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Surfing, Body Boarding and Sunsets on Llandudno Beach in Cape Town
The most popular beach for surfing, body boarding, sundowners and sunbathing.
Further along the coastline of Cape Town, just after Camps Bay and Bakoven, you will find one of the most beautiful beaches in Cape Town: Llandudno Beach. This laid- back beach is popular for surfing, body boarding, sunbathing and sundowners. The sunsets at Llandudno are stunning.
The charm of Llandudno beach lies in its remote location. The beach is quieter than Camps Bay and Clifton. There are no shops, restaurants and bars nearby, but a few vendors are usually walking around: Selling snacks, drinks and ice creams. Deck chairs and umbrellas are available for daily rental.
Activities on Llandudno beach: Body boarding, sheltered sunbathing, sunset picnics, braaing, whale watching in season (September - December), surfing, swimming, bodyboarding and snorkeling. Also it is a slightly quieter beach in Cape Town where the kids can play all day.
Find the right beach for you when in Cape Town, read our selection of Cape Town's 10 Best Beaches
More beach activities in and around Cape Town:
Tan & chill on Clifton's Trendy Beaches
Fun in the Sun on Camps Bay Beach
Kite surfing on Blouberg Beach
Surfing and Kite Flying on Noordhoek Beach
For Accommodation in Llandudno, click here
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