Location and Attractions

Situated on the Atlantic Seaboard close to the V&A Waterfront and Sea Point, Mouille Point is a seaside treasure. Within walking distance to major attractions such as the Cape Town Stadium and Green Point Urban Park, Mouille Point is cosmopolitan yet chilled, trendy yet family friendly, offering un-crowded small beaches, a promenade and an impressive offering of chic restaurants.

Lions Head

Lion's Head is a majestic peak nestled between Table Mountain and Signal Hill in Cape Town, South Africa, standing at 669 meters (2,195 ft) above sea level. It adds to Cape Town's landscape, serving as a breathtaking backdrop to the city and is proudly part of Table Mountain National Park. The peak's allure is evident through its popular trail, a relatively short hike of two to three hours. The path winds gracefully around the mountain, treating hikers to captivating views along the way.

Table Mountain

Table Mountain stands as a distinctive flat-topped mountain that commands attention as it gazes over the city of Cape Town in South Africa. Its’ iconic presence draws countless tourists, who either ascend via the cableway or embark on invigorating hikes to reach its summit. This natural wonder is encompassed by the Table Mountain National Park, a highly frequented destination that attracts approximately 4.2 million visitors annually, offering a diverse range of activities. Hosting an astonishing array of 8,200 plant species, with an impressive 80% classified as fynbos or fine bush, the mountain becomes a botanical haven.

V&A Waterfront

Nestled against the stunning backdrop of Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront stands as an iconic mixed-use destination within Cape Town, occupying the oldest working harbour in the Southern Hemisphere. Encompassing 123 hectares of vibrant space, this neighbourhood serves as a cultural crossroads, drawing millions of individuals from across the globe. With its rich heritage and diverse character, the V&A Waterfront offers a unique blend of play, living, shopping, dining, and working experiences, all infused with the authentic essence of local culture.

Cape Town Stadium

The Cape Town Stadium, also known as the DHL Stadium, is a versatile sports arena in Cape Town, South Africa, originally built for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. It has hosted various sports events, serving as the home ground for WP Rugby, DHL Stormers, Cape Town Spurs, and Cape Town City. Additionally, it has been a venue for major rugby tournaments like the South Africa Sevens and the Rugby 7s World Cup

Green Point Urban Park

Set in Cape Town's Green Point Urban Park, the Biodiversity Garden is an incredible space in which to immerse yourself in a selection of the unique flora indigenous to Cape Town. It features no fewer than 300 local plant species, info boards on how the Khoisan used these plants, animal sculptures, interactive displays, demonstration gardens and more. The park is 12.5 hectares and features a large circular lawn area known as “the common”, where there are bicycle and running paths, play parks and a small amphitheatre

Metropolitan Golf Club

At Metropolitan Golf Club you enjoy your round of golf in the most centrally situated green belt of Cape Town. A 5 minute walk from the V&A Waterfront and set behind the Cape Town Stadium with magnificent views of Table Mountain and Signal Hill, it’s easy to see why it is one of Cape Town’s favourite courses. The Metropolitan course offers a variety of greens and tee options, resulting in a rare challenge for a nine hole golf course rated in the top ten nine hole courses in South Africa.

Camps Bay Beach

Just down the road from Clifton you’ll find the gently curving crescent of Camps Bay – the best-known beach on the Cape Town coast. Both locals and visitors flock to this palm-lined strip for people-watching, to play beach bats or volleyball, walk their dogs or catch a tan while gazing up at the dramatic peaks of the Twelve Apostles range, part of Table Mountain.