Home to a long stretch of promenade, a bustling Main Road, and a vibrant beachfront brimming with cafes, restaurants, bars, and apartments, Sea Point has become a popular choice for travellers to Cape Town.

Set along Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard, Sea Point is a buzzing suburb with a slew of exceptional restaurants, bars, shops, and hotels. The range of global cuisine on offer will instantly make you feel at home. Sea Point is also well-positioned considering its proximity to the ocean, renowned Signal Hill, and its iconic 11 km long promenade. What’s more, this seaside alcove boasts magnificent daily sunsets, affording remarkable views of the Atlantic.

Highlights

Walk, run, cycle, or stroll along the 11km promenade.
Take a dip in the Atlantic at Saunders Rock beach or the Sea Point Pool.
Visit neighbouring Green Point Park.
Satisfy your taste buds at any of the world-class restaurants.
Go kayaking on the Atlantic.

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Best time to go to Sea Point

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Enjoy the South African sun in all its glory between October to April, where days will be super long and warm. The weather will be perfect for all the outdoor activities that Sea Point and the surrounding areas have to offer. Beach days, swims in the Atlantic, hiking, long walks, kayaking, and indulging in some stunning sunsets are what await you during this time.

Featured Sea Point stays

Blackheath Lodge

A modern Victorian-style gem on Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard
From$103 /ppn
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