Sea Point Cape Town

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There is much selfcatering accommodation to be found in Sea Point, sometimes referred to as the ‘New York' of Cape Town, as it offers visitors a variety of bars, clubs, coffee shops, boutiques and restaurants and sidewalk cafés along the main road.


There is much luxury Cape Town accommodation in the area in the form of apartments and mansions and many choose to set their holiday houses in Cape Town here as the suburb boasts many sea views. Visitors are also bound to find much temporary selfcatering apartments that have sea views.


When visiting Sea Point, visitors should take advantage of the extensive Sea Point promenade which runs from Banrty Bay to Mouille Point. It sees many joggers, strollers and families alike take to the promenade during sunset to watch the sky change from blue to a brilliant display of bright pink. There are also benches along the beachfront for those who like to rest while taking in the view, there are also a number of children's playgrounds along the length of the promenade.


Visitors staying at Sea Point beach apartments Cape Town are also advised to take advantage of the Sea Point Pavilion that is open to the public as the ocean in the area is not a safe place to swim. The swimming pool complex has two children's pools, a diving pool and an Olympic sized swimming pool, it is open everyday from 9:00 to 17:00 and has a spectacular view of the ocean.

During peak season the Cape Town selfcatering accommodation in Sea Point may be fully booked, in which case visitors should seek Beach accommodation Cape Town in the next suburb on, which also shares a coastline, Mouille Point.


Much like Sea Point, Mouille Point offers much affordable accommodation Cape Town with numerous sea views, it also has a long promenade and a Green Point common which includes a sports field and a golf course.


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This article was published on 2010/10/25