Hout Bay and Llandudno are beachside towns found on the same picturesque stretch of the Cape Peninsula between Cape Town and Cape Point. Each has a unique personality, but equally spectacular views and an abundance of experiences to explore.
The two suburbs are linked via the scenic drive over Suikerbossie Hill. As Llandudno has no shops or restaurants of its own, the short drive to Hout Bay keeps convenience within easy reach while retaining utter privacy and exclusivity. These sea-side neighbourhoods lie along the renowned Atlantic Seaboard and offer long stretches of idyllic beaches and incredible ocean vistas.
- Tranquil surroundings with easy access to more adventurous activities in the mountains and on the seas close by
- Hout Bay has superb restaurants with sea views and some of the best fish and chips in all of Cape Town
- A scenic piece of coastline with vantage points along the incredible Chapman’s Peak Drive to enjoy the outstanding vistas
Meandering mountain trails make for remarkable hikes, runs, and horse riding opportunities throughout the area. Scenic viewpoints abound and just over the mountain is Constantia, a premier winelands destination to explore.
20 minutes from Cape Town CBD, Hout Bay is famous for its harbour in the bay, framed by mountains, serving some of the best fish and chips in Cape Town. A meal here is the perfect way to end a morning spent out visiting seal island or day deep-sea fishing. There is a fun local market on weekends and a host of things to do from horse riding trails, the creative Clay-Café, and zipline tours to hidden gem restaurants, abseiling and sea-kayaking.
Llandudno is nestled in a gorgeous, peaceful nook of the coastline. An upmarket area of the Cape, its residents treasure the quiet lifestyle and natural beauty. With only one road in and out, expect tranquil surroundings and a quiet beach renowned for its giant boulders and blue waters – perhaps the most photogenic in the Cape. The perfect escape to unwind and revive.View other areas >