Durbanville

Durbanville Named after Sir Benjamin D’Urban, Durbanville is halfway between Stellenbosch and Cape Town city centre. The Durbanville wine route is home to Altydgedacht, Bloemendal, D’Aria, [...]

Simon’s Town

Simon’s Town This historic little maritime town was named after Simon van der Stel in 1687. Naturally, you will find museums preserving the history, such the South African Naval Museum and the [...]

Newlands

Newlands Newlands is blessed with numerous natural springs and the highest rainfall in Cape Town. Naturally, you will find the iconic Kirstenbosch National Botanic Garden and the Newlands Forest [...]

Constantia

Constantia Constantia is a nature and wine love’s dream! Home to Groot Constantia, Klein Constantia, Constantia Uitsig, Buitenverwachting, Eagles Nets, Steenberg wine estates, it is not uncommon [...]

Claremont

Claremont Claremont is home to Cavendish Square, a shopping mall featuring high-end fashion outlets, boutiques, restaurants and a multi-screen cinema house. Some of the resident’s favourite [...]

De Waterkant

De Waterkant De Waterkant offers a kaleidoscope of restaurants, fashion outlets and clubs. It has been dubbed the “pink district” for offering gay- and straight-friendly bars and clubs. This [...]

Muizenberg

Muizenberg Muizenberg seems like a surfer’s paradise as Surfer’s Corner has no rocks to worry about. Keep an eye out for the green status flag managed by the successful shark spotter programme. [...]

V & A Waterfront

V & A Waterfront Did you know that the V&A Waterfront has 22 official landmarks on-site? And besides sparkling with designer boutiques (such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Tom Ford, Burberry, [...]

Woodstock

Woodstock Woodstock is a creative combination of old and new, residential and commercial, and modern and rustic. It serves as the creative hub of the Mother City where you will find artists, [...]

East City

East City Comprising of Zonnebloem and District Six, the east city is rich in history and also features world-famous sites such as The Fugard Theatre, Truth Coffee Roasting and the District Six [...]

Helderberg

Helderberg It is hard not to have it all in the Helderberg. Bragging with the world-renowned Vergelegen and Lourensford wine estates (both founded in 1700), you can enjoy award-winning wine and [...]

Observatory

Observatory Merely 6km from Cape Town CBD, this eclectic area got its name from the South African Astronomical Observatory where you can attend a talk and on a clear night, observe the night sky [...]

Sea Point

Sea Point Sea Point is most renowned for its promenade stretching from Mouille Point to Bantry Bay with amazing views of Lion’s Head and the Atlantic Ocean. This is a favourite spot for fitness, [...]

Hout Bay

Hout Bay Tucked away by mountains to the North, East and West, Hout Bay is well-known for its vibrancy and beautiful views of the South Atlantic Ocean. Experience true township life at Joshua’s [...]

Camps Bay

Camps Bay Lined with palm trees and restaurants, Camps Bay beachfront features spectacular views of the Twelve Apostles mountain range and the picturesque Atlantic Ocean. It is no wonder that [...]

Bellville

Bellville Bellville, surrounded by Durbanville, Plattekloof, Tygerberg and Century City, is a gem catering for a diverse range of families. While dad can play a round of golf at the evergreen [...]

Central City

Central City Besides being the oldest developed suburb in the Western Cape and the legislative capital of the country, Cape Town city centre is alive with bakeries, sidewalk cafés, clubs, [...]

Clifton

Clifton We are not surprised that Clifton’s four beaches (numbered 1-4) are rated as some of the world’s best. It is synonymous with soft, white sand, glittering waters and massive granite [...]

Athlone

Athlone Athlone is situated between Cape Town CBD and Cape Town International Airport. It is predominantly home to people following the Muslim faith and also boasts a diversity of cultural, [...]

Blouberg

Blouberg Home to one of the world’s most famous views of Table Mountain, Blouberg also hosts picturesque views of the Atlantic Ocean, Robben Island and even the Stellenbosch mountains. The white, [...]

City Bowl Suburbs

City Bowl Suburbs Made up of four main neighbourhoods, the City Bowl suburbs feature flats, houses, boutique hotels, music venues, restaurants and backpackers. The Oranjezicht City Farm used to [...]

Central City

Central City Besides being the oldest developed suburb in the Western Cape and the legislative capital of the country, Cape Town is alive with bakeries, sidewalk cafés, clubs, designer boutiques, [...]

Franschhoek

Franschhoek When visiting Franschhoek, it is clear why the French Huguenots decided to settle here. This small town still has its unique French je ne sais quoi. The main street is lined with [...]

Stellenbosch

Stellenbosch This town may be small, but it’s vibrant with numerous small cafes, art galleries, Dutch architecture, oak-lined avenues and over 200 surrounding wine and grape producers. Besides [...]