The Atlantic Seaboard starts from the V&A Waterfront and stretches south along the Cape Peninsular taking in the most desirable of Cape Town’s coastal suburbs. Starting from the V&A, the first area is Mouille Point hugging the coast with Green Point just inland. This joins seamlessly on to Three Anchor Bay and then Sea Point, the largest and most developed of the areas. Next, Bantry Bay and the larger blocks give way to very smart villas and smaller apartments which in turn leads on to Clifton with its famous 4 beaches sheltered from the Cape’s south easterly winds.
Very much a residential area with few shops or restaurants, Clifton’s attraction are the beaches and views, the hillside is steep with many properties perched on the slopes, if steps are an issue its always worth checking the access to accommodation in this area. Bantry Bay is well known for its boutique hotels, from Bantry Bay along the Atlantic Seaboard towards Cape Town there is no sandy beach. Both Bantry Bay and Clifton claim to be ‘wind free’. From Sea Point the Oceanside Promenade provides a metaled path all the way to the V&A separated from the ocean edge by a boarder of boulders.
Below is a selection of properties we have more! We also hold additional pictures of many of the properties. Please don’t hesitate to contact us email / Vicki, phone +44 (0)20 7112 0019 to see more pictures and for more accommodation suggestions.