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Clifton Beach

Hotels near Clifton Beach, Cape Town, South Africa .

Being a city close to the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Town definitely has a lot of beaches that it can be proud of. One of these beaches is the Clifton Beach, which is known as one of the trendier set in Cape Town. It lures in a lot of the international jetsetters due to its immaculately clean white sands as well as glistening water.

Adding to the lure of the beach are the many bronzed bodies as well as designer swimsuits that may be spotted in the area. It is often referred to as the beach where people go to “to see and be seen”. However, this area does not necessarily indicate the beach alone, as the beach has a corresponding suburb which does not fall short in terms of accommodations as well.

The beach is actually divided into four parts, and each of the beaches can be reached by a flight of stairs from the road where those who have vehicles can park.

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