Situated along a slim stretch of land between Lion’s Head and the Atlantic Ocean is the bustling suburb of Sea Point.
Utterly cosmopolitan in nature, Sea Point is a vibrant mix of cultures, cuisines, and comparisons. The air is fresh, the streets are busy and the ocean-side property is abundant. This suburb is a hive of activity from dusk till dawn and it is a truly beautiful place to visit or live.
- Head to the Sea Point promenade for sunrise or sunset walks and enjoy the incredible view across the ocean
- Spend time exploring the Mojo Market for amazing culinary delights and exciting retail stalls
- Sunday brunch at the Winchester Mansions Hotel are popular affairs with live jazz and a delicious spread
Worth more than a quick drive-through en route to Camps Bay from the city, Sea Point is extremely popular as both a residential area and as a place to spend an entertaining day. From stylish apartments at the seaside to spacious villas on the slopes of Signal Hill, there is something for everyone in terms of accommodation.
The hugely popular promenade runs the length of Sea Point's beachfront and extends as far as Bantry Bay in one direction and Mouille Point in the other. Here there is constant activity throughout the day, from serious runners to those taking an easy stroll, and people-watching is an activity all on its own.
There are a number of play parks for children along the promenade as well as large lawns for relaxing or playing games. The Sea Point Pavilion is a truly beautiful public swimming pool complex right at the ocean. There is a 50m Olympic size pool plus two splash pools for children and a diving pool.
Sea Point's main road is literally filled with restaurants and it's impossible to walk a few metres without passing a variety of cuisine options. From fine-dining to takeaways, there is something for everyone and something different for every day of the week.View other areas >