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Go for sundowners on one of the Blue Flag Beaches of Clifton
Do what the locals do at the end of the day, and cruise down to Clifton Fourth Beach - famous for stunning, golden sunsets - for a sundowner on one of Cape Town's Blue Flag Beaches.
Do what the locals do at the end of the day, and cruise down to Clifton Fourth Beach or Clifton's gay friendly third beach, stylish 2nd or residents' 1st, famous for stunning, golden sunsets - for a sundowner.
One of the ways locals in Cape Town end their day is to go for a sundowner on Clifton Beach, on one of Cape Town's Blue Flag Beaches. Clifton in Cape Town is legendary for its stunning sunsets.
Every day, armed with wine, snacks, blankets and candles, large groups of Capetonians drive down to Clifton Fourth beach. To witness the sun slip in to the Atlantic Ocean. The darker it gets, the more candles are lit and slowly but surely Clifton Beach changes into a sea of candlelight.
It is the perfect way to conclude the day with friends, or with your loved one. Take with some finger foods, a good bottle of South African wine, candles and a warm blanket and snuggle up close to each other while the sun disappears behind the horizon.
How too get there? Take Beach Road (M6), and follow the signs Clifton and Camps Bay. Clifton Four is situated before La Med Beach Club. Bring with: Wine, drinks, blankets, candles and good company.
If you want to spend the night in Clifton, there is plenty of accommodation in Clifton. Consider staying at:
Read more on Clifton and find all Accommodation at Clifton Beach on our Clifton Beach Accommodation and Information page.
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