From No6 you can visit a number of other famous sights. You could either do this using your own transport, or by joining an organised tour group.
(e.g. www.daytours.co.za or www.caperainbow.com).
- The winelands of Stellenbosch, Franschoek and Paarl are within an hour's drive of No6.
- The whale Route can be explored during the cooler months. The town of Hermanus is most well known for this, with an annual festival during September / October. (Whales can also be seen on the Atlantic seaboard and False Bay coasts during this time.) (www.cape-whaleroute.co.za)
- Simons Town is well worth a visit to any guest to No. 6. It is still a base for the South African Navy, after being a British Navy base for many years. A variety of museums attest to this fact and could form part of a walking tour around the area. A bronze statue of Just Nuisance has pride of place on Jubilee Square. There is a large variety of interesting shops and restaurants at which to relax.
- Cape Point, which is situated in the Cape Peninsula National Park, can be included as part of a day tour of the Cape Peninsula. It is at this point that the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet. The False Bay coast, Southern suburbs and Atlantic seaboard all form part of this scenic Peninsula route.