Cape Town – a city on the very edge of the African continent, washed by the waters and blown by the winds of the Atlantic Ocean. The city of amazing natural beauty and controversial history. There is everything you need for an unforgettable vacation: mountains and hills, cutting the city into several parts; the world’s best orchards and vineyards spread throughout the area; beaches with white sand and restless ocean waters full of sharks. And still crocodiles, hippos, monkeys, sperm whales and, unexpectedly, penguins! In general, a real African tale on the edge of the earth. We tell how to fit in one vacation all the beauty of the main city of South Africa.
Probably, you already understand that you will have to travel to the ends of the earth for a long time, tediously and, of course, with transfers. If you fly from Moscow or Kiev, in the best case you will have to make a transfer in London (British Airways), Istanbul (Turkish Airways), Dubai (Emirates) or Doha (Qatar Airways). Given the total travel time, these are the shortest options to get to Cape Town. However, the more convenient the docking and the fewer transfers, the more expensive the ticket. So if time allows, you can choose a cheaper composite route with two or three connections in the most unexpected places in the world. For example, in Tel Aviv and Addis Ababa or Stockholm and Paris.
The cost of tickets in both directions starts from $ 800, but even on expensive flights there are big sales and you can buy a ticket with a discount of 30%. For this purchase it is better to attend to six months before the trip.
Cape Town International Airport is located 22 kilometers east of the city center. The most convenient and safest booking from Uber airport. Outside of peak hours, the trip will take an average of 20 minutes and cost $ 15.
Also from the airport to the city center goes the shuttle company MyCiTi Bus. In 50 minutes and $ 8 he will take him to the city administration building – Civic center (12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town). Here you can transfer to another bus to the area you need or walk on foot if you settle on Long Street. The bus is best to use during daylight hours. If you’re not looking for adventure, choose Uber when it gets dark.
Public transport in Cape Town is represented by the extensive network of MyCiTi Bus buses. In the city, they replace the metro and connect downtown with numerous residential areas and suburbs. The fare depends on the distance of the trip, and the passes work on the principle of an electronic wallet.
If you find yourself suddenly without a travel card, but you have to go, take a look at the small minibuses – minibus taxi. These buses connect the city center with the suburbs and neighboring towns. Check with the barkers, he is the conductor, will you get to the place you need and boldly jump inside. Pay here in cash. The fare varies from $ 0.6 to $ 1.7 and depends on the distance and time of day – at peak times more expensive.
Well, the safest, most comfortable and popular way to travel around Cape Town – Uber. A trip within the city center costs only $ 3-5. And if you order a car through a common application from local Taxify, save up to 20-30% of the cost of the trip.
Many important sights in Cape Town, as well as the famous vineyards are located at a considerable distance from the city. Unfortunately, public transport does not go to most of these places. Therefore, the best way to explore the Cape Town neighborhood is by car rental. They work in the city like giants Avis and Hertz, and small local and European offices. The main thing, remember: in all of South Africa, left-hand traffic, as in England.
No rights or doubt in their skills when driving on the “wrong” side of the road? Do not worry! Firstly, even for long distances in Cape Town, you can easily order Uber and Taxify at an affordable price. Do not forget about Couchsurfing, where many tourists are looking for travel companions for joint car rental and trips to remote places of interest. In extreme cases, buy a ticket to City Sightseeing Red Bus, which has a route directly to the Cape of Good Hope, or a tour of one of the Cape Town excursion companies.
If you are going to explore not only Cape Town, but the entire delightful coast to Port Elizabeth or Durban, then an alternative to renting a car can be Baz bus. This is a unique bus service on the principle of hop-on hop-off, door-to-door. How does he work? You buy a Cape Town – Port Elizabeth ticket that is expensive by local standards (from $ 194), Cape Town – Durban (from $ 377), or Cape Town – Johannesburg (from $ 455). And then choose yourself when, where from and where you go. You can safely stop in any village or town along the way, spend a few days there and catch the next company bus! In this case, Baz Bus will always pick you up from the hotel / hostel at the point of departure and take you directly to the door of your home at your destination.
