WESTERN CAPE

Now select a city or town in this province:

Arniston
Ashton
Barrydale
Beaufort West
Bellville
Bettys Bay
Bishopscourt
Brackenfell
Bredasdorp
Cape Town
Citrusdal
Clanwilliam
Clovelly
Darling
Davenport
Durbanville
Fish Hoek
Franschhoek
Gansbaai
George
Gordons Bay
Grabouw
Great Brak River
Greyton
Groenfontein
Heidelberg
Helena Bay
Hermanus
Hout Bay
Jacobs Bay
Kleinbaai
Kleinmond
Knysna
Koekenaap
Kommetjie
Lakeside
Langebaan
Malmesbury
Mamre
Montagu
Mossel Bay
Napier
Natures Valley
Noordhoek
Oudtshoorn
Paarl
Panorama
Parow
Paternoster
Plattekloof
Plettenberg Bay
Plumstead
Port Owen
Prince Albert
Pringle Bay
Riebeeck West
Riebeeck-Kasteel
Riversdale
Robertson
Sedgefield
Simons Town
Somerset West
Stanford
Stellenbosch
Still Bay
Strand
Sunset Beach
Swellendam
Table View
Tulbagh
Van Rhynsdorp
Velddrif
Victoria Bay
Vuurfontein
Walker Bay
Welgemoed
Wellington
Wilderness
Witelsbos
Witsand
Wolseley
Worchester

WESTERN CAPE
It was at the Cape of Good Hope that Dutch settlers established a station on route from Europe to the East and Cape Town was born. A city that sits at the foothills of the spectacular Table Mountain that has thousands of visitors every year either visiting its summit by cable car or, for the more adventurous, on foot. At the tip of the Peninsula is the meeting place of the two oceans, the warm Indian and the cold Atlantic. Well known world wide for its wines the Cape attracts many visitors to the 'Wine Route' The Western Cape extends up the east coast of South Africa to the relaxing Garden Route with its picturesque towns of Mossel bay, George, Knysna and Plettenberg Bay. Slightly Inland is Oudtshoorn the centre of ostrich farming in South Africa and home of the world famous Cango caves.

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