Cape Town towns, villages and suburbs which is within easy reach of the city centre and well worth a visit. My favorite Top 3 towns worth a visit (Alphabetically):
See the complete list of towns worth a visit below.
The Ceres Valley
Franschhoek is the food and wine capital of South Africa.
It's a great place to relax and enjoy top food and wine or to take in the many sights.
Gordons Bay is a seaside village (30km from Cape Town) on the False Bay coast with the Hottentots Holland mountains as a backdrop.
Affectionately called "the republic of Hout Bay" by its residents, the town is only a 20 minute drive from the Cape Town city centre.
Kalk Bay is a quaint fishing village that have become a popular tourist attraction.
The main road, has many restaurants, antique shops, galleries, book shops and craft stores.
Cape Town Towns, Villages and Suburbs page.
Paarl is the third-oldest town in South Africa.
Standing tall on the mountain is the Afrikaans Language Monument, a monument for the Afrikaans language.
Stellenbosch is the heart of the Cape Winelands and also the centre of the oldest wine route in the country.
Many of the attractions can be seen by foot.
Wellington is also well known for its educational institutions, initiated by Dr. Andrew Murray.
See a memorial statue of him in front of the Reformed Church when you enter the town.
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