Behind Table Mountain, nestled between the majestic Twelve Apostles and Lions Head lies Cape Towns most precious gem: Camps Bay.
With its famous palm tree lined, white sandy beaches and domineering mountain backdrop, Camps Bay has fast become one of Cape Towns most favourable destinations.
Restaurants, cafes, hotels and the famous Theatre on the Bay are dotted along the trendy beachfront which has become one of Cape Towns first beaches (along with Clifton 4th Beach) to attain the International Blue Flag Status.
Home to some 5000 families, the top state High School in South Africa, and the famous Clifton beaches; Camps Bay boasts some of the most prestigious properties in Cape Town with views that are priceless.
A number of sports clubs reside in the area; Bowls, Cricket, Soccer, Squash and Tennis and Lifesaving are a few of the older established clubs.
There are a hoast of attractions for the foreign visitors and locals. They are listed in more detail under the attractions section of this website.
This holiday makers paradise has always been a popular spot since the estate of Camps Bay was opened to the public.
The biggest attractions during the days of the Camps Bay Tramway, amid the grandeur of the mountains and white sandy beach were; The Pagoda restaurant and bar, the salt water baths and the Rotunda roller skating rink. These attractions have long since been demolished and in the case of the Rotunda renovated into The Bay Hotel.