Frensaye, a gem gifted with comfort and beauty is also Cape Town’s most prestigious and fashionable residential area. This sprawling suburb cascades down the mountain and fills the slopes of Lion’s Head.

Ideally located between Signal Hill and Sea Point, while close to Cape Town’s Central Business district, Frensaye has become a much sought after location for residents and holiday makers alike.

Nestled in a wind free zone, Frensaye enjoys favour of position not only for it’s breathtaking views but also for its ease of access to any amenity that Cape Town has on offer. With presidents and international celebrities as your neighbours, rest assured that you are secure in this beautiful suburb that sits high above the bustling city below.

The Best Time To Visit Cape Town

The summer season in Cape Town is often referred to as Mediterranean, with long warm to hot sunny days. Cape Town is situated on a peninsula which means you can enjoy a stunning sunrise over False Bay from Muizenberg beach in the early morning and then enjoy an amazing sunset from one of the many restaurants or bars in Camps Bay in the late evening. Whilst summer officially starts in December, the weather is warm from October through to the end of March.

Winter season in Cape Town starts in April and lasts through to September, whilst it is not as warm as the summer months it is still pleasant with many days in the mid to low 20’s. Winter activities in Cape Town and the Western Cape include hiking, wine tours and sightseeing. The winter months make for dramatic skies and lend themselves well for breath-taking photos of one of the many mountains around the city. Many local tourist hotspots are much quieter in the winter months and run seasonal specials so it is always worth while to enquire.


Every time of the day is prime time

The Atlantic Seaboard stretches from the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront on the North shore of Table Mountain all the way down the West side of the Cape Peninsula into Hout Bay. The most picturesque, scenic drive connects this incredibly beautiful stretch of coast.

The Atlantic Seaboard never fails to amaze. With the glistening Atlantic Ocean on one side and the magnificent slopes of Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles on the other, one is easily transfixed by the sheer splendour of the setting.

The million-dollar promenade

With waves against the walkway and seabirds in the sky, it’s the playground of the young and restless, the old and the wise, offering a variety of activities, facilities and endless entertainment.


Go further along the Atlantic Seaboard and meet the unmatched beauty of the affluent suburbs of Bantry Bay, Clifton and Camps Bay. White sandy beaches will welcome you and breaking waves will entertain you while breathtaking ocean and mountain views surround you. Clifton Beach has something of a reputation of being a haven for international jet-setters.

Together with its immaculate white sands and glistening water, the bronze bodies of the beautiful and the extraordinary grace of Clifton’s 4th Beach – a picturesque gem well deserving of not only its see-and-be-seen reputation but also its blue flag status.

V & A Waterfront

One of South Africa’s biggest tourist attractions, the Waterfront evokes historical images of the earlier activities of the harbour.

Much of the charm is the fact that this busy, commercial harbour is set in the midst of a vast entertainment venue bustling with bars, restaurants, speciality shops, craft markets, and movie theatres.

Signal Hill

With the best bird’s eye view of the Atlantic Seaboard, Signal Hill connects Kloof Nek to Lion’s Head in the distinctive shape of a lion’s rump. Locals have long favoured the view when packing a picnic basket and champagne and from the vantage point of its 350m high summit, the light on a clear early evening merely is out of this world

Table Mountain

One of the 8 Natural Wonders of the World, Table Mountain needs no introduction. Yes, the different mountain does indeed seem to be as flat as a tabletop when seen from below. However, once you’ve climbed your way to the top, you’ll realise that the mountain has many secrets, jealously guarded by the blanket of clouds often surrounding it.

For the last 50 years or so, the world-famous cable car has made access to the top more comfortable, but the mountain hasn’t lost any of its appeal to hikers, rock climbers and nature lovers.

Countryside and The Winelands

Imagine the perfect day; the sun shining brightly while a slight breeze cools your sun-kissed skin, whisking your mind away. Hundred-year-old vineyards are cascading down the hillsides around you, and you are lavishly enjoying the finest wines and food in the world, all a mere 40 minutes from your doorstep.

Spontaneously decide to pack the bare essentials and head out to discover the wonder that is the romantic Wine Route; an area steeped in history, tradition and incredible cuisine. The Wine-lands is the dining capital of Africa, with award-winning wineries and restaurants at every turn.

The Gourmet Capital Of South Africa

When you enter the Franschhoek, Groot Drakenstein and Simondium area, be prepared to experience some of the most exquisite cuisine and wine that the world has to offer. You’ll find a plethora of wine estates within a 10 – 20 km radius from Franschhoek.

Haute Cabriére | La Motte | Fairview | L’Ormarins | Vrede en Lust | Boschendal | Noble Hill | Backsberg Cellars | Brenthurs | Glen Carlou | Bellingham | Freedom Hill | Allée Bleue | Solms-Delta | Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards | Graham Beck

The Val de Vie Polo Estate

For all Polo enthusiasts, world-class facilities are just around the corner. With two immaculate Polo fields beautifully kept to Hurlingham standards, International-standard equestrian riding arenas lovely terraces & ballrooms, Val de Vie is the ideal venue for extravagant or intimate events.

Award Winning Golf Courses in the Wine Lands

Pearl Valley – Jack Nicklaus designed 18-hole golf course | Arabella Country Club – Hermanus | Erinvale Country Club – Winelands | De Zalze Country Club – Winelands | Steenberg Golf Estate – Cape Town

The Garden Route – A stretch of land like no other in the world

One of the most magnificent, awe-inspiring stretches of coastline in the world concerning beauty, natural attractions and an incredibly unique eco-destination, The Garden Route is a spectacular destination.

Situated about 280km from Cape Town, between the Outeniqua Mountains moreover, the Indian Ocean, The Garden Route is one of South Africa’s richest botanical treasures, where time stands still, and you can again lose yourself in the natural wonder of nature.

Award Winning Golf Courses along the Garden Route

Simola Golf Club – Knysna | Fancourt Country Club – George | Oubaai Golf Course – George | Pezula Golf Club – Knysna

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