The city of Cape Town, watched over by the unique and majestic Table Mountain is one of South Africa’s oldest areas, and one of thecountry’s most beautiful jewels. With its melting pot of cultures, rich historical and cultural heritage and the pristine white beaches that sweep along its coastline, the Western Cape Province has much to offer any visiting tourist … The City Bowl is brimming with excellent restaurants, champagne bars, galleries, boutiques and shops; while the beauty of the mountains and the stunning beaches add an unmistakable sense of tranquillity to every aspect of the Mother City and the Cape Peninsula.
The Cape is also home to the Cape Winelands; including the world-renowned areas of Constantia, Franschhoek, Stellenbosch and Paarl. There are a host of cultural and historical attractions (such as the BoKaap, District Six, Robben Island and the vibrant township tours), as well as prime shopping areas and entertainment hubs. Thanks to the extensive coastline that stretches the full length of the Western Cape Province, this is a beautiful destination for water sports enthusiasts, avid anglers and those wanting to see whales and dolphins. The province is home to a number of wildlife reserves, which are ideal for safaris, bird watching and wildlife photography.
Inland, the countryside and farmlands are breath-taking in their beauty and vastness. The Western Cape truly is a world of South African splendour in one gorgeous province… MORE \ Discover Western Cape \ or to find the perfect place to stay visit Western Cape Accommodation, Cape Town Accommodation or Cape Town Hotels on SA-Venues.com. (Popular searches include Camps Bay, Hermanus, Paternoster and Sea Point).