Muizenberg self-catering holiday villas are located in and around a beachside suburb of Cape Town where the shore of the Cape Peninsula joins the False Bay coast to the east. If you are into surfing then a Muizenberg holiday home apartment is for you as this is considered the birth place of surfing in South Africa. Bird watching is another past time that can be enjoyed while staying in an apartment in Muizenberg with raptors, ocean birds, waterfowl, pied kingfishers, fish eagles and occasionally pelicans and flamingos. Other wild life that is common along this coast are seals and whales. If you are interested in a little history while staying in a Muizenberg holiday home then visit Rhodes' Cottage; it’s a small house on the seafront that Cecil John Rhodes bought as a holiday cottage and where he died in 1902. The house is preserved as a museum dedicated to Rhodes' life. A little further afield from a self-catering villa in Muizenberg and away from the sea are the Winelands with Constantia just 20 minutes away and Franschoek approximately an hour. Table Mountain is just over half an hour from your Muizenberg holiday rental while if you fancy a round or two of golf then there are four excellent courses within approximately 15 minutes.
Weather At self catering holiday accommodation in Muizenberg you can expect to enjoy a Mediterranean climate with the highest temperatures in December, January, February and March and most rain in June, July and August.
Best time to visit For surfing and other water based activities the best time to visit a Muizenberg holiday villa is between December and March.
Reaching Muizenberg The closest airport for Muizenberg holiday home apartments and villas is Cape Town International Airport (CPT) which is approximately half an hour away by road.