Choosing housing in Cape Town, first of all, determine the area as close as possible to your worldview. Do you like city noise, streets full of people, markets and inexpensive cafes at every step, and a drop of cloudiness won’t hurt? Stay around Long Street. Want a relaxing and luxurious holiday and a terrace overlooking the ocean – choose Camps bay. Or maybe you like the lightness and eternal fun of local students? Then go to the area Observatory in the east of the city. Well, if you just need interesting designer boutique hotels, good spas, and gourmet restaurants with snow-white tablecloths for relaxation, V&A waterfront created for you.
91 Loop Street – a huge hostel that occupies the entire building on Loop Street, 91. Greenmarket Square and the Bo-Kaap district are almost around the corner. On the ground floor of the hostel there is a large cafe with a bar and sofas in the courtyard. Clean, neat and each room is named after one of the cities in the world. So there is a chance to travel without leaving the hostel. In the morning, a hearty breakfast is served, and then free city tours are organized. Prices for a bed in a dorm start at $ 20. There are caps-type dorms. The latter are slightly more expensive, but with zero ventilation inside these same capsules.
Big blue backpackers (7 Vesperdene Road, Greenpoint) is a very popular, affordable and truly backpacker hostel in the Green Point area. V&A Waterfront is just a couple of minutes of unhurried walking. Yes, and Sea Point Promenade starts at 1.5 km from here. So, this is an ideal place for lovers of morning runs and fans of long walks before bedtime. A dormitory bed costs $ 17.60, and there are also private rooms – from $ 54 per night.
Observatory backpackers (235 Lower Main Road, Observatory) is a hostel on the main street of the bohemian-student Observatory district. Here, you find yourself in a parallel Cape Town — small, quiet streets, where it is safe to walk even at dusk, pleasant cafes, where you can easily fill up with a laptop and work for a couple of hours while drinking coffee. Well, in the evening it’s time to hang out in local bars and become part of the Cape Town student get-together. Bed in Dorma with breakfast – from $ 19. There are single, double and family rooms.
La rose bed & Breakfast (32 Rose Street, Bo-Kaap) is a small and cozy hotel in the heart of the colorful district of Bo-Kaap. The rooms here are no less bright than the surrounding houses. Therefore, everyone arriving from the harsh northern countries and experiencing acute color deficiency diseases, just need to stay here! Rooms in La Rose are many different – for every taste and color. Price starts at $ 75 per night.
The Bay Hotel 4.5 * (69 Victoria Road, Camps Bay). The vast territory of the hotel is located on the first line of Camps Bay and stretches along the main street of the area – the Victoria Road Embankment. The hotel has several pools and spas. Yes, and there are rooms for every taste. Want to wake up with an ocean view? You are welcome! Prefer fresh mountain air? Just choose the rooms on the opposite side of the building, overlooking Table Mountain and the Twelve Apostles. By the way, Mountain View rooms are the cheapest here – from $ 350 per night.
Victoria & Alfred Hotel 4 * (19 Dock Road, V&A Waterfront) – a small hotel in a historic building in the heart of district V&A waterfront. Originally the building, built in 1904, was intended for port warehouses. But in the 1990s it was remade into a hotel. Despite its ancient facade and the original non-residential purpose, the hotel is equipped with the latest technology. The cost of the night here starts at $ 300. Well, about the ideal location of V&A Hotel and can not speak! Just cross the threshold, and you’re in the very center of Cape Town.
The Silo Hotel 5 * (Silo Square, V&A Waterfront) – one of the most famous hotels in Cape Town. It is located on the upper floors of an old elevator in Cape Town port. Moreover, it is located directly above the main African museum of modern art – Zeitz MOCAA. Through the glass walls of the rooms there is an amazing view of the ocean, the city and the embankment V&A waterfront. And the rooms at The Silo are just some crazy triumph of luxury and eclecticism. But they cost from $ 1,700 per night in the high season (January-March) and from $ 1,200 per night in the low season (May-July).
Cape Town is a compact and very extensive city at the same time! Its central part can be bypassed in just a couple of hours. However, the mountains and hills divide the city into separate, independent and significantly distant areas. In addition, many interesting sights are scattered not only around Cape Town, but throughout the Cape. Without transport here can not do! So get ready to spend a lot of time on the road.
