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All about Cape Town

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Encircled by craggy mountains and looking straight out across the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Town is a city like no other. With Table Mountain and the Cape of Good Hope both in close proximity, nature is never far away, but within the city itself, you’ll find plenty of urban charm, such as a world-class restaurant scene, fashionable shops, and modern art galleries, including the newly opened Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa. Pristine beaches like Camps Bay, Llandudno Beach, and the four Clifton beaches attract sun-worshippers and surfers alike, but it’s not all about the coast. If you head inland you’ll soon reach South Africa’s wine country, where renowned vineyards offer tours and, of course, tastings.

Cape Town is easily accessible thanks to its large international airport, which sees arrivals from many of the world’s major cities. Cape Town’s beaches are at their busiest between December and February, but it remains warm and sunny until April. For those who are less concerned about sunbathing then the crisp, cooler days of May and June are perfect for exploring. If whale-watching is a priority, be sure to visit between July and September.

Explore Kirstenbosch gardens

One of the world’s most important – and beautiful – botanical gardens, Kirstenbosch was created in 1913 to preserve and display South Africa’s extraordinarily diverse flora. A UNESCO World Heritage site with an incomparable setting at the foot of Table Mountain and in the heart of the Cape Floristic Region, you can easily spend a day wandering its 1,300 acres. Showcasing approximately 9,000 of South Africa’s 22,000 plant species. Kirstenbosch offers an elevated fragrance garden, a sculpture park, and the Tree Canopy Walkway, a snaking steel and timber bridge that rises above the treetops and provides excellent views. If you’re visiting between November and March, be sure to attend one of the outdoor concerts that are held here on Sundays – they have become something of a Cape Town institution.

Visit the winelands

Hit the surf

Climb Table Mountain

The distinctive Table Mountain – so called because of its flat top – lies just outside Cape Town, providing the city with a prominent and dramatic landmark. Although you can admire the 600-million-year old mountain from various viewpoints around Cape Town, its well worth making the trip to the top, which can be reached either by cableway or by hiking for 2-4 hours. The views of the city and the ocean from the summit at 3,000 feet are breathtaking, as is the surrounding nature. The area surrounding Table Mountain is home to numerous plant species that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

Experience the luxury of our Cape Town rental homes

Make your vacation in Cape Town extra special with a stay in one of our luxury rental properties.


Villas in Camps Bay


Cape Town beach villas

Offering breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, ourCape Town beach villas are perfect for anyone looking for a comfortable and contemporary vacation rental. Properties are available in the exclusive suburb of Clifton, which is famous for its white sandy beach and in the more laidback neighborhood of Bakoven. Options include sprawling villas perfect for families or groups of friends, and more secluded, smaller properties ideal for a couple looking to escape it all.


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