Most travelers that have been to Cape Town before have visited iconic spots like Table Mountain and the V&A Waterfront. However, there are dozens of more great places in the city that are worth exploring. The estate agents at Pam Golding Properties know of a few hidden spots and secrets around town that you should check out:
Sea Point agents Farrel Kelman, Minette Munitz recommend that you head to the promenade, which features new new public art and cafes. They also advise using the drop-and-go bike rental company, Upcycles, which has a network of stations around Cape Town.
Agents Linda Kagan, Jenny Katz and Ian Konkol suggest the following:
- Drive to the end of Ocean View Drive and watch the magnificent summer sunsets from Fresnaye Rock — a popular sunset vantage point.
- Visit the open air gym on the Sea Point promenade and enjoy a gym session with a sea view where you will meet new people while training outdoors.
- Visit De Waterkant village and take a walk through this beautiful suburb with its quaint 18th century cottages, cobbled streets and colourful shop fronts. (Part of Green Point, adjacent to the CBD on the south-eastern end of Somerset Road.)
Local agent Annette Hepburn recommends visiting Clifton 4th beach as it has family-friendly evenings of free music and picture-perfect picnicking. You can also book for a sunset cruise from the Waterfront to 4th Beach and back.