A boutique winery nestled in the foothills of Stellenbosch (40min drive from Cape Town) with a private pool, beautiful bungalows, free wine tasting and a spectacular 360-degree view of the Winelands.
The estate’s also has a restaurant where you can enjoy great food created from the finest local ingredients in a modern European style.
This estate is an island of luxury; whether you’re here to relax at the spa, eat like a king, or simply sink into a sofa with a bottle of wine.
We had lunch there, the place is beautiful with jaw-dropping mountain views.
The chef has created a menu that focuses on local produce and ingredients.
You should definitely try the oysters that match perfectly with Delaire’s estate wine.
Tucked away between the oak trees, this greenhouse offers guests the perfect place to rest and enjoy delicious meals.
All the food is served picnic-style in wooden crates with the preserves, jams and salads packaged in weck jars.
One of the best restaurants I have ever been to.
Located in the Noordhoek Farm Village, this place has a friendly, happy and welcoming atmosphere.
The food is tasty and rich, and portions are generous.
The prawn fritters and risotto are to die for.
Not to miss if you are around Noordhoak!
Set in a Victorian house with an outside dining area, this place has a comforting old-world charm.
Prints, mirrors, historical images of Cape Town, human/animal portraits, vintage luggages, amongst other details, are what make the interior so eclectic!
We loved it so much we went there twice, for dinner and for brunch (they host super cool jazz afternoon every Sunday afternoon)
Meat lovers, do not miss this place.
Superb steakhouse with nice atmosphere and kind of a milanese flair!
Tucked on the last floor of an Old biscuit mil with views of the ocean, the mountain and the city, this place is an experience on its own.
Dishes are organized according to flavor: salty, sweet, umami, sour and bitter and the chef focuses on creating a series of mouthwatering small plates in order for you to taste as much as possible.
Try the beef fillet with chocolate and coffee sauce or almond tart served with malted-popcorn ice cream.
The eclectic ambience, decor and atmosphere all lend to a great experience.
If you love live jazz and deep house nights, this is the place to go.
After years of throwing epic parties in Croatia, Lighthouse Festival started in Cape Town, hosting an unforgettable one-day fest at the picturesque coastal town of Kommetjie.
If you are in Cape Town in February, make sure to check out the exact dates!
Head to the Winelands, home to some of the most prestigious wineries on the planet. If time is short, a day trip is perfectly acceptable. If not, consider staying a night or two.
Every Saturday, visitors flock to the old biscuit mill market where you’ll find an vendors offering fashion, art, design and local food, from freshly baked bread to gourmet sandwiches, organic vegetables, wine, craft beer and more.
Set in a beautiful and tranquil forest, this spa hosts traditional treatment rooms made of bamboo, which includes a chill room, a hammam and a gym.
After your massage, make sure to eat at the Babylostern greenhouse mentioned above.
Llandudno Beach is one of the Cape’s most beautiful and secluded beaches.
The water may be a little too cold for swimming, but the soft sand and lovely mountain views make up for.
It is a popular surfing spot if you are one, if not watching them is quite entertaining!
Who doesn’t love penguins?
A trip to the top of Table Mountain is a ‘must do’ when in Cape Town.
At the top, take your time to admire the 360 degree views of the Mother city from above!
Don’t forget to check the weather and book your tickets in advance.