Things To Do in Llandudno

Llandudno is situated on the Atlantic Seaboard, in Cape Town, South Africa. Show on Map

Llandudno Beach

Where? Llandudno
The pristine crescent of Llandudno beach curls itself into the base of the mountain rock between Hout Bay and Camps Bay. A steep stare from the coastal road, light blues melt to deep darks where ships have ...

Myburgh's Waterfall Ravine Trail

Where? Hout Bay
Start: Farriers Way (a cul de sac off Hunters Way) Finish: Suikerbossie restaurant Duration: 8 km, roughly six hours Fitness: moderate to fit Our tip: best to do the hike in winter if you want to see the ...

Oude Skip Hike

Where? Hout Bay
Start: Eustegia Way, Hout Bay Finish: Eustegia Way, Hout Bay Duration: as long as you want it to be Fitness: moderate to easy Our tip: this is part of the Karbonkelberg Traverse, a seven-hour difficult ...

Sandy Bay Beach

Where? Near Llandudno
Wedged in the valley of the Twelve Apostles Mountain range naughties and naturalists go nude and free at Sandy Bay Beach. Situated just south of Llandudno and shielded from sight by Hout Bay sand dunes ...

Self Drive Cape Town to Hout Bay

Where? Hout Bay
Route: Cape Town, Kloof Nek, Signal Hill, Mostert's Mill, Kirstenbosch, Groot Constantia, Silvermine, Hout Bay Description: A short drive with much en route to savour; a drive rich in ancient oaks, history ...

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 ...

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 ...

Jetty 1 Museum

Where? V&A Waterfront
Used today as the departure point for visitors leaving for Robben Island, Jetty 1 also has a little museum that used to be a prison. The nondescript white brick building is easily missed by the thousands who ...

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 ...

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 ...

Dungeons Beach

Where? Hout Bay
Dungeons Beach is the most extreme surf beach in South Africa, accessible only by a 15 minute boat-ride form Hout Bay Harbour. Dungeons Beach is the venue of the Red Bull Big Wave Africa Contest that takes ...

Camel Ride at Imhoff Farm

Where? Kommetjie
Imhoff Farm may be the only destination south of Cape Town where you have the opportunity to ride one of Veredís three beloved camels. If you think camel riding is like riding a horse, you really should try ...

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. ...

Self Drive Cape Town to Hout Bay

Where? Hout Bay
Route: Cape Town, Kloof Nek, Signal Hill, Mostert's Mill, Kirstenbosch, Groot Constantia, Silvermine, Hout Bay Description: A short drive with much en route to savour; a drive rich in ancient oaks, history ...

Green Point Lighthouse

Where? Mouille Point
Ever had that dream where you follow an old man clutching a rusty key dangling loosely on weathered key ring along a stormy beach crashing with waves. Then you push open a heavy door and follow the light of ...

Drive Chapmans Peak

Where? Hout Bay
Chapman's Peak Drive is listed in the locations 'black book' of every photographer, film maker and dreamer worldwide. It is no doubt on the wish-list to tread of every shoe and wheel and hence is included in ...

The Handle Bar

Where? Sea Point
Cyclists are specially catered for at The Handle Bar in Sea Point - don't chain your bicyle to a pole, cycle right on in and stock up on any supplies you need or even upgrade your ride from their selection of ...

Kids Ahoy Playground

Where? V&A Waterfront
The V&A Waterfront proudly introduces Kids Ahoy, a kidsí only play area for children between the ages of 4 and 12 years old. Let the V&A Waterfront entertain them while parents have time for themselves. ...

Dizzy's

Where? Camps Bay
Didn't make the Idols cut? Dizzy's has a stage for you! Tuesday nights are Karaoke kingdom and an open mic policy means no judges (officially, but show business can be tough). Show off your shower rehearsed ...

Skebanga's Pub

Where? Noordhoek
Skebangaís Pub in Noordhoek sits above and shares a kitchen with the famous Red Herring Restaurant below. It is always pumping here, brimming with locals and tourists alike. The bar inside is cozy and has a ...

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