Here at Cape Town Beach Villas, we believe that the South African winter is the perfect time to visit if you prefer a cooler temperature or you want to visit when there are fewer people around. Luxury beach house rentals can be very expensive and fully booked very quickly throughout the year, but as it’s winter we’ve decided to offer some amazing winter specials so you can enjoy a luxurious beach villa at affordable rates, so you can indulge yourself with a 5 star beach villa holiday.
From the 1st May to 31st August, our selected luxury beach house rentals are heavily discounted, so there’s never been a better time for you to book yourself a Cape Town beach villa.
There’s never been a better time to visit Cape Town
Take a look at our featured luxury beach house rentals to find the perfect holiday villa for you, your family or friends:
Why choose luxury winter beach house rentals from Cape Town Beach Villas?
Here at Cape Town Beach Villas, we do everything possible to ensure you have a stress-free, enjoyable and luxurious stay in Cape Town. All our luxury beach villas are chosen due to their excellent locations and great amenities, so you can completely relax and unwind for the duration of your stay.
The Cape Town Beach Villas team are on hand at all times to ensure you’re completely satisfied for the duration of your stay. We’re passionate about helping you find luxurious beach house rentals for your perfect holiday, and with Cape Town having so much to offer over the winter, we encourage you to find your dream Cape Town beach Villa with us today.
Contact us to find out more about our featured villas and other specials for this Winter.
Luxury Holiday Villas Cape Town
Established in 2002, Cape Town Beach Villas have been helping people throughout the world find the perfect beach villas in South Africa for their holiday. When your time is so precious, it’s essential that you make the most of your villa holiday.
Exclusive villas in South Africa
We offer exclusive villas throughout South Africa, allowing you to holiday in the perfect location. Our villas are in the best holiday destinations in South Africa, so you know you can expect stunning views, luxurious surroundings and a wide range of activities to try.
We have holiday villas in the following areas:
For those people looking to nothing less than the most luxurious South African holiday, we have a large selection of opulent hand-picked villas to ensure you have the best holiday in South Africa.
At Cape Town Beach Villas, we understand that often, you want the opportunity to walk from your holiday villa straight to the beach. That’s why we have a great range of beachside villas for you to choose from. Your dream South African beach holiday starts here.
The best villas in South Africa
Our expert team are highly trained and experienced in choosing beach villas to add to our extensive portfolio. We know everything there is to know about the villas we offer, ensuring we can help you make the perfect choice to suit your dream holiday.
We work closely with our clients to understand exactly what holidaymakers look for in high quality holiday villas, in order to offer you the best possible holiday rentals in South Africa.
For more information on any of our South African beach villas, or to book your dream villa holiday, contact us or call +27 21 987 0280 today.
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Cape Town Beach Villas was established in 2002 to provide people with the best beach villa holiday rentals in South Africa.
Our professional team handpick all the beachside holiday apartments and villas in our portfolio to ensure we only offer the best holiday lets in Cape Town. We conduct regular customer satisfaction surveys and villa inspections to ensure our properties of an exceptional quality.
We know all our holiday villas incredibly well, and we’re more than happy to help you choose the perfect villa for your South African beach holiday. You can rest assured that we’ll find you a Cape Town beach villa that meets all your requirements.
Our exclusive South African beach villas
We offer a wide range of beach villas in and around Cape Town, including:
At Cape Town Beach Villas, we’re always striving for perfection when it comes to providing you with the best selection of beach villas in South Africa, and we like to think we’re pretty close. The most important thing for us is to ensure you receive the best beach villa possible, along with exceptional customer service for a perfect holiday in Cape Town.
For more information about any of our Cape Town beach villas, or to check availability, please call +27 21 987 0280 or contact us today.
Cape Town has an extremely rich history and culture to explore whilst you’re on holiday here. Whether you want to relax on the glorious sandy beaches or you want to soak up the culture and history, there’ll be a number of attractions and activities to take part in.
All of our stunning Cape Town beach villas are the perfect base for you to explore and enjoy this unique city, seek out new adventures and discover the beauty of Cape Town.
There are so many different things to do in Cape Town on holiday, but these are some of the most popular holiday attractions our beautiful city has to offer.
A natural World Heritage Site and a Natural New 7 Wonder of the World, Table Mountain is a haven of majestic mountains that plunge into the crystal blue sea, fringed with the bleached white sands of the Cape Peninsula.
