Cape Town Things To Do

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Fransie Pienaar Museum

Where? Prince Albert
Fransie Pienaar was born in 1897 in Prince Albert and left after school to study music at Sullivan College in Cape Town. After marrying and returning to her home district, she started collecting antiques to ...

Journeys End Winery

Where? Sir Lowrys Pass
Journey’s End produces both red and white wines. With Leon Esterhuizen as General Manager and winemaking, they are in good hands. The berries for the white wines are hand-selected in the vineyards, half are ...

Annandale Wine Estate

Where? Stellenbosch
Annandale is the oldest farm in the Helderberg Valley. Nine years after Governor Simon van der Stel first discovered Stellenbosch on horseback, was Annandale granted to Jan Wismaar. The cellar built before the ...

Kirstenbosch Botanical Society Bookshop

Where? Constantia
The Botanical Society Bookshop at Kirstenbosch is conveniently situated at the magnificent Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens in Constantia, Cape Town. This remains one of the Mother City’s most ...

La Dolce Vita

Where? Oudtshoorn
A venue overflowing with great energy and vibrancy, La Dolce Vita is the perfect place in the Karoo for a hearty breakfast, meeting friends for lunch or for dinner and drinks. The hilariously titled ‘Liver ...

Strolla Restaurant & Bar

Where? Sea Point
Drink in the gorgeous views and the unadulterated vibe of the Mother City of Cape Town at Strolla. This is a fantastic spot for a cocktail with a view, a hot coffee with a friend, and a delectable meal with a ...

Watch the Waves crash at Polana

Where? Kalk Bay
A fantastic day out in Kalk Bay is incomplete without a stop at Polana. This Morrocan-inspired restaurant is situated right on the rocks and is popular for sundowners and snacks. Their menu favours seafood ...

Sea Point Pool

Where? Sea Point
The Sea Point Pool is regarded as one of the most beautiful public pool amenities and is an inexpensive excursion. This community open-air pavilion facility has a 50m Olympic size swimming pool, two kiddies ...

Nabygelegen Private Cellar

Where? Wellington
North of Cape Town, in one of South Africa’s cherished wine-growing districts and just outside of Wellington and in the heart of the Bovlei region (upper valley) you can find the long-established Nabygelegen ...

Rondebosch Village Market

Where? Rondebosch
The Rondobosch Village Market is a small market held on a weekly basis just outside the Rondebosch library. Although a small market, it offers a wide variety of organic and biodynamic fresh produce and a ...

Ernie Els Wines

Where? Stellenbosch
When arriving at Ernie Els you’ll first encounter huge granite boulders, ponds beside the path all filled with Koi fish. You can continue along until you reach The Library, a room under the wine cellar which ...

The Thirsty Oyster

Where? Gordons Bay
The little harbour town of Gordon’s Bay, close to Strand and just outside Cape Town, is a fantastically laid-back setting for visitors that are looking for the ideal combination of beautiful ocean vistas, ...

Mulderbosch Vineyards

Where? Stellenbosch
When Larry Jacobs first bought the Mulderbosch farm in 1989 it was called ‘vuilplasie’ meaning ‘dirty little farm in Afrikaans. Positioned in the Stellenbosch Hills, it has garnered a reputation of fine wines. ...

Play or watch Polo at Val de Vie

Where? Paarl
Experience the thrill of polo, fine wines, world-class facilities and warm hospitality - all in a breathtaking setting, just 40 minutes from Cape Town. Val de Vie is the chosen venue for the BMW International ...

Rhebokskloof Wine Estate

Where? Paarl
Petrus van der Merwe first settled on Rhebokskloof farm in 1797, when visiting the farm you can still see his initials on the distinctive Cape Dutch gable. When a South African business group bought it, they ...

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