The Best Beach Edit

Condé Nast House & Garden - - MANIFESTO -

THE FAM­ILY ONE THAT’S ac­tu­ally NICE Sep­a­rated from the per­pet­u­ally crowded Camps Bay Beach by an out­crop of boul­ders, GLEN BEACH is easy to ac­cess and close to the strip of bars and restau­rants with­out the has­sle of find­ing some­where to put down a towel.

THE ONE WITH ALL THE MOD­ELS For those of steely self-con­fi­dence and stee­l­ier ab­dom­i­nals, the sec­ond of CLIFTON’S FOUR BEACHES is the most Clifton-y of them all. Ex­pect more tem­pered bronze than An­tiques Road­show. Go early morn­ing or late af­ter­noon to avoid swel­ter­ing traf­fic.

THE ONE THAT’S CLOS­EST TO PAR­ADISE Part of the isi­man­gal­iso Wet­land Park shouldering the Mozam­bi­can bor­der, KOSI BAY is a na­ture fest star­ring leatherback and log­ger­head tur­tles, African fish ea­gles and flamin­gos. The bathtemp In­dian Ocean and stretches of white beach seal the deal.

THE ONE YOU DIDN’T EX­PECT The West Coast might not be your knee-jerk for a beach get­away in sum­mer but hear us out. It’s se­cluded and of­fers AEGEAN-WHITE BEACHES and crys­tal wa­ters that make re­tir­ing from ur­ban life feel like a vi­able life choice.

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