Stretching from Signal Hill in the north to Cape Point in the south, this magnificent mountain chain is home to the world’s smallest yet most diverse floral kingdom, The Cape Floristic Region, making it the perfect adventure for nature enthusiasts! With a number of hiking routes for different ability levels and beautiful forest paths, enjoy the pristine picnic and day-visit spots.
Robben Island, or in Afrikaans, Robbeneiland is an island in Table Bay, just off the west coast of Cape Town. Dutch for Seal Island, this flat and oval shaped island is only a few metres above sea level.
Nobel Laureate and former president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela was famously imprisoned here for 18 years of his 27 year sentence before the fall of apartheid. Ex-president Kgalema Motlanthe was also imprisoned here for 10 years as a political prisoner, as well as current president Jacob Zuma.
Robben Island is an essential stop for anyone interested in South Africa’s rich history and culture, offering a wealth of knowledge and education.
Also known as Lion’s Rump, Signal Hill is a landmark flat-topped hill, next to Lion’s Head and Table Mountain. Its critically endangered eco-system occurs nowhere else in the world, and together with Lion’s Head, makes the shape of a sphinx. It provides a lovely hiking for intrepid explorers and nature-lovers alike.
Just a stone’s throw from the Cape Town Stadium, and situated in the heart of Cape Town’s harbour, the V&A Waterfront offers an extensive collection of retail stores and entertainment. With a food court with over 80 different options, you’ll be spoilt for choice with an abundance of international cuisine.
The vibrant and cosmopolitan atmosphere blends seamlessly with the glorious mountain views, fresh sea breeze and ocean vistas. The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront Mall is the place to go for some well-earned retail therapy.
Ratanga Junction Theme Park is the perfect family day out, with 23 rides for the entire family to enjoy and more than 30 attractions. From kids’ and family-friendly rides to thrill rides for adrenaline junkies, there’s plenty of entertainment for everyone.
The theme park is only open at certain times of the year, so if you’re a fan of theme parks, make sure to check whether Ratanga Junction will be open during your South African beach holiday.
Shark cage diving
Cape Town is one of the best places to get up and close with the world’s most ferocious predator, the great white shark. There are numerous shark diving operators throughout Cape Town, providing the perfect activity for people looking for serious thrills. This once in a lifetime experience cannot be missed.
The Winelands area of South Africa, including Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschoek, is just situated outside Cape Town. Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or an enthusiastic foodie, there are regular day tours around the Winelands for you to enjoy. Get pleasure from the luxury of exploring South Africa’s world famous vineyards and finding a few of your favourite bottles.
Cape Point is a nature reserve situated in Table Mountain National Park, and a declared Natural World Heritage Site. Cape Point is a nature lover’s paradise with over 250 species of birds, and an abundance of buck, baboons and Cape Mountain Zebra.
Seeing African penguins on Boulders Bay should be an essential part of your holiday. Also known as the ‘Jackass Penguin’ for its donkey-like bray, Boulders Beach’s wind-sheltered and safe environment helps the penguins to thrive.
A steam train day trip run by Atlantic Rail is a completely different way to enjoy the landscape, whether you’re with friends, family or on your own. Relax as you look out over the South African landscape from a wooden-bodied vintage coach dating as far back as 1922. There’s even a lounge car with full bar service, just remember to bring your money!
An open-air, double-decker bus is the perfect way to see Cape Town in the long, hot summer days and balmy evenings. From September to May, there’s a scenic night time tour of the city, so you can really make the most of the fair weather we enjoy in South Africa.
Aquila has it all: Adventure, wildlife education and luxury accommodation. With a great emphasis on education, you can experience meeting captive bed cheetahs in a safe environment. Aquila is passionate about ensuring cheetah survival throughout the world.
Cape Town is a city alive with the creativity, colour, sounds and tastes that mark it our as the quintessential melting pot. When you’re walking the streets of Cape Town, you’ll instantly in love with the people, natural beauty, creative freedom and incredible spirit.
Cape Town truly is a rare cultural gem, with a variety of influences from French, Dutch, Indonesian, German and British settlers, along with the local Bushmen and Hottentot tribes and the Bantu tribes from the north.
