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January 23, 2013

Camps Bay in photos: scenery second to none

Set against the magnificent backdrop of the Twelve Apostles mountains and Lion's Head is one of Cape Town's largest and most beautiful beaches, Camps Bay.

Camps Bay, along with the Clifton beaches, was one of Cape Town's first beaches to attain international Blue Flag status. It's packed with some of the most contemporary and popular places in Cape Town, making it the place to go if you'd like to see and be seen.

Priceless views of Lion's Head (pictured), the Twelve Apostles mountains and Table Mountain surround Camps Bay. Photo courtesy of Neil Howard

Camps Bay and the adjacent Clifton beaches lit up brightly by the sunset. Photo courtesy of Damien du Toit

Maiden's Cove on Camps Bay has a tidal pool where you can have the experience of swimming in the ocean, without really being in the ocean. Photo courtesy Danie van der Merwe

The Twelve Apostles mountains bathed in sunlight. Photo courtesy of webleon

Imagine lying in the sun on these rocks and feeling the cool spray of the ocean's waves on your skin. Photo courtesy of gconard

 The sunset paints the sky in myriad colours. Photo courtesy of RobW_

Camps Bay boasts some of the most prestigious (and pricey) properties in Cape Town. Photo courtesy of gonzo1985

The promenade is lined with restaurants and bars, leaving visitors spoiled for choice. Photo courtesy of alcuin

A view of Camps Bay from the sky. Photo courtesy of Bertrand Duperrin

For more information, or for bookings, contact Cape Town Tourism on +27 (0)86 132 2223 or info@capetown.travel

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