Cape Town, South Africa

The heart of the Western Cape is without doubt the city of Cape Town. With a distinct flavour of its own, affected in no small part by the cultural melting pot of Indonesian, French, Dutch, British and German settlers who each indelibly stamped their mark upon the foundations of the city, Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world today.
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The Lady Hamilton Hotel is situated in the South African city of Cape Town. Warmed by the African sun, beautiful Cape Town is dominated by the famous, towering Table Mountain. The city is on a peninsula of soaring, rocky heights and lush valleys. At the edge of this peninsula, the Indian and Atlantic Oceans converge.

Cable car on Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa- only one hour from Franschhoek home of La Clé des Montagnes- 4 luxurious villas on a working wine farm

Robben Island

South Africa - Robben Island 50 km from Franschhoek and La Clé des Montanges

The Cape Grace Hotel

Cape Grace, Cape Town A movable pedestrian bascule bridge provides access from Cape Town’s bustling waterfront to this quiet, mansard-roofed hotel on its own private quay.

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is a world famous garden which is home to indigenous flora to the Cape. The immaculately kept gardens and modern visitor centre are an incredible asset to the City of Cape Town.  Allow yourself plenty time to walk around the gardens and relax in this natural, tranquil setting. The garden is great for picnics and people of all ages enjoy what the garden has to offer. From December to March, musical sunset concerts are held on the lawns.

Butchart Gardens, Victoria, B.C. The Butchart Gardens at Todd Inlet, which lie around 14 miles from Victoria B.C., covers more than 55 acres of the 130 acre Butchart Estate.

The Cableway and Table Mountain

The famous Table Mountain Cable Car. Go up for a bite to eat at the mountain top restaurant and enjoy some unforgettable 360 degree views of the Cape Peninsula.

Greenmarket Square, Cape Town  You cannot visit Cape Town and not visit one of its oldest markets, set on a cobbled square between Short and long Market Streets.

Green Market Square has played a vital role in Cape Town’s history as both a market and gathering place, highlighting the City’s unique diversity. It is one of Cape Town’s top attractions and a national monument.

Victoria and Alfred Waterfront - Cape Town

Experiences of a Self-Employed informal craft artist trading in Cape Town that allowed her to a sustainable livelihood.

Cape Point is the end of the Cape Peninsula, which is part of Table Mountain National Park of South Africa. A full day driving tour of the peninsula allows time to see seal island of Hout Bay, the penguins at Boulders Beach, the Cape of Good Hope, and Kirstenbosch Gardens.

10 Things to Do in Cape Town

Photo of the Cape Point, South Africa view of overlook, taken from the lighthouse