The West Coast in the Western Cape is synonymous with incredible food, lovable communities, tiny fishing boats, icy cold water, fields of flowers and idyllic scenery. All along the Route 27 you’ll find the magical little town’s beckoning you to get to know them. It’s the perfect place to escape to for a day! Here are some […]Continue Reading
A sightseeing drive to Cape Point and around the Cape Peninsula is a “must do” day trip when visiting Cape Town. The Cape Point day trip is one of Cape Town’s top 10 tourist attractions and ranks with the most scenic drives in the world. The following route is a circular route approximately 140 kilometers […]Continue Reading
Get to know the African Penguins at Boulders Beach Boulders Beach near Simon’s Town has a lot going for it: the ancient granite boulders protect it from the wind and large waves, making it an ideal swimming spot for… Boulders Beach near Simon’s Town has a lot going for it: the ancient granite boulders protect […]Continue Reading
Llandudno Beach is a popular 200 m Blue Flag Beach, situated on Victoria Road. Parking is available for 35 vehicles.
Llandudno is undoubtedly one of Cape Town’s most picturesque beaches. Motorists driving along Victoria Road on the way to and from Hout Bay can stop at the lookout site to gaze down on an enticing white beach, and admire from afar the exclusive suburb’s architectural showpieces clinging to the steep slopes.Continue Reading