Sea Point Promenade
If you like evening or morning walks, the Sea Point Promenade is a beautiful walk next to the ocean, there are often dog walkers, runners and cyclists on this route. If you're feeling up to it, you can walk all the way around the cost to Clifton beaches and end up in Camps Bay.
This is a Cape Town seafront favourite and runs for about 5km from Mouille Point near the Waterfront past the iconic lighthouse all the way to Bantry Bay. On warm weekends and evenings it's packed with walkers, cyclists and of course doggies! Look out for the public swimming pool right on the…
A beautiful place to run, cycle (bike hire available on the promenade) and walk with the sea on one side and the mountain on the other. Various kids jungle gyms, art exhibitions and food venders are scattered along the promenade. Join the locals as they soak up the sun and enjoy nature.
The Sea Point Promenade is one of Cape Town’s favorite places to cycle, walk and play. The Promenade runs the length of Sea Point’s beachfront, from Bantry Bay to Mouille Point where it connects to Green Point Urban Park. This scenic route is completely traffic free and is suitable for kids and…
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“A little Eden in the middle of the Mother City, Green Point Park (managed by the City’s Strategic Assets Department) lies right below the Cape Town Stadium. Enjoy a spontaneous afternoon picnicking on the open lawn while the kids run free, or take a walk, run or cycle in the fresh air surrounded by the sounds of the ocean. Could an outdoor space tick more boxes? Why they’ll love it: There’s plenty of space to run around; a gated Tot Lot playground with swings, a jungle gym, slides and tunnels; and a bricked path along the water where they can cycle safely. Add to that, one of Cape Town’s favourite ice-cream parlours, The Creamery, is just a short walk away.”
“Classic Italian food with ocean views. Beg (or if needed, bribe) the Maître d' for a table on the terrace. The waiting staff have been around for 20+yrs, the appetiser bread is to die for and what's better than settling into a sofa under the trees for a relaxed glass of Sauvignon Blanc while watching the world go by? 281 Beach Rd”