A MyCapeTown selected video about Cape Town:
Gloriously sandwiched between Table Mountain, the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean and , Cape Town attracts more visitors than any other part of Africa. The combination of unparalleled natural splendour, a cosmopolitan culture and Mediterranean climate makes Cape Town quite a treasure. This drone footage gives an idea of the panoramic views one can enjoy from Table Mountain of the city, mountains and ocean.
Cape Town is also spoilt with sealife, most notably on the famed Seal Island and Boulder’s Beach, where visitors can mingle with penguins.
Pristine beaches are also plentiful. Llandudno, Camps Bay and Muizenburg beaches are amongst the most popular and offer impressive waves year round for surfers.
Cape Town is also famed for its wine, which is exported throughout the world. The Cape wine lands themselves make for a lovely afternoon outing of lunch, wine tasting and sundowners. They are particularly special in winter, when one can enjoy a cosy glass of red wine by the fireside, looking out onto the vineyards.
World class restaurants can be found in the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Camps Bay and Kalk Bay. Delicious fresh seafood is easy to come by along the coastline, with fish and chips being a local favourite.
The city comes alive with music festivals, rooftop parties and diverse social activities in the summer. Peek months run from November – March. The winter is however also a lovely time to visit for a more relaxed experience with locals, out of the high tourist season.
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