Drive along the corniche that winds around Cape Town's Atlantic Seaboard, the wind in your hair and the tang of salt in the air. With the mountains pushing up into the sky on the one side and the sparkling ocean on the other, you are spoilt for visual choice.
This narrow strip of land is one of the most sought-after locations in one of the world's most desirable cities. There is little to beat the variety of sandy beaches: the long, white Camps Bay set against a dizzying array of restaurants and wine bars, the gentle alcoves of Clifton's First to Fourth beaches, Bakoven and more.
From your home at Camps Bay's plush Azamare, explore Cape Town's famed culture and nightlife. In the day, enjoy the extraordinary natural attractions, such as Table Mountain and the remarkable Cape Floral Kingdom, a World Heritage Site.
But a holiday is also about relaxing: laze on the beach, swim in the cool ocean and take home an enviable tan. From its lounge and entertainment area, Azamare boasts uninterrupted sea views; sit on the deck with a chilled drink and watch the sun slide into the ocean, or snuggle up in front of the fireplace with a glass of wine – Cape Town's winter evenings can be cool but always fun.