Atlantic Seaboard Known as Millionaires Mile, this area boasts magnifiscent sea views from most of the glamorous properties. This is Cafe Societi with hints of Miami and Malibu !
Camps Bay is frequented by those wanting the ultimate in Life. Pavement Cafes, Restaurants, Nightlife and Beachlife. Set apart from the city by the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range and fronted by the famous palm fringed, white, sandy beach of Camps Bay
Nestled between Clifton and Sea Point and directly under Lions Head nature reserve lies Bantry Bay. Home to spectacular ocean views, magnificent homes and shelter from the wind. Queens beach is where the folk of Bantry Bay frolic and laze about in the African sun.
Sea Point is the land of much gastronomic and retail delight. Sea Point is comprised of two main parrallel roads, each serving a different purpose. The main road is the busiest, most diverse and where one finds an array of different shops and businesses to cater for almost everything you can think of. The beach road offers an entirely differnt thing......a seemingly endless promenade sprinkled with fine restaurants, lush lawns, parks and views to match.
Laden with apartment blocks, hotels, shops and restaraunts on the one side and an abundance of sporting fields and facilities on the other is Green Point. Green Point is the home of Cape Towns FIFA World Cup Stadium which will host, most notably, the quarter finals of the beautiful games most prestigious competition.
Hout Bay is almost considered another world around here. Partly becuase it is quite some way away from the city or nearest suburbs. Hout Bay is a lazy sea-side village with its very own harbour and unique residents. Hout Bay is also the host of an invitation only big wave surf contest held every year at Dungeons, a deep water reef that lies just infront of The Sentinel mountain peak which keeps Hout Bays fishing community safe in its bosom. This place is basically its own republic!