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Northern Suburbs Cape Town is central.
Century City north of Cape Town was constructed in 1997,and was a new beginning for young families looking for an improved lifestyle, and for corporates and businesses wanting to avoid the Cape Town city traffic. The 480ha – and growing – Century City caters for today’s social living arrangements, whereby apartments, businesses, shopping centres, entertainment and nature are all closely associated.
The northern suburbs links Cape Town to the winelands area. This fast-growing region is a blend of cluster homes and sprawling suburbs overlooking Cape Town, high up on the Tyberberg Hills and farmland.
The national N1 highway between Cape Town and Johannesburg passes through the northern suburbs.
The climate is comfortable year round. However, the cool south-easterly winds that blow in summer suit the Sauvignon Blanc vines along Durbanville’s wine route.
Things to do
The northern suburbs cover a vast region with much to keep you entertained.
It’s a 20-minute drive from Cape Town to experience wine tasting on the Durbanville Wine Route. There are only 12 wineries on the route, however, they are all unique and the countryside is superbly scenic. The De Grendel Wine Farm vineyards are at an elevated 350m above sea level.
Willowbridge Shopping Centre is a melting pot of exclusive strip mall and piazza where good coffee can be sipped while people watching.
Durbanville Race Course is the venue for horse race meetings, big name concerts and the town’s botanical gardens.
Visit Bellville’s Arts Association Art.B showcasing an impressive line-up of community art.
For shopping , Century Citys Canal Walk Mall consists of acres of floor space with elite retail outlets, restaurants and popular chain stores.
Hike the network of trails at Tygerberg Nature Reserve to view the delicate fynbos, the Bontebok buck species and if fortunate, a glimpse of one of many nocturnal creatures in the reserve.
The equestrian centre in Durbanville is home to the Cape... Show more
For guests who are self-sufficient and would much prefer their own space and privacy, there are apartments. These are designed to ensure guests feel right at home and have a proper living space to enjoy on their holiday. Apartments are self-catering and come with a fully equipped kitchen, living room and at least one en suite bathroom. More often than not, guests will enjoy spectacular views of their surrounds, and find that they are close to shops and transport. Apartments are ideally suited for families or small groups of friends. Apartments come in all shapes and sizes and prices to suit your preference or budget. You can find the apartment tailored to your needs.