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Sea Point Promenade
Almost any time of day, the Sea Point Promenade is full of walkers and joggers, many of them residents from the apartments nearby. Though named after Sea Point, the best-known of the areas the walkway fronts, the three-mile promenade begins in Granger Bay, closer to the city, goes past the red-and-white-striped lighthouse of Mouille Point, Sea Point itself (don’t miss the Art Deco Pavilion, site of many international fashion shoots), before curving around to the dramatic Riviera-looking Bantry Bay. For anyone interested, you can carry on for several miles, high above the cliffside apartment buildings of Clifton, and end in Camps Bay. All along the way – except along the fairly long Clifton stretch – there are restaurants and coffee shops.
By Ted Botha
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271C Sea Point Promenade, Sea Point, Cape Town, 8060, South Africa