The Cape Town Beaches of South Africa are very popular among tourists from all over the world. Cape Town offers some of the most diverse beaches at very short distances. This is primarily due to the meeting of the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean. The two styles of beaches, resulting from two different oceans, are separated from each other by a peninsula which is 1000m in height. These characteristics make the Cape Town Beaches very popular among the tourists. The trendier crowds are seen more often on the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean coasts like the Llandudno Beach. The drive to these beaches is marked with picturesque routes. The Atlantic Ocean, being on the western side of the peninsula, enjoys longer days and thus, the tourists can spend more time on the beach. However, the temperatures of the waters of the Atlantic Beaches are lower than those of the beaches of the Indian Ocean. The beaches like Fish Hoek Beach, which lie on the Indian Ocean, witness more of a family crowd. They are manned by lifeguards and are thus safer for paddling and swimming.
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