About

About

Noordhoek, one of the many beautiful suburbs making up Cape Town’s South Peninsula. A suburb so blessed with vast open spaces, magnificent beaches and wrap around mountains, that locals are fiercely proud and protective of their charming, rural, seaside village.

This special spot offers so much to the visitor. It’s the perfect destination for those who appreciate nature and the outdoors. Because Noordhoek is part of a peninsula it neighbours an abundance of beautiful beaches on two different coastlines. The warm Indian Ocean and the colder Atlantic Ocean merge at Cape Point (www.capepoint.co.za), a mere 20kms away . Noordhoek offers many versatile walks from rocky mountain terrain with breath taking views, sand dunes with kilometres of shoreline to wetlands with wonderful birdlife.

It is home to many creative, passionate people which is evident in the tangible sense of community and the beautiful properties that adorn the streets. The Scattered horse paddocks, small organic subsistance farms, vineyards (www.cpv.co.za) , milkwood forests, lakes, large stretch of white sands and wonderful grassy open spaces makes this a truly unique place to visit .

Noordhoek may be small, but it has a charming collection of restaurants (www.foodbarn.co.za) , (www.theredherring.co.za) pubs , bars and interesting crafty shops(www.noordhoekvillage.co.za) Potter around Noordhoek’s leafy avenues on horseback, enjoy a glass of home grown wine, listen to live local music (www.caferoux.co.za) , surf the fun waves at Dunes , take a short day trip, north (Hout Bay boat rides and market), south ( Simonstown penguins and Cape point) or east ( Kalk Bay Harbour) and watch the sky turn magical colours in the west!! Either which way there is just so much to soak up and enjoy!! You will find it very hard to leave this place.