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Attractions Near Our Self Catering Cape Town Accommodation
Whether you immerse yourself in all that we have to offer or venture out to discover the many attractions in our vicinity, our self catering Cape Town, Clifton Private Beach Villa is guaranteed to be the perfect getaway – a place where you can experience life as it was meant to be.
Below is a range of attractions and activities we can recommend in the greater area.
Cape Town has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and many have earned blue flag status. If you’re after a secluded cove, a popular swimming beach, prime surfing spot or just to watch the beautiful people, Cape Town has it all, so explore and enjoy.
Clifton Private Beach Villa is fortunate to be located on one of the best restaurant strips in Cape Town. Great sea views, great food, a vibey atmosphere with plenty of beautifully tanned people enjoying life to the fullest, all just a 5 minute drive from your location.
Cape Town boasts international designer and luxury boutiques. If you’re looking for vintage shops and African curios, choose Kloof and Long Street followed by a visit to the many dinky cafes, bars, restaurants and lounges or shop of the large malls in the city.
The Cape is home to a wide array of golf courses that will test any golfer’s skills. Play against the backdrop of majestic mountains, the winelands, pristine beaches, or the city to explore, then ensure you get in a round of golf at these great championship courses.
Cape Town is well recognised throughout the world for its fine wines. Whether you spend an entire day on one wine farm or hopping from one wine farm to another, either way you will go home having enjoyed a fantastic experience. You will truly be spoilt for choice.
There is so much to see and do in Cape Town that you will be spoilt for choice. From catching a ferry to Robben Island Prison, riding to the top of Table Mountain in a cable car, flying in a helicopter around Cape Town or visiting the Two Oceans Aquarium or Kirstenbosch Gardens.
There is an exciting assortment of night life options available in Clifton, Camps Bay and the Cape Town City centre. From casual to exclusive bars, trendy bars and restaurants that offer live music, nightclubs and the V&A Waterfront you will be spoilt for choice on what to do after a day at the beach.
SPAS & SALONS
If you like spending a day relaxing and being pampered with a manicure or pedicure in any one of the nearby day spas, beauty salons or nail bars – there are plenty of salons in nearby Camps Bay, Sea Point, Claremont and the V&A Waterfront that are ready to adhere to your needs.
Going on safari is a must-do experience when visiting Africa. While Cape Town’s Mediterranean climate doesn’t lend itself to the traditional African bush experience, the big five – lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo – are a few hours drive from the city centre.
If you are looking for thrills, there’s nothing more thrilling than coming face to face with a great white while shark cage diving. If you prefer, then try out tandem paragliding off Signal Hill with an experienced instructor or cave diving deep into the ocean’s crevices & caves.
Gym & fitness
If you wish to continue your fitness regime despite being away on holiday, there are various gyms in the Sea Point, Green Point, De Waterkant and the V&A Waterfront area so you can continue your weight training, cardio, yoga, pilates and Zumba classes.
DEep sea fishing
Lying at the meeting point of two oceans, fishing spots in Cape Town have witnessed some of the most iconic yellowfin tuna and marlin catches throughout the years. Numerous fishing charters around the city provide some of the finest big game outings.