interior of an 18th century Manor House this restaurant is a visual delight.
Food and wine pairing at its best, fantastic setting overlooking the Franschhoek valley.
Fresh local ingredients prepared in a creative fashion, this restaurant has been voted in the Conde Nast readers choice awards as one of the best value restaurants in the Winelands
At Foliage, anything goes and they build the menu around what’s growing now, what’s available, and they play with that.
Signature style “bistro chic” with creative pairings and dishes infused with flavor. Situated on a spectacular estate boasting an impressive art collection. Delaire Graff is one of the best lunch spots in the Cape Winelands.
Design, furniture, lifestyle, restaurants and an excellent organic market
Informal market offering tourist souvenirs and local art
Arts, crafts, fashion and food, located in an old fish factory
Creative hub offering art galleries, retail stores, restaurants and market space
Large commercial retail outlet featuring international shopping brands
High end fashion, international labels and local arts and crafts
Camps Bay Beach
Incredible setting, soft white sand and aqua marine seas, Camps Bay Beach is the place to be during the summer months. Referred to as the “Mini Miami” with its Mediterranean feel.
Clifton Beaches
A series of sandy coves separated by dramatic cliffs, granite boulders and expensive real estate.
Clifton 4th Beach is the best spot for watching beautiful people.
Llandudno Beach
Llandudno Beach, at the base of the steep slopes of the Twelve Apostles mountain range and flanked by massive boulders, is one of those beautiful beaches that seems to have it all.
Boulders Beach
Boulders Beach is a sheltered beach made up of inlets between granite boulders, from which the name originated. It is located in the Cape Peninsula, near Simon's Town towards Cape Point. Here you will find the local inhabitants—African penguins in their thousands.

Our list of “Must Do” activities during your stay in Cape Town:

Cape Peninsula Tour
The most scenically beautiful parts of our coastline including Hout Bay, Cape Point, Penguin Colony, Kalk Bay, Constantia Valley and Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Scheduled tours starting from R770.00 per person or private chauffeur drives from R2800.00 (1 -2 people).
Winelands Tour
Enjoy the many wine estates and gourmet restaurants surrounding the towns of Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. Attractions include Monkey Town, Cheetah Sanctuary, Raptor Centre and the Motor Museum. Scheduled tours starting from R770.00 per person or private chauffeur drives from R2800.00 (1 – 2 people).
Township Tour
Experience the other side of Cape Town and gain an insight into the history and past injustices. Witness the struggles, reconstruction and development of social initiatives and get a first hand taste of township life. Scheduled tours from R620.00 per person for morning excursions or R740.00 for the evening excursion which includes a cultural dinner with the locals.
City Sightseeing Bus
The best way to see Cape Town is on this hop-on hop-off red City Sightseeing bus.. The cost per ticket ranges from R180 for a one day pass to R280 for a two day pass.
Shark Diving Experience
If you are the adventurous type this one is for you! Head out to Gansbaai (2.5 hour drive) and experience an up close and personal cage dive with Great White sharks. The rate per person is approximately R1950.00 (self-drive) or R2400.00 including transfers.

Below is a 4 day forescast of the weather in Camps Bay

Camps Bay
time: 4:18 am

wind speed: 18 km/h W
sunset: 5:54 pm
Forecast May 15, 2021
wind speed: 14 km/h NNW
Forecast May 16, 2021
wind speed: 7 km/h SW
Forecast May 17, 2021
wind speed: 4 km/h NW
Forecast May 18, 2021
wind speed: 7 km/h NW