:Local Tourist Attractions:
The following list provides a breif description of the most popular and recommended Tourist Attractions within the vicinity of Belmont Bed & Breakfast.

5 Barry Avenue
Rosebank, 7700
Cape Town
South Africa

Tel: (+27) 021-685 2431
Fax: (+27) 021 -6853880
E-mail: belmont@rdinformatics.co.za

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Table Mountain
This World Heritage Site is undeniably the largest tourist attraction in Cape Town, and indeed in South Africa, and draws holidaymakers from the four corners of the globe. The summit can be reached by trails or cable-car

V & A Waterfront
This busy commercial harbour is set in the midst of a huge entertainment venue with pubs, restaurants, specialty shops, craft markets, theatres and movies. Boat trips around the harbour are popular. Visit the Two Oceans Aquarium and the Maritime Museum any time.
Cape Point
Cape Point is one of Cape Town's main attractions and is home to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, which is noted for its floral diversity and especially its wild flowers that bloom in the spring. The lighthouse at Cape Point is the most powerful on the South African coast.
Robben Island
Lies about 11km north of Cape Town. It has become synonymous with the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa. Nelson Mandela was imprisoned on Robben Island, because of his opposition to apartheid. Robben Island has been designated a Cultural World Heritage Site.
Cape Town Beaches
The western coastline is characterised by rocky outcrops and beautiful beaches. The Atlantic Coast features the world-renowned pristine beaches of Clifton, Camps Bay and Llandudno, while the Indian Coast boasts the warmer ocean water beaches of alse Bay.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
Beautifully situated on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain, these world-renowned gardens are dedicated to the preservation of the indigenous plants of Southern Africa. Some 6000 different species are grown here for your vewing pleasure.
The Cape Winelands
Wine lover or not, a visit to the Cape Winelands is an absolute must as the region is one of breathtaking vistas and majestic mountain backdrops while being steeped in rich culture and history. Rolling vineyards and quaint Cape Dutch homesteads await you, as well as award-wining wine farms offering some of the country's best wines.

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