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Think of Cape Town’s southern suburbs and ‘leafy, parklike setting’ comes to mind. The southern suburbs of Cape Town extend from Observatory to Steenberg Estate in the south and Constantia in the west to Ottery eastwards.
Two of Cape Town’s major highways run through the southern suburbs for easy access to the airport and city centre.
The southern suburbs encircle Cape Town’s oldest wine producing area and the national botanical gardens. Also within this area is the University of Cape Town and some of South Africa’s oldest and finest schools.
The area experiences slightly more rain than other parts of Cape Town and is interspersed with lush, green belts and beautiful homes.
Things to do
Here are a few things to do in each of the suburbs –
The 11 wine estates carpet the entire Constantia Valley in greenery in summer. The best-known wine estate is Groot Constantia directly on the Purple Wine Tour... Show more
Hotels offer guests a reliable, and comfortable place to stay while on holiday. All the basic amenities and facilities are provided, making your stay there simple and hassle-free. While hotels are the more expensive option, guests are sure to find one in the location they wish to visit and explore, making them an ideal option for those wanting basic accommodation and basecamp for their holiday. Guests wanting a little more than the basics, they should consider staying at themed or or 5 starred hotel. Choose from the wide variety of hotels across South Africa on AccommoDirect.