With the main symbol of South Africa you will meet on the way to the city! Table Mountain rises right in the center of Cape Town and is famous for its completely flat top. There are several hiking trails leading from the city (the minimum ascent time is 2 hours), as well as a cable car – Cable car. A ticket to her for an adult in both directions starts at $ 23 (after 13 hours). In the morning, the rise is more expensive – $ 24.5. In high season (December 15 – January 15) is even more expensive. But there are discounts for children, students and pensioners. What to do on top of the Table Mountain? Of course, look at the city panorama, and then walk along one of the proposed trails and make sure that the top of the mountain is really completely flat. At the same time be attentive (th)! From time to time, a thick tablecloth of clouds covers Table Mountain, and then the cable car is closed. She stops working with a strong wind. Even if the lift is closed, do not be in a hurry to get upset. It is possible, in 20-30 minutes he will work again!
Next to Table Mountain, there are several other famous peaks, which, if desired, can also be climbed, but only on foot. The most gentle and longest of them – Signal Hill. Even pensioners and small children can climb it. Between Signal Hill and Table Mountain is the most beautiful peak of Cape Town – Lion’s head. The name was not chosen by chance – the hill really resembles the head of a lying lion. A fairly gentle path leads to the top of Lion’s Head. It ends with steep cliffs and the need to show their climbing skills. Well, the most dangerous and steep peak – the neighbor of Table Mountain – Devil’s Peak. Only experienced hikers climb here.
The most beautiful botanical garden of the world stretches along the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden (Rhodes Drive, Newlands). Moreover, it is the first garden included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The botanical garden itself is more like a huge park where you can walk in the shade of the trees and get into the real South African forest. Be sure to stroll through Tree canopy walkway – a suspension trail at the very canopy of trees. The entrance to Kirstenbosch is open daily from 8 to 18 hours. Ticket for adults – $ 5.5. Discounts are also provided for children and students, and senior citizens can go to the garden free of charge on Tuesdays.
Well, the last in line is the Cape Town summit. Twelve Apostles (Twelve Apostles). In fact, this is a whole mountain range with separate elevations in the western part of Table Mountain. These elevations are named after the apostles. Of course, if you look and count, there will be a little more than twelve, but we will not spoil the legend about the apostles.
To view the Twelve Apostles you need to go to the local Miami – area Camps bay. This is the most expensive area of Cape Town located right on the Atlantic coast in the western part of the city. Palm trees, white sand, first-line luxury condos, the most fashionable urban cafes and restaurants, and the wealthy public are all Camps Bay. Well, to see it in all its glory, it is better to come here on a day off, when all the bohemians of Cape Town come to Camps Bay to meet in the coastal cafes for a cup of coffee.
Clifton beaches – no less expensive, but more quiet and calm neighbor Camps Bay. The beach area is located closer to the city center and gradually turns into a long promenade right up to the Green Point itself. The high shore of Clifton Beaches is built up with expensive apartment hotels and condominiums, and already from them steep stairs lead to the beaches. For ordinary mortals who do not live in local hotels, two staircases were made in the area of the second and fourth beaches. You can climb right up to Victoria Road. They bathe on Clifton Beaches, as well as on the rest of Cape Town beaches, except lovers of dimness. But to sunbathe and admire the beautiful views, walk up to Camps Bay and back – the most it!
Sea point promenade – a long promenade along the Atlantic coast of Cape Town, leading from Green Point to almost Clifton Beaches. The Promenade is an ideal place for walking, jogging or cycling. There are always a lot of locals and tourists. And even in Cape Town drought, there are several open-air swimming pools with sea water – Sea point pavillion (Lower Beach Road, Sea Point). Entrance to the territory with swimming pools for adults costs $ 2, children have discounts, and pensioners – for free. Here you can not only swim in the 50-meter adult pools or splash around in the small children’s paddling pool, but also try yourself in diving and diving. And given the water crisis and the cold ocean waters, outdoor pools with sea water – the perfect alternative to beach holidays in Cape Town.
If you say that the main tourist street of Cape Town – Long Street, do not believe it! The main place of concentration of tourists in the city – Victoria & Alfred waterfront (abbreviated V&A waterfront). Perhaps this is the only place in Cape Town, where it is safe to walk, even after dark. On v&A Waterfront will find plenty of shops, spas and restaurants with prices above average. Here in the evenings, wealthy tourists like to have dinner with a view of the harbor, and bohemian youths have a night out at local clubs. In addition, a small Ferris wheel runs on the embankment, barely exceeding the height of neighboring buildings.
