One of most attractive shopping malls in Cape Town, the southern suburbs’ Constantia Village was designed with careful attention to aesthetics to enable it to blend unobtrusively into its stunning mountain and vineyard surrounds.
Conceptual and creative
A shopping concept, Constantia Village “offers the convenience of a mall, the quality and desirability of a boutique and the ambience of a village square”.
The building has a unique, low profile and is set in a tree-lined, cobbled parking area, where it continues to lure visitors to Constantia more than 20 years after it first opened in the upmarket residential area.
A bonanza of speciality stores, fashion outlets, restaurants and major tenants ensure that shoppers are spoilt for choice at Constantia Village.
The main village houses flagship grocery stores, book and décor outlets, chic men’s and women’s fashion boutiques, jewellers and luxury goods stores.
The old village is characterised by leafy cobble-stoned piazzas that provide the perfect ambience in which to dine at one of its many eateries, before browsing through an array of speciality stores.
If you’re thinking of spending a day out, it would be ideal to team a visit to Constantia Village with a tour of Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Point or Boulders Beach.
Take the M3 out of Cape Town and follow the Muizenberg route. At the Constantia signpost, turn off onto the M41 and head into Constantia, where the village lies adjacent to Main Road.
Mondays to Fridays: 9h00 - 18h00
Saturdays: 9h00 - 17h00
Sundays and public holidays: 9h00 - 13h00
- Phone: +27 (0) 21 794 5065
- Website: http://www.constantiavillage.co.za
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