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Cape Town City Centre at a glance

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Cape town, situated at the most Southern Tip of Africa is known for its diverse culture dating back hundreds of years and is a must see. It is a fantastic tourist and holiday destination

People from around the world are attracted to the allure of the Cape due its majestic scenery, wonderful internationally acclaimed wine estates (approximately 45 mins - I hours from your door step by car to Stellenbosch, Franschoek and Paarl regions) wines and world class restaurants, the flora and fauna, white pristine beaches, hiking trails, outdoor activities, and the incredible seasonal ocean life. Cape Town is conveniently situated close to the Cape Town International airport.

There are a plethora of activities to do in and around Cape Town, whether it be visiting Robben Island (where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated for 27 years until his release in 1990), dining at the V and A waterfront, visiting our neighbouring wine estates, or taking a trip up Table Mountain in or rotating cable car (awarded as one of the New 7 wonders of Nature). Cape Town is great for outdoor activities and fitness enthusiasts who like cycling (home to the Argus cycle race), mountain climbing, hiking, kayaking with whales and sea life, to swimming and mountain biking. We are privileged to have shark cage diving a relatively short journey from Cape Town- and with luck you may come face to face with a Great White shark. There is something for everyone .

Guests to the Western Cape region take advantage of the Garden Route, a very scenic car journey up the East coast of the Western Cape. Along this route you will encounter the likes of Hermanus (renowned for the Hemel and Aarde wine district and whale watching), Knysna and Plettenberg Bay. To the west of Cape Town, the coastline is dotted with small fishing villages like Paternoster, all the way up to the Namibian border . One can expect to see fisherman returning with their catch from their day at sea

Cape Town is home to the 1st heart transplant carried out by Dr Christiaan Barnard and we have a 1st class hospital that carries his name to this day, the CTICC ( Cape Town International Convention Centre ) which host International conferences and welcomes delegates from around the world annually. We welcomed the 2010 FIFA world cup and bare testament to the wonderful infrastructure upgrades which include the Green Point stadium, parks," my citi-bus" community transport and mobile networks

The Atlantic Seaboard covers a vast area of Residential and commercial space. This is made up of Green Point, Sea Point, Mouille Point, Fresnaye, Bantry Bay, Clifton, Camps Bay, Bakoven and stretches through to Llandudno and the 12 Apostles. Properties within this region range from studio lock up apartments to spectacular state of the art mansions. One cannot help buy take advantage of the scenic promenade that lies below and in front of the Atlantic Seaboard properties, with its magnificent vistas, great walkways, beaches and park areas

Cape Town city centre (CBD) spans between Table Mountain and Lions Head. At the top of the City Bowl lies Higgovale and Tamboerskloof . This area flows down to the V and A Waterfront and working harbour.

This area is very trendy and popular amongst the younger generation. The accommodation that one would find would range from new high rise developments to older historical heritage building. There are fantastic hotels, Air BNB properties and guest houses for the traveller. Attraction in this area would include the Castle of Good Hope,Table mountain, the famous Long Street (known for the late night parties) and Green Market Square( a haven for traditional vendors selling their goods) . Be sure not miss out on the bustle of Kloof Street with its fantastic bars and restaurants

To the left and neighbouring Green Point lie Bo Kaap and the De Waterkant. The De Waterkant comprises of great new developments, property investment opportunities, restaurants and bars.

The Bo Kaap home to the Cape Malay , with its brightly coloured building is a must stop and see. You may be fortunate enough to be offered an authentic meal from the welcoming families. The De Waterkant is home to a vast European community that have lovingly restored the original houses in the area and call this place home. International and extremely high quality schools are a short journey from this hub and easily accessible.

The V and A Waterfront, built on reclaimed land, with its high end designer stores, organic produce markets, curios shops, high end jewellers, bars and restaurant is always a perfect stop for guests. Here you can catch the ferry to Robben Island, take a sunset boat cruise to Clifton or a helicopter trip up to Cape Point. It has it all

For people that are looking to relocate there are fantastic opportunity within the property market. There are great incentives for international buyers and it offers incredible value for money

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