It also houses the most famous African Museum of Modern Art – Zeitz MOCAA (V&A Waterfront, Silo District, S Arm Road). You will see it from afar and find out right away! The museum is located in the old elevator building in the port of Cape Town, opposite the V quay&A waterfront. The ticket here will cost $ 15. The museum hosts exhibitions of African and foreign artists, photographers and sculptors, as well as their lectures and master classes.
C v&A waterfront ships leave for nearby Robben island – The former island prison, the most famous prisoner of which was Nelson Mandela. The island is just 7 km from the coast of Cape Town. However, there is no chance to escape from Robben Island! This is because the waters off the coast of South Africa, and Cape Town are no exception, teeming with sharks. So in the whole history of the island prison there was not a single lucky person who could leave her without permission. Ferries to the island depart from the embankment daily at 9, 11 and 13 hours. In the high season, add another flight at 15 o’clock. A round-trip ticket for adults costs $ 26 and also includes an island tour. Fully visit the island with the road will take about 4 hours.
Continuing the cultural program and learning more about the apartheid policy will help District Six Museum (5A Albertus Street & Buitenkant Street, Zonnebloem). The entrance to the museum is $ 3.5, and a ticket with a guided tour costs $ 4.6. The museum exposition is dedicated to the former residential area in the eastern part of Cape Town – District Six. In the middle of the last century, Africans, Indians and Malays lived in this actively developing area.
Well, if you want to unwind after all these horrible stories, go to the most vivid and positive area of Cape Town – Bo-kaap. This Muslim quarter, where the descendants of immigrants from Malaysia mostly live, does not have a rich history and would hardly attract crowds of tourists here. If the enterprising residents of Bo-Kaap had not decided to paint their lives, and at the same time their houses with all the colors of the rainbow. What to do in Bo-Kaap? Just walk the streets, enjoy the color contrasts and smiles of the locals, who are extremely pleased with the resulting tourist hype.
Want to learn more about the city? Go on one of the free walking tours. As a rule, such donation tours are organized by any large hostel. For example, daily in
Cape of Good Hope (Cape of Good Hope) – the reason why thousands of tourists from all over the world come to Cape Town. To stand on the edge of the African land, try to discern beyond the horizon far Antarctica and see the raging waters of the Atlantic – what could be more mysterious and more romantic? And yes, to be precise, the very edge of Africa is Cape Agulhas, 250 kilometers away. The place where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans merge. Of course, you can get there too, but real romantics choose Cape of Good Hope!
You can get to Cape Point only by car or with a guided tour from Cape Town. If you take Uber, negotiate immediately on a trip in both directions, otherwise finding a car on the way back will be problematic. For visiting Cape point national park take $ 12 per person. At the entrance of the park is open from 6 am to 6 pm. You need to have time to leave before sunset, otherwise pay a $ 42 fine. After a memorable photo with a famous sign, you can stroll along Cape of Good Hope Scenic Walk and walk to the bottom stop Flying dutchman funicular (1.5 hours one way). For $ 6, the funicular will take you to the lighthouse on the top of the mountain and bring it back, but you can also walk there.
Well, the main attraction of South Africa outside Cape Town – a small Boulders beach in Simon’s Town. All because African penguins live here! The beach itself is divided into two parts. Through the entrance to the town closest to the main beach. Going down to the penguins here is not allowed, just walk along the long promenade and watch them from afar. But it is worth going to the nearby beach through the far entrance, as you find yourself in a small bay face to face with these guys. It is forbidden to touch the penguins, but you can easily take a selfie with them! In addition, on this small beach is very warm water and allowed to swim. Well, if you make your way over the stones a little further, you will see a penguin life in all its glory. And carefully, the guys bite very much. If you see how one of them unnaturally tilts his head to the side – run! An adult ticket to Boulders Beach costs $ 6.30. It must be carefully stored to go from one part of the beach to another.
Penguins are not all animals around Cape Town. On Kalk bay, in addition to the beautiful multi-colored bungalows on the beach, it is full of sea seals in the vicinity of the local port and at the same time fish market. And in town Herermanus on the Atlantic coast, 120 km south-east of Cape Town, they are traveling in the hope of meeting whales. However, if you are not their biggest fan and will not come to the delight only from the seen piece of whale’s tail, we do not recommend to waste time on a trip to Hermanus.
