/ Cape Town / Places to Visit / Pringle Bay
Located in the UNESCO Heritage Site of Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, Pringle Bay is a small coastal town at the foot of the Hangklip Mountain on False Bay between Betty's Bay and Gordon's Bay.
Located in the UNESCO Heritage Site of Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve, Pringle Bay is a small coastal town at the foot of the Hangklip Mountain on False Bay between Betty's Bay and Gordon's Bay. While the beach can have rough winds, the hills inland are covered with scrubby fynbos vegetation and unique wildlife.
264 Hangklip Rd, Pringle Bay, 7196, South Africa
+27 28 273 8162
Kogelberg Nature Reserve offers acres of rugged, natural terrain around the Kogelberg Mountain Range
The Flying Dutchman Funicular at Cape Point runs from a lower station at the Cape Point car park, up the slope to the upper lighthouse
Once mistaken as the southern tip of Africa, the Cape of Good Hope is a rocky promontory at the southern tip of Cape Peninsula on the Atlantic coast
The Boschendal Wine Farm in Franschhoek's Drakenstein Valley traces its origins to late 17th century Huguenots, with its Cape Dutch manor house dating to 1746
Khayelitsha is a township just outside Cape Town, created in the 1980s to accommodate the influx of people to the city
Stellenbosch is an hour's drive from Cape Town, lying in the scenic Jonkershoek River Valley with several vineyards surrounded by the Stellenbosch Mountains
Boulders Beach in Table Mountain National Park is a pristine beach sheltered by granite boulders that is best known as a penguin viewing spot
The South African Maritime Museum traces the history of the harbour and presents an overview of shipping in Cape Town, along with models of ships and an 1885 model of the Table Bay harbour
The Cape Peninsula, with the Atlantic Ocean to one side and False Bay to the other, is a lush area teeming with biodiversity