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The city of Cape Town, watched over by the unique and majestic Table Mountain is South Africa’s oldest town and one of South Africa’s jewels. With its melting pot of cultures, rich historical and cultural heritage and the pristine white beaches that sweep along its coastline, the Western Cape has much to offer any visiting tourist.


The city is vibrant and cosmopolitan offering excellent Cape Town accommodation at hotels, guest houses, lodges, B&B's and holiday apartments and fine dining at her restaurants. For sunseekers, Camps Bay beach, Clifton and many other beaches offer the perfect opportunity to soak up some rays and there are ample surfspots for the avid surfer, from Long Beach to Kogel Baai.


Slightly further afield are the many wine routes that offer historic estates, unrivalled natural beauty and some of the best wine tasting in the world. The area is criss-crossed with wine routes, with the Durbanville Hills Route a mere 20 minute drive from Cape Town. Continuing further one finds the renowned wine-producing areas of Paarl, Franschhoek, and Stellenbosch.

On the West Coast of the Cape, it seems time has stood still, with small fishing villages such asPaternoster having changed little since their founding, over a century ago.


In the spring and summer months, Hermanus on the eastern coast of the Cape draws countless visitors, who congregate to view the annual passing of the Southern Right Whale. Small towns like Swellendam, located just off the N2 highway are also well worth a visit, offering, in this case, unique attractions such as the Faerie Sanctuary, while others, like McGregor, are a haven for artists and craftspeople.


Also within the borders of the Western Cape is the Garden Route, aptly named for its breathtaking natural vegetation.

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