Cape Town and the surrounding area is the prime tourist destination in South Africa for leisure, the business traveller, wine enthusiasts & sports fans.
You can take a leisurely hike up Table Mountain or go up in the cable car. Robben Island (where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned) is only a short distance away via ferry! Many of the famous Cape Wine Routes – Stellenbosch, Franschoek etc are a short drive from Cape Town and well worth a day's outing. As the saying goes, 'Come to Cape Town and see why'.
In a city with its bustling hubs of activity well known for great hospitality, colourful people, fantastic food and superb scenery what better way to enjoy all that Cape Town has to offer by staying in one of the wonderful accommodations in Bloubergstrand – a coastal suburb of Cape Town.
Bloubergstrand is well known for its classic unsurpassed view of Table Mountain across the bay and for endless white sandy beaches on the Atlantic seaboard.and en route to the West Coast of South Africa, approximately 24 kms from Cape Town City Centre and V&A Waterfront and 24 kms to Cape Town International airport.
Bloubergstrand - Big Bay Beach is renowned throughout the world as a superb venue for kite and wind surfing, whether you are a beginner wanting to take lessons, taking part in international and national competitions or just a leisure surfer. Little Bay is a nice family beach and suitable for sunbathers.
For the business traveller City Centre is only 25 minutes away, and industrial areas such as Paarden Island, Montague Gardens, Koeberg and Atlantis are close by thus making it a popular destination for both leisure and business, local and international.
Apart from the beautiful beaches and spectacular views, Bloubergstrand offers the visitor a number of attractions and activities. Its close proximity to the City Centre also makes it a convenient base when visiting the Cape. Bloubergstrand has many restaurants including an original fisherman’s cottage at the waters edge where you can enjoy a seafood feast whilst enjoying the views or be active and take part in any of a number of extreme sports.