Need more natural beauty? Go watch Chapmans peak south of Cape Town. In fact Chapmans Peak Drive – it’s just a beautiful highway along the Atlantic coast on one side and a high mountain range on the other. Travel on it in one direction costs $ 4 from a car.
Across the Western Cape, which has Cape Town as its capital, there are hundreds of vineyards. Most of them are concentrated in the vicinity of cities Stellenbosch and Paarl, although good wineries can be found everywhere. Unofficially this area is called Winelands.
Almost every local vineyard has a small restaurant, where they offer not only lunch or dinner, but also take part in wine tasting. To get to this tasting, you need to come to the vineyard before 17 o’clock. But even if you are late, the hosts will gladly feed you with dinner and treat you with their best wine. The main rule here is to drink the sort of wine that the vineyard specializes in!
You can try the famous local Sauvignon Blanc on the way to Cape of Good Hope or Chapmans Peak in Cape point vineyards (Silvermine Road, Noordhoek, Cape Town). The vineyard is located on a high hill, so in addition to excellent wine (bottle – $ 12.5) there is a wonderful view of the neighboring towns at the foot of the hill and the coast of the Atlantic. In addition, in the garden at the restaurant you can organize a picnic or just lie on the grass, enjoying the surrounding African nature.
Another vineyard where they also produce excellent Sauvignon Blanc, – Marianne Wine Estate (Valley Road – Off R44, Stellenbosch). It is located between Stellenbosch and Paarl. It is owned by a French family, which has its own vineyards in Bordeaux! In addition to the winery and restaurant with a completely French name – Floréal Brasserie, on the territory of the vineyard you can stay in small rural “lofts” with all the comforts and fully experience the charm of South African farm life. A small tasting of wines with snacks costs $ 6 per person, and a full 2-hour excursion into winemaking and wine drinking at $ 25 per person.
Stellenbosch vineyards (Baden Powell Dr) – one of the largest local wine producers. Particularly known for its red wine varieties Pinotage (bottle – $ 7.5). Although you can buy any of the popular South African wines, here Stellenbosch Vineyards holds the leading position in the region. Daily tastings are held in the vineyard restaurant on weekdays from 9 to 18, and on weekends from 10 to 17 hours.
Do you prefer small and cozy wineries? Go to Dornier Wine Estate (Blaauwklippen Road, Stellenbosch). This family-owned vineyard lies at the very foot of the Stellenbosch hills north of the city. For the third century in a row, wine has been produced under its own Dornier brand. First of all, try the famous white Dornier White from a mixture of two grape varieties – Chenin Blanc and Sémillon ($ 19 bottle). The menu of the local restaurant contains traditional treats of South African white farmers. And the very main building of the winery is also very traditional. It was built in the Dutch colonial style.
The farther from Cape Town, the prices become lower and the size of the portions grows. Therefore, the bill at the vineyard restaurant in Paarl will be 1.5–2 times less than in Stellenbosch or Cape Town. True, and go here have a couple of hours on the car. But if the road does not scare you, be sure to check out the small family winery – Klein parys vineyards (8 Jan Van Riebeeck Dr, Charleston Hill, Paarl). It is owned by real boers, descendants of the first white migrants to South Africa. Therefore, the menu here is only on Afrikaans. But in the evenings they play live music, and a huge plate of local BBQ – Braai – can be obtained for mere pennies. The winery specializes in red wine varieties Shiraz (bottle – $ 7).
Street food in Cape Town in the afternoon with fire you will not find. But throughout the city, almost at every step, you will meet McDonalds, KFC or local fast food equivalent. Therefore, for these South African snacks, go to one of the supermarkets of the popular Spar or Pick’n’Pay chains.
In South Africa, they eat meat everywhere, a lot of tasty meat. And snacks are no exception. Memorize the main ones – Biltong and Droewors. Biltong – These are thin slices of dried beef. But they can make it from the local antelope Springbok or from the beloved ostrich in Cape Town. Droewors – translated from Afrikaans “dry sausage”. In fact, these are such thin and dry sausages made from beef with the addition of coriander. Both snacks are the national food of the Boers, descendants of the first white migrants to South Africa.
Mageu – an excellent and satisfying drink, which can also be found in any grocery store. In appearance, it resembles something between a yoghurt and a jelly. But they actually make it from ground and fermented corn flour with the addition of fruit and water.
