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No better way to see the Southern Cape!   Ever imagined pedalling at a relaxed pace around the Cape Peninsula, the South Western most tip of...
from R2474
per night for 2 guests

Cape Point Cottages

Sleeps 11 in 2 rooms

Cape Point Cottages is located on the largest private property in the Cape Point area. The two cottages are situated outside of the city...
from R1080
per night for 2 guests
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    Accommodation near Cape Point

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    12.69km from Cape Point
    Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

    Break-Away is perfectly located on the rocks of the Castle Rock marine reserve, enroute to Cape Point. Spectacular views of False Bay and...
    from R6150
    per night for 2 guests

    South Winds

    12.75km from Cape Point
    5 Reviews
    Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

    South Winds is a luxury, self-catering, wooden bungalow situated directly on the rocks of Castle Rock Marine Reserve on the Cape Peninsula....
    from R2270
    per night for 2 guests

    Olifantsbos Guest House Table...

    15.16km from Cape Point
    Sleeps 11 in 5 rooms

    The park is recognized globally for its extraordinarily rich, diverse and unique fauna and flora -...
    from R2840
    per night for 2 guests

    Aqua Terra

    15.60km from Cape Point
    Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

    Located in a prime position, this landmark house overlooks the entire False Bay. Aqua Terra is a symphony of architecture, glass and modern...
    from R1550
    per night for 2 guests

    Simon’s Town Beach House

    15.67km from Cape Point
    Sleeps 7 in 3 rooms

    Simon’s Town Beach House, a wonderful family home, is located just past Simon’s Town and the well renowned Boulder’s Beach, home to the...
    from R3000
    per night for 2 guests

    Seagetaway Self-catering Acco...

    15.90km from Cape Point
    1 Review
    Sleeps 11 in 4 rooms

    Seagetaway offers self-catering accommodation for families, friends and couples in Simon’s Town,...
    from R800
    per night for 2 guests
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    Rocklands House

    15.91km from Cape Point
    8 Reviews
    Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

    Rocklands House is situated in the beautiful and historical Simon’s Town. This self-catering house is located on the mountain overlooking...
    from R2400
    per night for 2 guests

    3 on Rocklands

    16.00km from Cape Point
    Sleeps 11 in 3 rooms

    3 on Rocklands is a Beach Villa that has been converted into three apartments. The villa can be rented as a whole and opened up between...
    from R900
    per night for 2 guests

    Eland and Duiker Cottage Tabl...

    16.05km from Cape Point
    1 Review
    Sleeps 11 in 2 rooms

    Ideal for family holidays, the Eland and Duiker Cottages are situated in the Cape of Good Hope...
    from R900
    per night for 2 guests

    Watercolours House

    16.07km from Cape Point
    Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

    Watercolours House is situated is Murdoch Valley, Simon’s Town. This guest house stands directly opposite the Indian Ocean and at the very...
    from R1400
    per night for 2 guests

    Cape Point South Africa

    Cape Point  Accommodation

    Okay, so Cape Point is not the place where the Atlantic meets the Indian Ocean and neither is it the southernmost point of Africa. Nevertheless, it is far more spectacular and a lot more accessible than the actual tip at Cape Agulhas. It's also one of the most visited attractions in Cape Town.

    Cape Point is the highlight in any Cape Town tour, and can be visited on its own. Although there are a number of animals, mainly antelope, zebras, baboons and ostriches, Cape Point's main attractions are the awesome scenery and the unspoiled fynbos vegetation, and fantastic flowers.

    Sir Frances Drake, the first circumnavigator to complete a voyage around the world, described it as 'the fairest cape we saw in the whole circumference of the earth.' Enormous sea cliffs tower above the battering ocean, whipped by fierce winds that whisk hats from view-bedazzled tourists. On the west side the shore is littered with shipwrecks, testimony to the notoriously treacherous waters around here. There's so much to see and do, the beaches are fabulous and one can easily spend a whole day here.

    Most visitors to Cape Point venture up a steep path to the old lighthouse built in 1860, which was too often hidden in clouds so a newer one was built in 1914. Perched further down the cliffs, it’s the most powerful lighthouse in South Africa.

    At the car park there’s a reputable restaurant with great big windows that take in the awesome views and dizzying drop below. Here one can retreat from the wind and have a bite to eat with no danger of baboons snatching your scoff. For those not keen on an energetic walk there’s a funicular that runs to the top and a curio shop.

    There are loads of way marked paths for strolls and longer walks. The shortest is just a 15-minute amble through choice fynbos to the Smitswinkel viewpoint. A great coastal walk is the Shipwreck Trail starting at Olifantsbos on the western side of the reserve. The two-day Cape of Good Hope Trail is a fabulous hike and way to experience the fauna and flora of the Cape Floral Kingdom. Cape Point is also the culmination of the exciting multi-day slackpacking Hoerikwaggo Trail that starts in Cape Town city and ambles across Table Mountain. On the eastern side at Bordjiesdrif and Buffels Bay are safe tidal pools for swimming as well as picnic and braai spots.

    The most popular route to cycle is from the main gate down to Cape Point, run by a few commercial companies who even provide bikes. Whatever mode you choose to get around in, keep an eye open for animals living in the reserve, ranging from tortoises crossing the road to ostriches striding along the beach.

    One can spot various Cape antelope species including the endemic bontebok rescued from extinction in the last century and the extremely rare Cape mountain zebras. Birders will thrill at the sight of peregrine falcons plummeting down from the cliff tops, African black oystercatchers hopping about the rocky shore, ocean birds soaring about and sunbirds flitting amoungst the fynbos.

    Surfers have lots of breaks to choose from although the eastern side needs the huge winter swells to wrap around the Point before it gets surfable. Hardcore paddlers, divers and fishermen alike frequent the reserve to satisfy their aquatic addictions.

    Okay, so Cape Point is not the place where the Atlantic meets the Indian Ocean and neither is it the southernmost point of Africa. Nevertheless, it is far more spectacular and a lot more accessible than the actual tip at Cape Agulhas. It's also one...

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