Attractions

Top Choice Waterfront in Sea Point to Hout Bay

Sea Point Promenade

Strolling along Sea Point’s wide, paved and grassy promenade is a pleasure shared by Capetonians from all walks of life. Once a white-only area, it’s now a great place to observe the city's multiculturalism. There a…
Park in Sea Point to Hout Bay

Table Mountain National Park

Stretching from Signal Hill to Cape Point, this 220-sq-km park is a natural wonder, its range of environments including granite and sandstone mountains, giant-boulder-strewn beaches and shady forests. For the vast m…
Bird Sanctuary in Sea Point to Hout Bay

World of Birds

Barbets, weavers and flamingos are among the 3000 birds and small mammals – covering some 400 different species – at Africa's largest bird park. A real effort has been expended to make the extensive aviaries as natu…
Mountain in Sea Point to Hout Bay

Twelve Apostles

The name of the Twelve Apostles is said to have been coined by British governor Sir Rufane Donkin in 1820. There are actually well over 12 buttresses on the sea-facing side of Table Mountain, and none is individuall…
Harbour in Sea Point to Hout Bay

Hout Bay Harbour

Partly given over to tourism with complexes such as Mariner’s Wharf, Hout Bay’s harbour still functions and the southern side is a fishing port and processing centre. Cruises and snorkelling/diving trips to Duiker I…
Beach in Sea Point to Hout Bay

Clifton 1st Beach

The first of Clifton's four beaches strung along Victoria Rd at Clifton. As with the other three, it's almost always sheltered from the wind and offers top sunbathing spots. Before hopping in the sea, remember that …
Beach in Sea Point to Hout Bay

Clifton 4th Beach

The only Blue Flag beach among the four sheltered stretches of sand strung along Victoria Rd at Clifton is popular with families. On calm summer evenings, especially the night of Valentine's Day, couples and groups …
Beach in Sea Point to Hout Bay

Clifton 2nd Beach

The second of Clifton's four sheltered beaches strung along Victoria Rd. As at the others, vendors hawk drinks and ice creams along the beach, and sun loungers and shades are available.
Beach in Sea Point to Hout Bay

Clifton 3rd Beach

The prettiest of four sheltered beaches strung along Victoria Rd at Clifton is popular with the Capetonian gay crowd, though plenty of straight folk frequent it, too.
Beach in Sea Point to Hout Bay

Sandy Bay

This particularly beautiful stretch of sandy beach is roughly a 15-minute walk to the south from the Sunset Rocks parking area at Llandudno. As Cape Town's unofficial nudist beach – though there's no pressure to tak…