The city bowl area is unique urban setting as it is surrounded by an array of hiking opportunities ranging from short walks up signa hill for beginners, or tackling the famous lions head hike – perfect for the whole family- to the more extreme end of the spectrum with hiking options up the iconic table mountain and its adjacent peak, Devils peak all offering breath taking views of the city, table bay and mountain ranges beyond. There are also fantastic hiking options on Cape Point and further inland in the Cape winelands
Distance within 5 km.
Cape Town is home to some of the worlds most famous beaches. From the iconic sunset strip setting of camps may where visitors are greeted with white sand beach and electric blue water to one side and metrotpolitan social scene on the other with a mixture of restaurants and boutique craft shops in one location. If Camps bay is a bit too high paced for you there are quieter beaches in the area such as Clifton 1-4, sea point and granger bay. If it’s a view you are after there is none more iconic than the Blouberg beach view (a 30 minute drive from the marina), visitors sitting on the white sand beach look across table bay onto Table mountain, the city bowl and Robben island.