The Red City Tour and Blue Mini Peninsula Tour will take you to the 24-hour cosmopolitan vibe of Sea Point. This vibrant suburb of Cape Town, is situated just outside the city centre, found on any of our Cape Town maps, between Mouille Point, Green Point and Bantry Bay.
› Get a feel of Sea Point’s urban living while enjoying the views of Table Bay
› Enjoy the lively nightlife at its restaurants, clubs and coffee bars
› Rest you head in one of the luxury beachfront apartments
Characterised by high-rise, luxury apartments and expensive mansions, Sea Point offers urban entertainment in an atmosphere reminiscent of the Big Apple. With a host of pubs, music clubs, coffee shops and restaurants along the Main Road, Sea Point’s vibrant nightlife creates a carnival atmosphere for visitors and locals alike.
And if afterwards, you want to rest your head near the suburb that never sleeps, there are luxury beachfront self-catering apartments perfect for tourists who only wish for a short stay.
› Cross over to Green Point, the home of the 2010 World Cup
› See the stadium where the FIFA 2010 World Cup action will take place
› See how the FIFA stadium looks on completion
Sea Point merges with Green Point on the seaward side of Signal Hill. It is here where you will find one of the most artistic football venues in South Africa, the newly-built Green Point Stadium.
The stadium has an exterior that is covered with noise-reducing cladding has a capacity of 70,000. The Green Point Common, on which the new 2010 stadium was built, was originally much larger than what now remains, and included most of the land between the sea and Signal Hill, stretching from the city centre towards Sea Point.
› Take a jog or stroll on the Beachfront Promenade
› Swim in the Sea Point swimming pool on the Pavilion
› Cruise in a vintage sidecar and feel the wind in your hair
The Promenade runs the length of Sea Point’s beachfront, from Bantry Bay to Mouille Point and is the ideal place to walk, jog and watch the sunset. While the beaches are not ideal for swimming they provide nice spots for relaxing on the white sand in the sun and discovering rock pools.
However, swimmers do have the option of the Sea Point swimming pool overlooking the shoreline. These pools form part of the Sea Point Pavilion and it is here where you will find a colourful mix of locals and tourists soaking up the sun, from professional and recreational swimmers ploughing up and down the pool to families playing in the crystal-clear water.
If you are looking for more excitement, how about taking a ride in a vintage sidecar? Side Cars’ fleet consists of 25 vintage CJ750s sidecars and groups of up to 50 adventurers can be transported at a time.
Don’t forget to check out our Cape Town maps and explore the area as the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay are not too far off, and the V&A Waterfront and Two Oceans Aquarium are just minutes away.
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