If snacks from the supermarket are not enough for a full-fledged lunch, go to one of Cape Town food markets. V&A Waterfront Food Market (Dock Road, V&A Waterfront) is a local analogue of the Barcelona la Boqueria or Moscow Danilovsky market. Here you can buy products from local farmers, a lot of traditional snacks and sweets, as well as a pretty decent meal. True, the prices bite a little.
Do you want to eat tasty and budget? Walk to another food market recently opened in the Sea Point Pavillion, – Mojo market (30 Regent Road, Sea Point). Here, a dozen of fast food projects with cuisines from around the world are assembled under one roof, and also works somewhat along with the traditional South African menu. And the prices will pleasantly surprise you! Do not miss the chance to try the local “venison” – meat of the antelope Springbok.
After a walk through Bo-Kaap, be sure to check out the cafe. Cookies & Cream (87 Buitengracht Street). And don’t forget to order their most popular dessert – Bubble Waffle Ice Cream. He is a ball of ice cream with numerous toppings of choice, wrapped in a warm Hong Kong waffle. This hearty meal will draw for a full meal, but costs only $ 4.5.
Going shopping in the Woodstock area, look at the local hidden gem – Salisburys (79 Roodebloem Road, Woodstock). This small cafe serves wonderful breakfasts and lunches for only $ 4! Moreover, they are prepared only from products grown on farms around Cape Town.
Cape Town’s Most Popular Dinner Place – Quay V&A waterfront. True, the menu of most restaurants here for some reason dominates Italian, French and other European cuisines. In addition, the portions are small, and their cost is greatly overvalued. It is necessary to go except that City Grill Steakhouse (Shop 155, Victoria Wharf Shopping Center, V&A Waterfront) to try this common African and strange for us ostrich, crocodile and zebra meat.
Well, for real African cuisine go to the area of Long Street. Let’s start with the best local restaurant – Addis in cape (41 Church Street, Corner Long & Church Street). They cook Ethiopian cuisine here. But it’s not even about the menu; the food here is a little different from the South African one — beans, vegetables, meat and seafood. All interest in the restaurant is serving. Ordered dishes spread on a huge and thin pancake, covering the entire table like a tablecloth. The average cost of main courses is $ 11-13.
Mama africa (178 Long Street) – another restaurant of African cuisine. The place is very colorful and extremely popular. Therefore, if you go here for dinner, it is better to book a table in advance. Every night at 20 o’clock, live African music is played here – drums and all that. The menu, as elsewhere in South Africa, a lot of different roasted meat, but you can also order interesting dishes such as stewed giblets. In general, there is where to roam and how to surprise the stomach. The average price of the main course is $ 11.
For the best BBQ in the city go to The village idiot (32 Loop Street). And don’t forget that in South Africa, grilled meat is called braai. Everything is fine in the restaurant – food, interior, atmosphere and even a balcony on the second floor, from which you can watch the life of the city, eating roasted meat ($ 10) or a burger ($ 7). By the way, they are cooking vegetarian braai from vegetables.
When you have already figured out with the best braai in the city, it will be the turn of the “kingdom of burgers” – Royale eatery (273 Long Street). Despite the name, the prices here are quite affordable – a big and tasty burger will be cooked for $ 7-9. Yes, and there is something to choose from: 50 different burgers in the menu! Meat and vegetarian, traditional and specially invented by the chef. Well, if you are indifferent to burgers (-shna), you can order a dessert from 20 different milkshakes.
If you live in the Observatory area, then do not miss the most popular among students. Café ganesh (38 Trill Road, Observatory). Surprisingly, not Indian dishes are served here, but normal South African ones. Not to say that this is a gourmet restaurant, but cheap and tasty. The average cost of the main dish is only $ 5-7. That is why the place is always packed to capacity! In Ganesh, we advise you to try the traditional bobotie meat and fruit casserole, or take a burger with ostrich meat.
If you want to booze, then go to one of the best and most expensive restaurants of Camps Bay – Azure Restaurant (Victoria Road, Camps Bay). The restaurant is included in the hotel spa complex 12 Apostles Hotel & The Spa is famous not only for its many awards, but also for its excellent ocean view! The menu is fish, seafood and meat. The price of the main dish is $ 16-25. And do not forget about the dress code – semi-formal. What does it mean: no shorts and slippers!