Colour, culture & cobble Streets
Bo Kaap Holiday Apartments
Colour… Culture… & Cobble Streets…
Hidden in central Cape Town, just beyond the hustle and bustle, you will find this little treasure which is an attraction for many holidaymakers, formerly known as the Malay Quarter.
What is Bo-Kaap? It is a multicultural area, rich in history, and tucked safely into the fold of signal hill above the city centre.
Use the cobble romantic stoned streets as your guide and you will be lead into a lively suburb filled with brightly colored houses from the nineteenth and seventeenth century, Muslim saints shrines (“kramats“) and many beautiful Mosques including the first established Muslim Mosque in South Africa established in 1844.
Bo Kaap Holiday Apartments sport and nature
Signal Hill is a spectacular tourist attraction that forms part of Bo-Kaap nature. Whether taking a walk, drive or climbing Lions Head, it is a must see and experience piece of landmark. Plenty to see and do from the Cape Town Coon Carnival, Bo-Kaap food and craft market, Architecture & Museums to the Malay restaurants and Bo-Kaap guided tours.
The Bo-Kaap is situated within walking distance of the famous Long Street for the ultimate nightlife experience.
Bo Kaap Holiday Apartments culture
The Bo-Kaap is quintessentially a Township, situated on the slopes of Signal Hill above the city centre and is an historical centre of Cape Malay culture in Cape Town. The Nurul Islam Mosque, established in 1844, is located in the area. Bo-Kaap is traditionally a multicultural area, rich in history. The area is known for its brightly coloured homes and romantic cobble stoned streets.