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Muizenberg, V&A Waterfront, Camps Bay, Cape Town City Centre / CBD, Cape Town, Simon's Town, De Waterkant, Sea Point, Rondebosch, Hout Bay, Green Point, Century City, Milnerton, Llandudno, Constantia, Durbanville, Table View, Bloubergstrand, Bellville, Fish Hoek
Noordhoek is a suburb of Cape Town, set in the midst of mountains and Nature Reserves, overlooking one of the most magnificently beautiful beaches on earth. It is tucked away in the south-western corner of Cape Town’s peninsula, at the foot of Chapman’s Peak . A long white beach stretching for kilometres, smallholdings filled with crops & farm animals, horse riding schools and properties interspersed amongst thicket, gives this suburb a true rustic village feel.
Access to Noordhoek from Cape Town is via either of two spectacular scenic passes; Chapman’s Peak Drive or via the Old Cape Road past Silvermine.
The prized wetland behind the Noordhoek beach contains rare lowland fynbos and is of such significance that the area has been incorporated into the Table Mountain Nature Park to prevent development.
Things to do
Enjoy a relaxing shopping experience at the Noordhoek Village Centre. Huge oaks shade the quaint varied shops. The centre has four restaurants and boutique hotel on the premises. Children’s entertainment is plentiful.
You can spoil yourself with a full beauty treatment at Caroline’s Health and Beauty.
Surfing is a major pastime in Noordhoek. The Hoek, Dunes and Rocky's are the popular surfing spots in Noordhoek. A fourth surfing area is Sunset, used by big wave surfers to prepare for Red Bull’s Big Wave Africa annual event.
Chapman’s Peak Drive must surely rank as one of the world’s top scenic drives. With over 114 bends along the 9kms route, the spectacular sea and mountain views eventually end at Hout Bay. Here you can take a boat ride to view the seal colony on Cormorant Island.
Aside from their sought-after wines, Cape Point Vineyards is popular for stunning sunsets viewed from the deck or in the sprawling gardens overlooking the lake. Purchase a picnic basket to extend your stay. The venue plays host to the Noordhoek Community Market, a weekday... Show more
Self Catering places can be found from rural to urban areas and can vary in what they offer. They allow plenty freedom and is a great inexpensive way to spend your holiday. They have been widely classified as a “Home away from home”. This is a good option for guests who don’t mind cooking their own food, and are looking for a more independent and flexible form of accommodation. For budget and large families, we would recommend self-catering for a more personalised experience.