From bustling nightclubs and restaurants to Blue Flag beaches, delicious food and wine markets, and some of the most spectacular sunset viewing spots on the planet, Cape Town’s coastal region famously has it all. Avid surfers can head to Muizenberg or Noordhoek, sunbathers can bask at St James, Camp’s Bay or Clifton, and a casual sunset stroll down Sea Point’s Promenade is a definite must-do activity for any visitor.
Set back from the ocean, Green Point is one of Cape Town's most vibrant city suburbs - a place of lively bars, gay-friendly nightclubs and glitzy cabaret restaurants. These venues often stay open all night, especially in summer season and on weekends, but if you're not a night owl, there's a wide range of daytime restaurants, delicatessens and coffee bars as well.And if you’re looking to do a spot of shopping, you’ll be spoilt for choice with a selection of Cape Town’s best boutique stores.
The residential part of Green Point, with its rows of narrow, leafy streets lined with elegant Victorian houses, has a close-knit village atmosphere. Accommodation generally comes in the form of boutique hotels, guesthouses and private villas.