Cape Condo Twin Bedroom


Cape Condo is ideally placed for easy access to the city, beaches, restaurants, V&A Waterfront and other tourist attractions.





A trip to Simonstown takes youalong the False Bay coastline, giving you opportunity to pass through historicfishing villages such as Kalk Bay. Visit some of the excellent restaurants in the village, watch the fishingboats as they bring in their catch or just browse through the many antique shops.


No visit to Cape Town would be complete without visiting the Boulders Beach Penguin Colony. The colony is one of only two mainland breeding colonies of the African or Jackass Penguin.

Boulders is found in the town of Simonstown. Here is an opportunity for an amazing train ride or even a scenic car trip on well maintained roads.

Boulders Beach


Cape Point nature reserve


Cape Point nature reserve is a short drive away. It was first named "Cape of Storms" by the early settlers, and now boasts excellent tourist facilities.

Who knows, you may even spot the legendary 17th century ship "The Flying Dutchman", which disappeared mysteriously while trying to round the Cape,and is reportedly sometimes still seen trying on a misty night.


Everyone know that The Western Cape is synonymous with wine and the area bounded by the eastern mountains are the Cape Winelands.

We have the early French settlers to thank for this as they brought their passion for wine-making with them, and many of the wine estates carry their legacy.

Western Cape



Table Mountain


What would a trip to Cape Town be without seeing Table Mountain and experiencing the Cable Way?

The top of Table Mountain offers spectacular views in all directions and gives a birds eye view of the city. The upper cable car station is situated at 1067 metres and the revolving cablecar makes sure that your trip up and down gives you a good look in all directions.


Another must experience destination is the World Famous V&A Waterfront where you can take a ride to Robben Island.

The famous Robben Island, whose prison was once home to former South African president Nelson Mandela as well as many other black political freedom fighters.

Daily tours to the island include the ferry trip there and back, an island tour and a tour of the prison with a fomer political prisoner as your guide.

V&A Waterfront



And last but not least, we have to mention the beaches in Cape Town.

Cape Town has some of the best beaches in the world to offer, so if you're a sand-and-sea lover be sure to take some time out to relax and soak up the sun. From the family beaches on the False Bay coastline to the trendy Clifton beaches on the Atlantic Seaboard - you're sure to find a stretch of sand that suits your fancy.



Camps Bay


Atlantic Seaboard Beaches

The beaches of Camps Bay, Clifton and Llandudno that dot the Atlantic Seaboard are white and sandy offering beautiful views and spectacular sunsets. Although the water is very chilly, on a hot summer day it does make for a refreshing dip. These are generally the more 'trendy' beaches where many locals spend their weekends.


Clifton Beach is made up of 4 coves and the beaches are called 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th. When the summer south-easter blows, the Clifton beaches are usually well sheltered from the wind. All of the beaches are accessible via stairs leading down from the road above. In summer, plan to get to the beach early as parking is very limited. Generally 4th is the busiest in summer with good changing room and bathroom facilities. Kiosks on the beach sell snacks, colddrinks and ice-creams as do the many vendors that wander the beach. Deck chairs and umbrellas are also available for daily rental.

Clifton Beach


Camps Bay

Camps Bay is a long sandy beach accessed directly from the road. Again, parking in summer is limited and you may need to park along one of the many sideroads. The road behind the beach is lined with streetside cafes, restaurants and a few small grocery stores making snacks and lunch easily at hand. Kiosks and vendors also operate from the beach. Camps Bay is generally more family friendly as it is bigger and there is more space for games and sandcastles for children, and the young at heart. Deck chairs and umbrellas are available for daily rental.


Further along the coastline you will find the picturesque Llandudno beach - by far one of the most beautiful beaches and a favourite for sundowners. The houses that hug the steep road down to the beach have breathtaking views. Once again, parking is extremely tight in peak season and the beach is reached by a winding pathway. This beach is slightly more remote with no shops and sadly poor bathroom facilities, but vendors do operate on the beach for snacks, drinks and ice-creams.

picturesque Llandudno beach


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