Located at the centre of the Cape Peninsula, only minutes from the centre of town, Constantia Valley is Cape Town’s secret rural retreat and the perfect place to escape, away from the hustle and bustle of city-life.

Constantia is one of the oldest suburbs of Cape Town and is famed for its wine. The area is a major tourist hub outside of the central city area. Apart from its own wine route with centuries-old estates it has a number of fine restaurants with an international flavour and homes with a typical Cape Dutch architectural style.

Groot Constantia

The story of Groot Constantia, the finest surviving example of Cape Dutch architecture, goes back to 1685.

Constantia Village

The diversity of speciality stores, fashion outlets, restaurants and anchors provide an extensive choice for shoppers.


Restaurants Top Restaurants in the country, all located in Constantia.

Table Mountain

Since the first person laid eyes on Table Mountain, it has exerted its powerful and charismatic pull.

Cape Point

At the tip of the Cape Peninsula, lies Cape Point, a nature reserve within the Table Mountain National Park.

Robben Island

From the 17th to the 20th centuries, Robben Island served as a place of banishment, isolation and imprisonment.

V&A Waterfront

In Cape Town’s working harbour, the V&A Waterfront offers the visitor an abundance of experiences.

Wine Estates

Discover Cape Town’s most intimate wine route in the oldest wine-growing area in Southern Africa.

Golf Courses

The area boasts some of the best Golf Courses in South Africa.

Scuba Diving

Cape Town boasts a variety of scuba diving activities and sites for all diving preferences and qualifications.

Cape Town Beaches

Constantia Thatch Lodge is close to some of the world famous beaches of Cape Town.