Western Cape - Cape Town - Camps Bay
Nestled under Table Mountain and the Twelve Apostles, Villa Azure is a luxury four star and…
Cape Town and the greater Western Cape Province offer golfing enthusiasts some of the most majestic and scenic…
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More fondly known as “the people’s cathedral”, St George’s Cathedral in Wale Street represents the Anglican diocese mother church in Cape Town.
The Castle of Good Hope – the oldest building in South Africa – was once a fort, but today functions as a showcase of the Cape’s early days.
Melkbosstrand’s 7km-long stretch of white sand beckons visitors to slip off their sandals and enjoy a stress-relieving stroll.
This laid-back seaside town on the shores of False Bay comes alive in season, with holiday-makers crowding its streets as they make their way down to what is perhaps Cape Town’s nicest swimming beach.
Boundary Road in the suburb of Newlands is where Cape Town’s only surviving water mill can be found.
The Heritage Museum in Simon’s Town, at Amlay House.
For a tourism experience with a difference, visit the West Coast Ostrich Show Ranch. This family-owned ostrich business includes informative tours.
Kirstenbosch is South Africa’s world-famous national botanical garden, set against the backdrop of Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak, and home to over 22 000 indigenous plants.
The Helderberg region has its own wine route which incorporates more than 20 wine estates.
Only 18km from the Cape Town city centre, an arc of fine white sand gives away the secluded location of one of Cape Town’s most beautiful beaches, Llandudno.
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