Further south, directly on the Atlantic, lies Camps Bay. It is the largest of the beach bays near the city, with lovely white sand and a particularly attractive sea for surfers. The beach also attracts young people who come here to play beach volleyball, sunbathe, or go jogging. The chic waterfront promenade is full of restaurants, terrace cafés, and local shops. On a green area behind the beach, date palms offer some shade for a picnic. In the background, you can see the mountain range of the Twelve Apostles, which lends this part of the city a unique setting. In case you want to a new perspective: Lion's Head offers a spectacular view of Camps Bay.