National Geographic : 1953 Aug
© National Geographic Society 176 Kolachrome by Gilbert Grosvenor Lion's Head Caps the Bald Summit of a Rocky Hill Above Sea Point Sea Point is one of the most populous of Cape Town's suburbs. Its beach front, dotted with hotels, extends for two miles along the Atlantic shore from Three Anchor Bay to Bantry Bay. If the surf is too cold for swimming, holiday seekers throng Sea Point Pavilion's huge tiled open-air pool. Viewed from certain angles, the wrinkled knob, 2,175 feet high, resembles the head of a recumbent lion.