Things To Do in Three Anchor Bay

Three Anchor Bay is situated on the Atlantic Seaboard, in Cape Town, South Africa. Show on Map

Adelphi Centre

Where? Sea Point
The Adelphi Centre in cosmopolitan Sea Point on Cape town's Atlantic Seaboard is conveniently situated on Sea Point's Main Road. Once a cinema, the building was converted and originally opened as a ...

Buzbey's Grill

Where? Sea Point
The Buzbey Grill is a landmark along the Atlantic Seaboard – a ‘living’ legend. One of the oldest restaurants in Cape Town, the grill has been run by hands-on Chef-Patron Jimmy Kyritsis for more than twenty ...

Do it in a Side Car

Where? Sea Point
'Look Ma no hands!'. Romance Cape Town's breathtaking coastal drives with eye goggles, a helmet, the wind on your face and a qualified chauffeur rider by your side so that all your attention can be spent ...

Kayaking on the Atlantic Seaboard

Where? Three Anchor Bay
Coastal Kayak has the ideal location to launch and explore the Table Bay coastline from the sea. Our shop is conveniently located at Three Anchor Bay where all our kayaks are stored on the Three Anchor Bay ...

Three Anchor Bay Beach

Where? Three Anchor Bay
Its a tiny beach! Really small and mostly used by locals who use the beach to launch their motor boats and sea kayaks. They paddle out to sea from here and kayak all the way to Clifton. Three Anchor Bay ...

Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre

Where? V&A Waterfront
As the most popular shopping destination in South Africa, the Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre, at the V&A Waterfront, is a hub of excitement and activity. It is one of Cape Town’s most prized attractions, and ...

Wafu and Wakame

Where? Mouille Point
'Wafu”, in Mouille Point, not only boasts some of the most exquisite Asian food in Cape Town, it is also located along the ‘golden mile’ on the Mouille Point beachfront, within walking distance of the V&A ...

Tranquility Cracks Hike

Where? Camps Bay
Start: the Pipe Track above Camps Bay, take Corridor Ravine to the top of the mountain Finish: the Pipe Track Duration: roughly 5 hours, depending on your level of fitness Fitness: moderate to very fit Our ...

Hoerikwaggo Hike

Where? Cape Town
Start: Cape Town Finish: Cape Point Duration: 87.9 km, 5 days Fitness: difficult Our tip: you can opt for shorter Hoerikwaggo trails if the full 5-day adventure is too long or heavy going This ...

Diagonal Route up Table Mountain

Where? Camps Bay
Start: Pipe Track above Camps Bay Finish: back down on the pipe, or at the cableway car park Duration: five hours or so Fitness: moderate to difficult Our tip: the path lies between Kasteelspoort and the ...

Pigalle

Where? Green Point
Pigalle is named after a lively square in Paris that is popular for its nightlife. This vibrant restaurant, previously an old ice rink is now a 300 seater, fine dining seafood and Portuguese restaurant. ...

Maclear Beach

Where? Cape Point
Cape Point is where you will find one of the best secluded beaches around, Maclear beach. Weave your way down the footpaths amongst the Fynbos and down to the beach where you will find soft welcoming sands. ...

Glen Beach

Where? Camps Bay
Glen Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Cape Town as it is the view from the Camps Bay strip where you’ll find a multitude of restaurants and beach bars to escape to out of the suns heat. During ...

Cape Point Hike

Where? Cape Point
Start: Platboom beach, roughly 3 km south of Gifkommetjie beach; there is a parking area Finish: Cape Point's main gate Duration: 18 km one way (leaving a car at the gates is essential) Fitness: it's a long ...

The Grand Café & Beach

Where? Granger Bay
Set on the lip of a fashioned white beach at Granger Bay adjacent to Cape Town’s popular V&A Waterfront, the Grand Café & Beach is where beach culture meets free-spirited, eclectic, romantic décor of oversize ...

Sirkelsvlei Walk

Where? Cape Point
The circular Sirkelsvlei Walk showcases Cape Point, the oceans and the landscape off ideally. It is a rather wild trail that starts with a steep incline, but then eases out. The entire route measures 7.5 ...

V&A Waterfront Running Routes

Where? V&A Waterfront
Framed by Table Mountain on the one side and the glistening Atlantic Ocean on the other, the V&A Waterfront’s newly launched 2.2km and 5km running route offers one of the most picturesque running tracks in the ...

Paint Pottery at the Clay Café

Where? Hout Bay
At the Clay Café where you get to paint your own pottery. Choose one of the bisque items on display - they have a range of unpainted mugs, bowls plates and sculptures for you to choose from - then paint, ...

Ristorante Posticino

Where? Sea Point
Posticino is the Atlantic Seaboard’s favourite Italian restaurant. Popular for 15 years, and doubling in size due to its success, the restaurant has established itself as a local favourite. If you dine at ...

Shipwreck Trail

Where? Cape Point
Cape Point was once a beacon of danger for sailors negotiating the African coastline. This is testified to by the shipwrecks that remain behind, ghostly and eerie in their deathly isolation. The Shipwreck ...

The Atlantic Café

Where? Bantry Bay
The Atlantic Café, based at the Bantry Bay Luxury Suites, is an intimate dining venue, offering an array of delicious breakfasts, from 06h30 to 10h30 daily. Often referred to as one of the best beach ...

Hike to Blackburn Ravine

Where? Hout Bay
Start: East Fort car park, not far from the tollbooth at Chapman’s Peak Drive on the Hout Bay side Finish: turn back at any time, as it’s a there-and-back hike, or you can park another car at the Chapman’s ...

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