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You can reach Table View directly from the N1. The village is a neighbouring district of the famous seaside resort of Blouberg. Enjoy the tranquillity at the long white sand beach and take extensive walks. From here you have a wonderful view of the Tafelberg as well as the port of Cape Town.
On beautiful days you can even discover the island of Robben Island. Water sports enthusiasts will also get their money’s worth. The beach is just inviting you to dive on the high waves – ideal for wind and kite surfers. The living area around Table View offers cheap rental rates and is therefore also very popular with tourists as well as residents of Cape Town. The infrastructure has also improved considerably in recent years.
Many shopping centres, shopping malls, restaurants and bars await your visit. Table View has an ideal and convenient location. Cape Town is reached by bus or private car within 25 minutes. The Windsurfing Beaches of Sunset Beach or False Bay are also just minutes away from the resort.
If you would like to see the west coast of Cape Town, you can reach the West Coast National Park in less than 1½ hours. You can also visit the famous wine regions of Swellendam or Paarl, which can also be reached in a few minutes.
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The village Bloubergstrand, at the foot of the Blouberg, has become famous because of the fantastic view over the Table Bay and over to the Tafelberg. The most famous postcard view of Cape Town is from here. The name Blouberg may be derived from the fact that Table Mountain and Cape Town from Blouberg often appear in a blue haze.
A further visit is the wide sandy beaches and the dunes behind, which are very popular with water sportsmen and walkers. Unfortunately the water is too cold for bathing. Particularly at the weekend, the sheltered Bay of Bloubergstrand is an Eldorado for surfers and kite surfers.
Blouberg is just 15 km from Cape Town and is easily accessible by car. Right on the beach there is a car park and numerous good restaurants with rich fish. Immediately in front of the beach is the former Robben Island prison, where Nelson Mandela and about 1000 other prisoners were imprisoned for years.
One of the worlds most popular and beautiful destinations in the world, the Western Cape region of South Africa is a well balanced combination of natural beauty, cosmopolitan city excitement and a base to explore everything that South Africa has to offer local and international visitors alike.
Centered around the beautiful city of Cape Town and offering the visitor a range of holiday activities that will satisfy every need, the Western Cape is a paradise to explore.
The main attractions of the Western Cape are the beautiful beaches; Cape Towns‘ majestic Table Mountain and it’s modern new cable car system; the wine land areas of Stellenbosch and Paarl; the Victoria and Alfred waterfront in Cape Town with the internationally recognised Two Oceans Aquarium; the harsh beauty of the West Coast areas and the beautiful Fynbos floral kingdom of the mountains and Garden Route.
From internationally acclaimed golf courses such as Arabella; Steenberg; Mowbray and West Lake to whale watching in Hermanus and the adrenaline rush of shark cage diving, the tourism options in this wonderful area are unlimited. There are beautiful sea side resorts a short drive from Cape Town, Strand; Gordons Bay and Hermanus offer visitors sea, sunshine and many interesting activities.
Stretching from the fishing hamlet of Paternoster in the North West, through the Cape Peninsula and along the Garden Route to the lovely resort towns of Knysna and Plettenberg Bay, the Western Cape is a region that truly offers options that suit every visitors needs.
The Western Cape is serviced by a modern international airport at Cape Town with services to most destinations throughout the world. Flights leave Cape Town for all South African and International destinations regularly and cruise ships are a common site in Table Bay Harbour.
Cape Town has numerous internationally acclaimed hotels and accommodation establishments. Ranging both in standard and price. Private homes all meet certain minimum standards in order to be accepted as members and most of our Bed and Breakfast and Guest Lodges are graded, if not, they are nevertheless more than capable of ensuring a comfortable stay. Photographs make it easy to ensure you are getting what you want, please look around, you’re sure to find something you like.