Accommodation in Three Anchor Bay, Atlantic Seaboard
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Three Anchor Bay, easily overlooked by visitors because of the apparent seamless fusion of Green Point into Sea Point, lies in fact right where the two suburbs meet, just 10 minutes from the city centre of Cape Town. Actually the beautiful upmarket suburb almost lays claim to Signal Hill, lying as it does on the seaward side of the landmark, and its little beach is popular, particularly with sea kayakers who paddle out from Three Anchor Bay along the coast to Clifton. It’s fundamentally a rocky series of pools that are ideal for this purpose
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