Millers Point Coastal Resort
Millers Point is a coastal resort on the Cape Peninsula. Situated along the scenic route between Simons Town and Cape Point. The resort is pinched between the Swartklip Mountain and the Indian Ocean, creating a spectacular setting.
This site is home to one of the last remaining examples of Coastal Duneveld in the Cape Peninsula and supports populations of rare or threatened species. This coupled with the high intensity of use in a relatively small area indicate a high conservation value for the natural environment. Located within the Millers Point site is shore access to the Castle Rock Marine Reserve, which is a world-class scuba diving destination and the slipway that creates a popular access point for commercial fisherman.
The Millers Point coastal resort project included a comprehensive site analysis, conceptual design, a development framework and a phased implementation plan to guide future development. The project is currently under construction to be completed during 2017.
Situated approximately 2km outside Simon’s Town, it forms part of a 72 hectare property owned by the City of Cape Town (CoCT). The area covers part of the lower slopes of the Swartberg mountain range and extends towards the False Bay coastline.
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