Boasting a vibrant food scene, the iconic Table Mountain, the history of Robben Island, the penguins of Boulders Beach, the beach life of Camps Bay and the nature of Cape Point, not to mention the V&A Waterfront, Kirstenbosch and so much more, Cape Town is a standout destination whether it is your first visit or your hundredth. The appeal of the city is enhanced further by the ease with which it acts as the perfect base for exploring both nearby towns and the rest of the province.
Visitors to Cape Town are spoiled for hotel choice with twelve Southern Sun hotels to choose from. There’s the famous grand pillars and pool of The Cullinan, the holiday vibes of Southern Sun The Waterfront, and the new laid-back modern affordability of SunSquare and StayEasy City Bowl hotels. From Woodstock to Parow, the Foreshore to Century City, there is a room for everyone.
Head east out of the city and a first stop is the Cape Winelands. Whether you choose to explore Paarl, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek or maybe all of them, there are more than 500 wineries in the Cape to choose from. Beyond the vineyards and cellars, the towns are rich in history with architecture that adds to the charm and beauty. Inland towns like Robertson and Montagu are good spots for lovers of delicious dining, while further east the town of Oudtshoorn offers a mix of natural beauty near the Klein Karoo and a unique heritage.