The 'Soho of Cape Town' owing to its bustling nightlife, superb restaurants and vibey coffee shops

The coastal suburb of Green Point offers a host of outdoor activities and a buzzing nightlife scene along its celebrated main road. Convenient, close to the city centre, and the V&A Waterfront, it’s a popular place among those looking for a seaside lifestyle in an urban setting. Green Point has been called the Soho of Cape Town, but it has now shed its Bohemian character and transformed into a veritable cosmopolitan hotspot.


Experience Green Point Park; a sprawling set of urban greenery with a variety of outdoor settings and activities.
Visit the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront for its exclusive shops and craft markets, award-winning cuisine, and live entertainment.
Enjoy quick access to the Sea Point Promenade and its long stretch of walkable beachfront brimming with cafes, restaurants, and bars.
Explore De Waterkant, one of the trendiest areas in Cape Town, with historic buildings, fashionable shops, and vibey restaurants.

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Best time to go to Green Point

A Green Point holiday is best experienced during summertime from December to February. Temperatures peak during this time, which is also the most popular period to visit. Expect busy beaches, a vibrant nightlife, and gloriously festive cheer. By February most visitors head home, which also means uncrowded beaches until April. Then, from about June to August, Cape Town and the Western Cape experiences winter rainfall.

Featured Green Point stays

Bluegum Hill Guesthouse

Welcoming guesthouse situated in the trendy Cape Town suburb of Green Point
From$59 /ppn

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