Self Catering Accommodation Cape Town Sights

From our Cape Town self catering accommodation establishment, Ten on Joubert, in Green Point, our guests are able to visit all the sightseeing and attraction hotspots of Cape Town and the Peninsula.

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Cape Town has several well-known natural features that attract tourists, most notably Table Mountain, which forms a large part of the Table Mountain National Park and is the back end of the City Bowl. The 1087m high Table Mountain is the landmark of Cape Town and South Africa's biggest tourist attraction, no doubt. It's approximately 600 million years old and covers a total area of about 6,500 ha dominated by Table Mountain, Signal Hill, Lion's Head and Devil's Peak and the entire city. From the summit there is a breathtaking panoramic view of Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula. Especially recommended to our Cape Town self catering accommodation guests, is a trip up Table Mountain and experiencing a magical sunset. An unforgettable experience! The reach the summit, you can either walk one of the 12 official ascent routes, with the cable car, or reach for the more adventurous and extreme among you, as a mountaineer. Do not forget to bring a jacket because the weather can be very windy and cold near the top. Table Mountain also offers a multitude of different flower species, including the national flower of South Africa, the Protea. Table Mountain is an absolute must for every tourist in Cape Town. It is possible to either drive or hike up Signal Hill for closer views of the Cape Town City Bowl and Table Mountain.

Visitors to Cape Town and guests at our self catering accommodation Cape Town Green Point venue, Ten on Joubert, can easily experience the abundance of sights and attractions that Cape Town has to offer. From hiking in the mountains and grasslands to pristine beaches and wine areas, there is truly something for everybody. With Table Mountain in the background, the Cape Town beaches are a haven for tourists and locals alike. Cape Town's blue flag status proves itself in the Little Bays of Clifton, which is a popular celebrity hangout. Adding great value to Cape Town's rich cultural heritage, and built over 3 centuries ago in 1666, The Castle of Good Hope is a star fort that stands today as South Africa's oldest building. Cape Point is recognised as the dramatic headland at the end of the Cape Peninsula. Many tourists also drive along Chapman's Peak Drive, a narrow road that links Noordhoek with Hout Bay, for the views of the Atlantic Ocean and nearby mountains.

Cape Town's experienced travel guides make the city an excellent platform for your travels, so make sure you pack your camera to capture these memorable moments. Constantia Valley, situated in the prestigious suburb of Constantia, is where South Africa's ever-growing wine industry began. The five remaining farms have been beautifully renovated true to Cape Dutch style and recapture the charming 18th century European atmosphere. Constantia Wine Route is intimate and humbly rewarding, and although it might be smaller than others the quality of the wines and cuisine is outstanding, and promises to impress even the most meticulous of connoisseurs.

One of our Self catering apartments in Cape Town is an exclusive self catering holiday apartment in Cape Town, and is our accommodation in Sea Point venue, with a swimming pool and garden and consisting of two bedrooms; one bathroom and boasting a lounge and kitchen area with the lounge leading out to an outside patio for entertainment.

Contact Us

Address:10 Joubert Road
 Greenpoint, 8005
 Cape Town
Mobile:084 584 6946
E-mail: info@barnardscape.com

For any enquiries about our self catering accommodation, Greyton self catering accommodation, or for enquiries about anything related to our fairest city in South Africa, and Greyton in general, please use the contact information provided above to get into contact with us.