Beautiful Autumn day at Lagoon Beach, Cape Town

It was a beautiful autumn day in Cape Town, Luke and I were looking for a new beach where he could play in the sea and I could take some photographs.  I then decided to go to Lagoon Beach as you get some of the most beautiful views and what a beautiful afternoon we had.  Luke played in the sea and ran along the beach and played with all sticks he could find and looked for sea snails every where.  Definitely worthwhile to go for a nice sunset walk on the beach to take in the breath taking views.

Lagoon Beach is situated in Milnerton, Cape Town and offers some of the most spectacular views of Cape Town, Table Mountain, Lions Head and even Greenpoint Stadium.  Lagoon Beach flows into a lagoon where you will find loads of children playing around in the mouth of the lagoon, looking for sea snails and just enjoying the water.  The water on this side is relatively cold, so if you do decide to surf here, a wet suit would be recommended.  Lagoon Beach is not known for it’s surf, but you will find quite a few surf ski’s and kayaks out on the water.

At Lagoon Beach you will find the beautiful Lagoon Beach Hotel which is probably one of the only hotels in Cape Town situated right on the beach.  If you would like to go for sun-downers and have one of the best views of Cape Town, then I would definitely recommend Wang Thai in Lagoon Beach where you will not only find amazing cocktails, but they also have good food.Image

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Beautiful views of ships waiting to go into Cape Town Image

Lions Head and Signal HillImage

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Beautiful Green Point StadiumImage

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Yachts leaving Cape Town HarbourImage

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Beautiful Cape Town, Table Mountain, Lions Head and Signal HillImage

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