Coastal Cape Town rewards visitors with a gorgeous setting, sweeping beaches and a rich heritage. With the winelands close by and boasting an active fishing harbour it is no surprise that Cape Town is a foodie’s dream with amazing dishes and drinks available at incredibly reasonable prices. Stroll the V&A Waterfront or head down to Camps Bay for the relaxed cafe culture before heading out to Boulders Beach to join the colony of penguins as they dip in and out of the sea. Cape Town’s coastal views are dominated by the outline of notorious Robben Island, the former prison that housed Nelson Mandela. It is now a museum and well worth the visit. Of course no stay could be without a ride up Table Mountain and from here you can enjoy a livening walk or just enjoy those panoramic views of the city.
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When to Visit
Below gives you information and a rating of the best time of year to visit.