Cape Town Timeshare

The Mother City

Timeshare holidaymakers flock to Cape Town and the Cape in general, arguably one of the most beautiful holiday destinations in the world. Cape Town is one of the oldest cities in South Africa, having had its foundations laid in 1652 with the arrival of Jan van Riebeeck of the Dutch East India Company.

Attractions

Sea Point, Bantry Bay, Camps Bay and the Atlantic seaboard. The most sought after timeshare in South Africa is to be found in this area. You’ll have no difficulty believing this as you end yet another long summer day watching the last rays catching the sea and Robben Island.

Robben Island. For nearly 400 years, Robben Island, was a place of banishment, exile, isolation and imprisonment. During the apartheid years, Robben Island became internationally known for guarding imprisoned leaders of the anti-apartheid struggle.

Table Bay Harbour. This beautiful old harbour neighbours the very popular Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, a hive of shopping, dining and entertainment experience.

Castle of Good Hope. Dating from 1666, the castle is one of the oldest European structures in South Africa. Guided tours take in torture chambers, cells with ancient graffiti, the bulk of the William Fehr Collection of Africana, a military museum and a maritime museum.

Table Mountain offers spectacular views of the city and its surrounds. There are numerous hiking trails, climbing options and a revolving cable car that takes one up to the restaurant at the “top of the world”.

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is world-renowned for the beauty and diversity of the Cape flora it displays, and for the magnificence of its setting against the eastern slopes of Table Mountain.

Groot Constantia. The oldest wine-making centre in South Africa is now a State-owned experimental wine farm and the homestead granted to Cape Governor, Simon van der Stel in 1685, is now a museum.

The Cape Peninsula. From Cape Town, touring the Peninsula southward will bring you to Cape Point, the meeting place of two oceans, the warmer waters of the Indian Ocean and the colder Atlantic Ocean.

Simon’s Town. A little further on the drive brings you to Simon’s Town. An operational naval town for nearly two centuries. It’s famous for monuments, old churches and, in Jubilee Square, a statue of the much-loved able seadog  “Just Nuisance”.

Whale Watching and Wine. Gordon’s Bay and The Strand are seaside towns to be found along the False Bay coast. They offer some fine timeshare resorts, are close to Cape Town and a good place to begin tours of the scenic wine routes around Stellenbosch, Franschoek and Paarl.

The Garden Route. Between Mossel Bay and the Storms River mouth, the Garden Route runs parallel to a coastline, which features lakes, mountains, beaches, cliffs and indigenous forests. Knysna is famous for its oysters while Plettenberg Bay is popular with the jet-set.

The West Coast. Travelling up the West Coast of the Cape, Langebaan is the largest tourist resort area. It’s lagoon providing watersport enthusiasts with a variety of recreation options. The West Coast National Park is home to a rich diversity of sea life and birds whilst Namaqualand is famous as Nature’s venue choice for a spectacular annual wildflower display.

TAKE YOUR PICK, AND COMBINE ALL THIS WITH EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION IN FULLY SELF CATERING CHALETS OR HOTEL UNITS – FRIENDLY STAFF TO HELP YOU ENJOY YOUR STAY AND A HOST OF PLEASURE AMENITIES.