Look at the Table Mountain from across the bay and use a bit of imagination; then see that the peak to its right looks like a ... More
Look at the Table Mountain from across the bay and use a bit of imagination; then see that the peak to its right looks like a lion's head, connected by a body of land to a smaller conical peak, the lion's rump (known as Signal Hill). Signal Hill derived its name from its previous function as a semaphore post for communication with ships at sea. It is also home to the Noon Gun, a cannon that is still fired daily. Below the cannon is a tearoom with fantastic views and delicious traditional Cape Malay cuisine. The road to the 350-meter summit offers awesome views over both cityscape and seascapes. There is a car park and picnic site at the top and visitors can take a short walk along the ridge. A great venue to watch the sun sink into the Atlantic and then enjoy a slow drive back with the lights of the city spread out below. Take care at night, as muggings have taken place here.
This majestic sandstone mountain is undoubtedly Cape Town's most well known and well loved landmark. Its flat "table top" stretches
for three kilometers and is flanked by Devil's Peak on one side and Lion's Head on the other. When ...
Established in 1907, Bovlei is the second largest co operative winery in South Africa. For the past 80 years, it
has produced some of the most palatable wines in this area. The cellar obtains its grapes from three main ...
Designer guesthouse with a mix of international renowned design and South African contemporary art. Situated at the slopes of Table
Mountain and Lions Head in an indigenous garden of 1 800 meters squared. With private balconies or patio. Great ...