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Very easily, and obviously, confused with Bloubergstrand just north of it, the suburb of Bloubergrant lies north west of Cape Town, virtually opposite Robben Island (although visits to the island are from the Waterfront, not from this side of the island) and just south of the start of the beautiful West Coast of the Cape.
This part of Cape Town is a hive of modern upmarket beach condos, many of which have access directly to the white, sandy beaches that have become the playground of kite-surfers, windsurfers, wave surfers and sun worshippers; never mind the incredible and much marketed views of Table Mountain. You are a mere 15 minute drive from the centre of Cape Town and the V&A Waterfront, and 10 minutes’ away from Canal Walk shopping centre, renowned for its sheer size and entertainment value.
Locally there are many restaurants, shopping centres and golf courses to keep you well stocked and entertained, and there is little need to leave this enclave unless sight-seeing and experiencing other parts of Cape Town are on your itinerary list.
More importantly, Bloubergrant is the perfect springboard from which to explore the West Coast along the R27. Wine routes include the Swartland wine route and the Olifants River wine route, and many of the towns dotted in and around the R27 and N7 provide wine tasting - Malmesbury, Riebeek Kasteel, Citrusdal, Picketberg, Vredendal and Klawer, to name a few. The rest of the West Coast offers beautiful unspoilt beaches, some truly magnificent mountain ranges and a wealth of wild flowers in spring.
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Enjoy this Championship Links Golf Course with its traditional style and ocean breeze off the ocean. On calm days you can play your normal loft shot or on windy days you can use firm turf to play low running shots beneath the wind. Either way it is a challenge we are sure you will enjoy. Atlantic Beach Golf Links has ... more information
With over 400 speciality stores to tempt you, including fashion, homeware, gifts, jewellery, shoes, leather ware, music, arts and more, Canal Walk offers a comprehensive shopping experience in Cape Town all under one roof. Canal Walk is also home to a mix of more than 30 restaurants, cafés and ... more information
Stretching all the way from Diep River in Milnerton, to the Berg River close to Velddrif on the West Coast, the Cape West Coast Biosphere Reserve (CWCBR) was designated as such by UNESCO in 2000. The beautiful area of the Cape Floristic Region is deemed worthy of protecting internationally, particularly as ... more information
A regular host to PGA events including the South African Open, the course boasts picture postcard views of Table Mountain across the bay from almost every hole. Milnerton Golf Course is an 18-hole, par 72 seaside course situated in a leafy suburb just 10 minutes north of the city of Cape Town ... more information
The fact that these beaches are great for windsurfing and kitesurfing should alert one to the wind factor. Table Bay’s beaches can be unpleasant when the wind blows but nothing beats these beaches for their view of Table Mountain and Robben Island and the miles of sand on which to stretch your legs. The acrobatics ... more information
Since the first person laid eyes on Table Mountain, it has exerted its powerful and charismatic pull, enchanting and drawing any and all who fall under its spell. The way to the top has never been easy, and for many centuries only a handful of bold and enterprising people could say ... more information
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