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Muizenberg Beach lies along False Bay, a sandy stretch with warm waters for swimming and surfing, as well as a pool with a water slide..
Muizenberg Beach lies along False Bay, a sandy stretch with warm waters for swimming and surfing, as well as a pool with a water slide.
Beach Rd, Muizenberg, Cape Town, 7950, South Africa
+27 21 480 7700
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