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Natascha's Guidebook

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Natascha's Guidebook

Food Scene
The best croissants & milktart in CT. A family-run convenience store & an essential foodie pitstop for locals and foreigners alike, tucked away in the beautiful suburb of Camps Bay.You’ll find a fantastic selection of pastries, a wide range of local produce and tasty treats from abroad.
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Camps Bay Continental Food Market
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The best croissants & milktart in CT. A family-run convenience store & an essential foodie pitstop for locals and foreigners alike, tucked away in the beautiful suburb of Camps Bay.You’ll find a fantastic selection of pastries, a wide range of local produce and tasty treats from abroad.
Sightseeing
The V&A Waterfront is the oldest working harbour in South Africa and its 123 hectares are used for far more than just commercial fishing. This harbour caters to a wide range of vessels and yachts. Famous people like Elton John, David Beckham and Madonna have bought property in this beautiful area. You may want to know more about this iconic stop and how it got its name. Prince Alfred, the son of Queen Victoria visited the Cape Colony Harbour in 1860 when he was only 16 years old. He was a Royal Navy Midshipman on the HMS Euryalus and he made quite a splash with the colonials and local chiefs. The first basin of the new Navy Yard was named after Prince Alfred and the second after his mother. The V&A has two deep water passenger vessel berths, a super yacht berth and a multitude of private floating marina berths. The local fishing industry occupies about 60% of this harbour. This gives the visitors to the V&A an ever-changing backdrop of tugboats, cruise liners and yachts while there are few local seals that like to sun themselves along the jetties.
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V & A Waterfront
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The V&A Waterfront is the oldest working harbour in South Africa and its 123 hectares are used for far more than just commercial fishing. This harbour caters to a wide range of vessels and yachts. Famous people like Elton John, David Beckham and Madonna have bought property in this beautiful area. You may want to know more about this iconic stop and how it got its name. Prince Alfred, the son of Queen Victoria visited the Cape Colony Harbour in 1860 when he was only 16 years old. He was a Royal Navy Midshipman on the HMS Euryalus and he made quite a splash with the colonials and local chiefs. The first basin of the new Navy Yard was named after Prince Alfred and the second after his mother. The V&A has two deep water passenger vessel berths, a super yacht berth and a multitude of private floating marina berths. The local fishing industry occupies about 60% of this harbour. This gives the visitors to the V&A an ever-changing backdrop of tugboats, cruise liners and yachts while there are few local seals that like to sun themselves along the jetties.
1. The iconic symbol of Cape Town Everyone knows the shape of Table Mountain and it is used as the logo for Cape Town Tourism and the City of Cape Town. 2. A World Heritage Site UNESCO has named Table Mountain one of eight World Heritage sites in South Africa. Not many people know this, but Robben Island and Table Mountain are the only two heritage sites in the world that are in visibility of each other. 3. Spectacular views It goes without saying that the views from the top of the mountain are absolutely spectacular. On a clear day one can see across False Bay to the other side, as well as over our magnificent city. Sunsets are particularly amazing.
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桌山
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1. The iconic symbol of Cape Town Everyone knows the shape of Table Mountain and it is used as the logo for Cape Town Tourism and the City of Cape Town. 2. A World Heritage Site UNESCO has named Table Mountain one of eight World Heritage sites in South Africa. Not many people know this, but Robben Island and Table Mountain are the only two heritage sites in the world that are in visibility of each other. 3. Spectacular views It goes without saying that the views from the top of the mountain are absolutely spectacular. On a clear day one can see across False Bay to the other side, as well as over our magnificent city. Sunsets are particularly amazing.
Braai Spots, Snorkelling, Beaches And More In A Paradise Cove Oudekraal is part of the Table Mountain National Park, tucked away in a cove between Llandudno and Bakoven opposite the 12 Apostles Hotel. The spiritual, historical and natural importance of this area has left this piece of paradise relatively untouched. Bring your braai or picnic, swim, go snorkelling, soak up the sun, and capture the gorgeous scenery on camera. You can even host your event here.
Oudekraal Beach
Braai Spots, Snorkelling, Beaches And More In A Paradise Cove Oudekraal is part of the Table Mountain National Park, tucked away in a cove between Llandudno and Bakoven opposite the 12 Apostles Hotel. The spiritual, historical and natural importance of this area has left this piece of paradise relatively untouched. Bring your braai or picnic, swim, go snorkelling, soak up the sun, and capture the gorgeous scenery on camera. You can even host your event here.