Green Point is a trendy suburb of Cape Town, just outside the city centre, between the V&A Waterfront and Signal Hill. One of the main hubs of Cape Town's after dark activities, Green Point prides itself on being gay friendly and Main Road, Green Point is a lively experience of pubs, clubs and cabaret restaurants in the evenings.
Green Point is close to Sea Point and Clifton's beaches. The area has a quaint, village feel about it and is safe to walk the narrow, villa lined streets, many of which have restored Victorian style homes with balconies and trellises. The Cape Quarter is a new development that has completely revitalised the area and re-established Green Point as a trendy hangout for locals and visitors. From Green Point you are within walking distance of the city centre and its many attractions; The Waterfront is only minutes away and the Big Sunday market at the Green Point stadium, pegged as the 2010 World Cup venue, sells mostly African arts and crafts.