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Swakopmund, Namibia's second biggest town and traditional "summer capital", is one of the most surreal and unique destinations in the country, a sort of central Europe meets the African desert next to the ocean kind of place.
It's often the place to get some rest and recreation after a dusty trip to the desert dunes of Sossusvlei or the Namib-Naukluft Park - there's plenty to do and great places to stay.
Approaching the town through the haunting beauty of the Namib Desert, one of the world's largest wilderness areas, you are greeted by the boom of the surf on the notorious Skeleton Coast, an ever-present reminder of the treacherous and icy Atlantic beyond the desert. Bavarian spires and palm trees rise into view through the coastal mist (it is almost always misty in the morning and late afternoon) and friendly, bustling Swakopmund is revealed.