Cape Town Things To Do

Cape Town is renowned for the world-famous landmark Table Mountain, its vast winelands and exquisite coastline. Show on Map

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Visit Von Geusau Chocolaterie

Where? Greyton
If you haven't already found plenty of reasons to visit Greyton, this is the one that might convince you - Von Geusau Chocolaterie! Meticulously made by hand, Von Geusau chocolate use only the finest, freshest ...

Visit the Irma Stern Museum

Where? Rosebank, Cape Town
Irma Stern (1894-1966) was a major South African artist who achieved national and international recognition in her lifetime. The Irma Stern Museum is governed by the University of Cape Town and the Trustees of ...

The Fairway Terrace

Where? George
The Fairway Terrace is an exceptional restaurant situated at The Protea Hotel King George. The meals are freshly prepared using only the freshest local ingredients, offering you a real taste of the Garden ...

Wine Tasting at Doolhof

Where? Wellington
The understated elegance of the cool, air conditioned, blue and white Tasting Room at Doolhof Wine Estate provides the perfect foil to display our award winning wines. It is situated in the original wagon ...

The Islands Restaurant

Where? Bantry Bay
The President Hotel in Bantry Bay, a local landmark along the Atlantic Seaboard, houses The Islands Restaurant, which is open to hotel guests and the public. Known for their decadent and delicious buffets, ...

Sandveldhuisie

Where? Citrusdal
Citrusdal is an exquisite part of the Western Cape, showcasing a completely different kind of beauty to the lush greenery for which areas like the Garden Route and the Cape Winelands are known. Many visitors ...

EnviroWines Wine Shop

Where? Bredasdorp
Our Wine Shop is situated in the heart of Bredasdorp in the Overberg (only 20 minutes drive from the Southern Tip of Africa). We offer exceptional wines produced through environmentally friendly practices, ...

Mountain Ridge Winery

Where? Wolseley
Mountain Ridge Winery was first established as Romansrivier on 5 March 1949. The first harvest was in 1950 and all 3136 tons was delivered by 20 members. The Dry Red Cinsaut was the first wine bottled in 1976. ...

The Mill Country Market

Where? Hopefield
On the first Saturday of every month the Hopefield locals invite you to join them at the monthly market where you can purchase the freshest of produce and a wide variety of freshly baked goods and exquisite ...

World of Birds

Where? Hout Bay
World of Birds is the largest bird park in Africa and one of the few large bird parks in the World. Over 3 000 birds (and small animals) of 400 different species are uniquely presented in more than 100 ...

Milnerton Market

Where? Milnerton
Milnerton Market has a collection of junk and gems sold in an open-air bazaar forum on a dusty seaside patch of ground. Trading next to the ocean the smell of the sea carries across the stalls all within sight ...

Cape Columbine Lighthouse

Where? Paternoster
As far as lighthouses go, Cape Columbine is young. Built only in 1936, it was the last manned lighthouse constructed, and it rests on a windswept coastline within the Columbine Nature Reserve, just five ...

Windsurfing and Kitesurfing

Where? Langebaan
The Cape Sports Center is found on the shores of the huge Langebaan Lagoon. It is one hours drive north of Cape Town on the West Coast of South Africa. The turquoise blue water of the 20km long X 1,5km wide ...

Stanford Trading Store

Where? Stanford
One of Stanford’s longest standing interior stores, artist owner Kobus carefully curates and repurposes vintage pieces with a colonial or ‘Afrikana’ feel. If you’re drawn to old and beautiful things ...

Stettyn Cellar

Where? Worcester
North of Villiersdorp, below the eastern side of the Klein Drakenstein Mountains, is a place where Black Eagles soar and where the heart of this country side welcomes visitors with open arms. When free ...

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