When you visit Cape Town, you’ll instantly experience the impressive presence of Table Mountain, flanked by the historical Signal Hill and legendary Devil’s Peak, all standing proudly above the City. The peaceful and white sandy beaches that frame the Cape Peninsula are the perfect places to relax and take some time for yourself. The Cape Peninsula is also famed for its unique floral kingdom, bountiful rivers, veils and dams and magnificent countryside, perfect for nature lovers and keen explorers. The surrounding area extends far into the winelands, verdant green in summer and a rich gold-red in the autumn.
Summer in Cape Town
Cape Town’s warm and dry summers make it incredibly popular with tourists, and summer in Cape Town generally begins in November and lasts until February.
Summers in Cape Town have an average temperature of 20oc, with the warmest months of January and February reaching roughly up to 26oc. It won’t get any cooler than 14oc at night, so you don’t need to bring a coat or umbrella as rainfall is between 24mm (November) and 14mm (January).
What to bring on holiday to Cape Town in the summer
If you’re coming to Cape Town in the summer months, remember to bring plenty of sun tan lotion, a hat and some after sun. The sun shines for approximately 10.5 hours in November, December, January and February and the humidity is at its lowest in summer.
Fun fact: The highest temperature measured in Cape Town was a steaming 41.3oc in January. Don’t worry about overheating, as The Cape Doctor, a strong south-eastern wind, visits the Cape Peninsula in the summer. This is in addition to the Berg Wind, coming in from the Karoo, hitting Cape Town with hot air.
Autumn in Cape Town
Between March and April, you’ll experience the glorious Cape Peninsula autumn, one of the most beautiful seasons to see. The Cape vineyards turn into stunning fields of bright red, brown, orange and yellow whilst maintaining a highly pleasant temperature. The slopes surrounding Cape Town turn stunning shades of gold and scarlet. Some people believe autumn is the best season in which to visit Cape Town.
The wind drops in the Cape Peninsula in the autumn and the temperatures are mellow and enjoyable. The climate charts for Cape Town suggest that you can expect an average temperature of 20oc in March and 18oc in April.
Winter in Cape Town
Winter, or the Green Season, starts in Cape Town as soon as the cold front from the Atlantic Ocean rolls in. Winter in Cape Town offers a nice difference to the long season of beach weather. Capetonians vanish on the first day of winter and cocoon – coming out again once the weather is 22oc!
The wind changes from the legendary Cape Doctor (also known as the South Easter) to the infamous North West winds. Winter starts at the end of May, including June and July, before ending at the end of August. The weather in winter is famously unpredictable with wind and rain sweeping Cape Town’s streets on some days and temperatures of 25oc on others!
On average, the high temperature in Cape Town during the winter is 17oc, with temperatures as low as 8oc in June, July and August. The rainfall in Cape Town falls between 105mm in June and 82mm in August. Cape Town’s bursts of rain are completely unique and fall straight from the sky like a blanket of small drips, before stopping as if nothing ever happened.
Capetonians call winter the ‘secret season’, due to the unexpected weather you can experience during this time of year.
What to bring on holiday to Cape Town in the winter
If you’re on holiday in Cape Town for the winter, make sure to make something for every kind of weather imaginable. During the Capetonian winter, you’ll experience everything, including sunshine, rain, clouds and wind.
The north-westerly blasts of wind are responsible for regularly blowing up skirts, so you may have to hold onto the throughout the winter. The first explorers didn’t call the Cape Peninsula the Cape of Storms for no reason!
If you love the great outdoors and like a slightly cooler temperature, visiting Cape Town in winter can be an amazing choice. The vegetation soaks up all the rainfall and you’ll see beautiful blossom all over the Cape Peninsula. The Cape Peninsula is at its greenest during winter, and when you climb Table Mountain, you can enjoy picturesque small waterfalls splashing from the mountainside.
Spring in Cape Town
September sees the start of spring in Cape Town and the temperature starts to rise again. The Cape Peninsula bursts into bloom and is famous for its flower season. If you’re visiting Cape Town in the spring, make sure you see the colourful display to the north of the city. It’s a major attraction you won’t want to miss!
Spring is the perfect season in which to visit Cape Town as the spring weather is soft and mild. Temperatures average anywhere between 15oc in September and 17oc in October, with plenty of days in the mid-twenties, providing you with balmy days to enjoy the Cape Peninsula. As the days lengthen, you can enjoy the soft crispiness of Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula.
Whatever time of year you want to plan your holiday to Cape Town, have a look at our self-catered holiday villas and experience everything Cape Town has to offer. Call + 27 (0)21 987 0280 for more information.
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