Llandudno - Cape Town
The Millionaire's Row along Cape Town's Atlantic seaboard snakes down the coast to Llandudno and further on to Hout Bay. Llandudno is famed for its pristine, sandy beach, to which locals gravitate with picnic baskets, surfboards or kayaks to unwind after work on summer evenings. The beach also serves as the entry point for the walk to Sandy Bay, a beautiful beach traditionally used for nude sunbathing and swimming.
Above Llandudno rises Suikerbossie ('sugar bush') Hill, a landmark which separates Llandudno and Hout Bay, and has become known as the notorious, last, high hurdle of the annual Argus Cycle Tour. Stop at the popular Suikerbossie restaurant on the crest of the hill for lunch or tea with a view to write home about.