Sea Point Promenade
Long stretch of paved walkway, right next to the ocean. Good for running or walking
Great place to walk, cycle, jog. If you're lucky, you'll see dolphins or whales. Also an outdoor gym near the Shell Garage end of the promenade.
an easy stroll or a fast run on the seapoint promenade is a must. you can also hire a bike. go early in the morning or late afternoon....gorgeous views of the seapoint strip -lions head - cape town locals and families. all while the sea crashes beside you! you may even sea dolphins or whales
Take a walk along the promenade or hire a bike, and see the seaboard in all it’s colorful diversity.
The Sea Point Promenade is an attractive paved walkway that stretches from the Green Point Lighthouse to the other side of Sea Point, much loved by the locals and visitors. The walkway is flanked by lawns, popular for picnics and informal soccer or cricket games. It’s a fabulous place to walk, ogle…
Walk a long the sea, start at the Light house in Green Point and take a walk to the Sea Point Swimming Pools.
Take a walk next to the sea where locals walk their dogs, cycle, run and stroll. Grab a coffee and some delicious ice cream from The Creamery. Rent a bike - close to the Seapoint pool
“With tasselled, velvet-covered bucket chairs, herringbone wooden floors with layers of Persian rugs, leather booths and marble tabletops, this sophisticated watering hole feels like a dream you can touch. Housed in a restored three-storey heritage building dating back to 1900, it’s home to three bars and a restaurant. Drenched in history, the building once served as an underground speakeasy of sorts where people from all walks could socialise (without being arrested for violating the Group Areas Act during apartheid).”
“A great place to visit for sunset or if the wind is bad, since it is sheltered by the road above.”
“You will find Bootlegger Coffee shops all over the City. They do really good coffees, yummy breakfasts and even juices. Service is quick and friendly and they have Wi-Fi too so you'll find many locals hanging out and working from here during the week.”