Located to the south east of Cape Town’s city bowl and Table Mountain, the southern suburbs are a collection of residential areas. For the most part these areas are at the base of the Table Mountain National Park which stretches from Signal Hill right down to Cape Point.
These pretty, leafy areas include Rondebosch, Observatory, Claremont, Kenilworth, Wynberg, Newlands, Constantia, Bishopscourt, and Tokai. The southern peninsula stretches further down to Muizenberg, Noordhoek, Fish Hoek, Kommetjie, and Simon’s Town.
- Visit the Cape Point Vineyard for their Thursday evening market or a picnic with exceptional views
- Don’t miss the Maynardville Community Chest Carnival in Wynberg at the end of January
- The University of Cape Town has campuses in the southern suburbs and is an impressive structure against the mountain
This southern part of Cape Town is home to exceptional wine farms, pristine beaches, and stunning mountain walks.
This is a popular stretch of suburbs that carry a certain prestige as a choice of residence. Properties are older and range from enchanting cottages to palatial homes with large gardens.View other areas >
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Here are some places to stay in this area
Newlands, Southern Suburbs
Situated in tranquil surroundings, The Orchard is located in Cape Town’s beautiful southern suburbs and offers a quiet and peaceful stay. The stylishly decorated villa is set within manicured grounds bordered by a stream and has relaxing outdoor areas in a leafy setting.