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Western Cape

Camps Bay

Area: Situated between the magnificent Twelve Apostles mountain range and the glistening waters of the Atlantic Ocean, Camps Bay is arguably one of South Africa’s most popular and sought-after residential areas and tourist destinations. Like its popular neighboring suburbs, Clifton and Bakoven, the area is conveniently close to the city centre, yet offers a more relaxed, laid-back atmosphere, where it’s safe to walk around, day and night. With its popular Blue Flag beaches and ample opportunities to relax and take in the unsurpassed views of Cape Town’s natural beauty, Camps Bay offers residents and visitors a truly unique...


Area: High above the water, overlooking the vast expanse of the Atlantic Ocean, you’ll find a little bay where the rich and fabulous like to play. Driving along the narrow, winding road between Sea Point and Camps Bay, it’s easy to see why Clifton is one of the more affluent residential areas in Cape Town. With Table Mountain as its backdrop, this is one of those trendy areas where you’ll definitely want to be seen. The area holds a certain Mediterranean charm, with white, sandy beaches, azure blue water and breathtaking cliffs speckled with luxury apartments. Clifton is a destination of choice for both local and international residents and travelers...

Hout Bay

Area Less than 30 minutes’ drive from the Cape Town City Centre, the picturesque suburb of Hout Bay lies nestled in between lush mountains, stretching down to a white sandy beach and historic fishing harbour. The locals lovingly call it “The Republic of Hout Bay” and indeed, driving into the village gives you the impression that you’ve entered a whole different country! The inhabitants of this special valley are friendly and welcoming, adding to the small town feel and real sense of community you encounter here. Hout Bay has plenty to offer residents and visitors, with shops, restaurants, art galleries, a sports club and even a public library!...



Area Llandudno is an exclusive suburb on Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard, where you’ll find some of the most expensive residential property in the country. This an unusual suburb is set in a private and peaceful cove, which can only be accessed by a single road, snaking down past luxurious houses to the pristine white sand and crisp blue waters of the main beach. It is surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty and is a perfect little hideaway for those who prefer to live outside the hustle and bustle of the city. There is not a single restaurant, shop or commercial development in the entire suburb, however Hout Bay and the city centre are easily accessible...

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