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”This modern home situated in a quiet urbanisation just 5 mins from Blowberg Beach and only 20 mins from Cape Town City Centre makes the ideal location for your family holiday in Cape Town”

Below is just a short insight of what’s to do in and around the City Centre


In the centre of Cape Town City is the popular Market Square where you can buy all your local arts and crafts. Surrounding the market you can sit in a variety of eateries or drink a local beer taking in the surroundings. The streets are buzzing with traders and jewelry shops with windows full of South African diamonds! In the city park you can lay on the grass feeding the birds & squirrels and while walking around you can see different architecture from different settlers who landed on these shore, well worth the visit!

Check out ‘Love Cape Town’


It would be a sin to visit Cape Town without taking the cable car up to the top of Table Mountain. With the best views in Cape Town you can look out over the city bowl to Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was infamously held. Then walking to the other side you can see right across the Twelve Apostles to the upmarket beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton. The mountain top is home to lots of wild life and fauna, you can see different birds of prey and also home to a small guinea pig looking animal called a Rock Dassie.

Check ‘here’ to get details on the cable car!


The V&A Waterfront is the hub of the city right on the edge of Cape Towns historical harbour, surrounded by luxury apartments and 5* Hotels. If your looking to eat out in some fantastic restaurants then your in the right place, there are over 80 eateries to choose from. At the Waterfront there is so much going on with a host of leisure activities including boat rides, helicopter trips, street performers, live music, great bars and shopping. Within the Victoria Wharf there are over 450 retail outlets selling everything from fashion, homeware and curios, to jewellery, leather goods and audiovisual equipment, the V&A Waterfront is South Africa’s most popular shopping destination.

You can see more details at the ‘V & A Waterfront’


If your looking for a taste of Authentic African food then Mama Africa is the ideal place to try it, established in 1995 as a celebration of South Africa’s new democracy and of the vibrant diversity and hospitality of their continent. With a traditional African theme this restaurant is a great place to spend the evening, Mama Africa offers a vibrant and authentic African experience that is made all the more magical through music. At 20.00h each evening a live Marimba band takes to the stage and rocks the restaurant with a variety of musical styling til late in the night. There is also a gift shop selling local authentic African artifacts.

See what’s happening at ‘Mama Africa’


Located in the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town’s Aquarium is a great place for the whole family. As expected the aquarium is full of a wide diversity of marine life from all around the world. There are interactive exhibits that reveals the world of the very, very small. Also nearby is the Touch Pool, where you can pick up, touch and feel a variety of marine animals and plants. The Predator Exhibit has a huge viewing window and glass tunnel where at certain times of the day you can watch the sharks feed, and if you’re up for it you can even take a dive in the aquarium and get up close to the predators!

You can get all the info at ‘The Two Oceans Aquarium’


Clifton beach is world class with its  white sands and characteristic rock formation, set beneath luxurious beach houses, there are four popular beaches to choose from. Spend a peaceful day in the tranquillity of the bay listening to nothing but the sea. After a tough day on the beach you can chill out at some of Cape Town’s trendiest bars and restaurants situated in Camps Bay. Over the years this pretty and quaint village has grown with tourism but still keeping it’s beautiful ocean front looking traditional but in a modern way. A renowned hang out for celebrities!

Check out ‘Camps Bay Tourism’ for more info