Seaforth Villa is perfectly situated to take in a wide range of activities

  • ByBike. Bicycle rental is available through Fluids Place Coffee Shop, which is a cool little coffee shop where the owner serves patrons like friends. You can pick up your bike and drop it back off here or at a ByBike location in a neighbouring town. Tel: +27 (0) 83 5950588 Email: Website:

  • Scratch Patch and Mineral World. Southern Africa is often considered the ‘gemstone capital of the world’ as almost half of the world’s gemstones are found in this part of the world. For this reason, experiencing the amazing beauty and variety of gemstones is an absolute must for visitors to Cape Town. Open on Weekdays from 08h30 – 16h45, and on weekends from 09h00 – 17h30. Located in Dido Valley Road, Simon's Town. Tel: +27 (0) 21 786 2020 Website:

  • Simons Town Country Club. Golfers of all levels can enjoy a links experience at the Simon’s Town Country Club, at the same time dodging the penguins that live around the course, and spotting whales in season! This 9 hole course is a true hidden gem. Located on the corner of Main Road and MacFarlane Road in Simon's Town. Tel: Mr Robbie Bird, +27 (0)21 786 1233 Email: Website:

  • Horse Riding on Noordhoek Beach. Experience breath taking views of Chapman's Peak and Noordhoek Beach from horseback. Visit the Kakapo shipwreck and watch indigenous bird life on one of the Cape's most beautiful beaches. Minimum age for riders is 14 years old. Three rides daily. Tel: +27 (0) 21 789 0093 Email: Website:

  • Short Walks in Simons Town

    • The Waterfall. Start at the Shell Petrol Station in town. Walk up the steps to the left of the garage. Follow the steep roads up the hill looking for the ‘ski lift’ pylons which will lead you to Barnard Street. The path to the waterfall begins where the road ends, and it is a flattish easy path. It should take no more than 20 minutes to get from the start to the waterfall.
    • Just Nuisance Grave. The grave of our famous dog is at the top of the hill above Simon's Town, and while it is a tough climb up the steps to the top, the view is well worth it. The mountain steps begin on Barnard Street and lead up to the Navy Signals area where the grave is located.
  • Visit Cape Point. Take a drive away from Simon’s Town, and head towards the tip of Africa, where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet. This is truly a breath taking experience for the whole family. Cape Point has been declared a Natural World Heritage Site. Restaurant, shop, funicular, hiking, bird watching, and many other activities. Tel: +27 (0)21 780 9010 Email: