Upmarket Camps Bay draws crowds to its namesake beach, known for its fine white sand, natural rock swimming pool and views of the Twelve Apostles mountains.
Behind the beach, posh seafood restaurants, mellow cafes and cocktail bars with patios overlook the promenade. Nearby, Promenade Mall has boutiques selling fashion and beachwear, while the intimate Theatre on the Bay stages drama, musicals and comedy.
The most prominent landmark in Cape Town. Make a day of it and visit Table Mountain and get a birds eye view of Cape Town.
You have a choice of taking the five minute trip on the Table Mountain Cableway to the top or hiking to the top for the adventurer.
At the top there is a restaurant and various outlets and scenery to enjoy.
Robben Island is another important landmark in Cape Town. You can visit by taking one of three daily tours from the V&A Waterfront.
It is a 3.5 hour trip with a ferry that take you to and from Robben Island. You will get a tour of the Island and various historical sites that form part of the Robben Island Museum including a visit to Nelson Mandela's prison cell.