Try scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, mountain biking, walking or simply enjoy basking in the sun and taking a leisurely swim with the company of a penguin at the magnificent Boulders Beach.
Famous Cape Point is only 10 km away and can be visited via car or bicycle.
As home of the South African Navy, Simon's Town is steeped in history, with cobbled roads and quaint cottages adding to its charm.
Few properties invoke the spirit of Modern Class in a Natural Heritage site like Boulders Beach Villa in Simons town, in the South Peninsular of Cape Town. Built on land once roamed by the Khoisan, the villa is set on a beautiful backdrop.
4 Boulders Place, Boulders Beach, Simon's Town
To get to Boulders Beach Lodge from the Airport:
Exit the airport following signs for N2 Cape Town. The freeway splits and follow the signs for M3 (direction Muizenberg) so you are headed southbound and not north to the city centre. Continue along the M3 until the end of the freeway and turn left at the traffic lights. At the next set of lights, turn right in the direction of Muizenberg on the M4. Follow the coastal road, through Muizenberg until you reach Fish Hoek. At the traffic circle in Fish Hoek, keep to your left and follow the directional signs to Simons Town. Pass through central Simons Town and approximately 1.5km out of town; turn left into Bellevue Road (there is a golf course landmark on the corner) Take the second road left into Boulders Place. Boulders Beach Lodge is the large yellow building with the blue roof and giant palm tree.
To get to Boulders Beach Lodge from Cape Town City:
Follow directional signage to De Waal drive and the M3 southbound (direction Muizenberg) If you are near the V & A Waterfront, get onto the freeway towards the N1 Paarl but KEEP RIGHT, following signage to M3 Muizenberg as the freeway forks. Continue as above.