Cavendish Shopping Mall
5 minute drive

This is a large Mall with grocery stores, mainstream chain retailers, a cinema, a food court and coffee shops.

Trading Hours:
Mondays to Saturdays : 9h00 – 19h00
Sundays : 10h00 – 17h00

Constantia Village Shopping Mall
10 minutes drive

The Centre includes popular restaurants, quaint coffee shops and big name brands trading (Pick n Pay, a large Woolworths Food store, @home, Exclusive Books) comfortably alongside exclusive boutiques with chic fashion for men and women, a wealth of gold and glittering gems and other luxury goods, such as leather products.

Trading Hours:
Mondays to Fridays : 9h00 – 18h00
Saturdays : 9h00 – 17h00
Sundays and Public Holidays : 9h00 – 14h00

V&A Waterfront
20 minutes drive

This complex houses over 450 retail outlets, including fashion, homeware and curios, to jewelry, leather goods and audio-visual equipment. The V&A Waterfront is also still a working harbour and fishing boats bring in fresh fish, and larger container ships are towed in by tugboats. Tourists can also take advantage of the boat tours, the ferry to Robben Island and the new Silo District featuring the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa.


Cape Town is full of restaurants serving typical local specialties prepared in the same way a century ago and all supporting a gourmet’s idyll of using fresh local produce. In addition with its British and Dutch links, the region has been strongly influenced by African cuisine as well as many other exotic and international dishes are available.

See https://insideguide.co.za/cape-town/top-restaurants-2019/