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Bloubergstrand, Century City, Hout Bay, Cape Town City Centre / CBD, Bellville, V&A Waterfront, Llandudno, Sea Point, Milnerton, Noordhoek, Fish Hoek, Durbanville, Green Point, Simon's Town, Rondebosch, Camps Bay, Constantia, Table View, Cape Town, De Waterkant
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Seen from afar, the three large circular buildings at the foot of Table Mountain – and what locals refer to as the salt and pepper pots – are your beacon to guide you directly into the Cape Town suburb of Vredehoek.
Vredehoek is an established suburb, popular with young families and singles and is currently undergoing somewhat of a revival as older buildings are renovated, streets are rerouted and popup suburban cafés surface.
The name in Dutch means Peaceful Corner, appropriate for this suburb that lies to the south of the city. Vredehoek has a bird’s eye view of Table Bay with Table Mountain as a backdrop and is within easy walking distance of the city and hiking trails around the mountain.
Top 6 reasons to visit Vredehoek
1. Attempt a hike up Table Mountain via the various routes beginning in Vredehoek. Ask your host for a route map. Once you’ve reached the summit... Show more