Cape Town, South Africa is Home to Some Pretty Unique & Quirky Beaches


Cape Town offers an abundance of stunning oceanfront attractions, and beautiful beaches are one of the things that it’s best known for. Some of the beaches in this South African metropolis are quite unique and offer show-stopping attractions that you can’t find anywhere else but here, starting with these three.

Boulders Beach

You probably don’t expect to run into a colony of penguins while in South Africa, but that’s exactly the kind of experience that Boulders Beach has in store. Countless tourists flock to its shore in the hope they’ll get a glimpse of resident African penguins in their natural habitat.

Clifton Beach

Clifton is one of Cape Town’s most affluent suburbs, and its main beach is worth checking out. It’s renowned for its pristine white sand and crystal-clear waters and offers quite a unique atmosphere because it’s divided into four smaller coves with their own vibe, but Clifton 4 is definitely the most popular.

Muizenberg Beach

Cape Town is home to many colorful spots, but none of them comes even close to Muizenberg Beach. Safely tucked away on the False Bay coastline, this beach is home to vibrant Victorian-style beach huts that transformed it into one of Cape Town’s most Instagram-friendly spots.


Nikoleta P
Nikoleta P
Nikoleta is a full-time content writer and pop culture observer with a Master’s Degree in Communication. She enjoys indie movies, classic books, hilarious memes, and daydreaming about all the places she’s going to see.
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