Where Is Glencairn In Cape Town South Africa

What is Glencairn?

The Glencairn whisky glass is a style of glass intended for drinking whisky, developed and produced by Glencairn Crystal Ltd, in East Kilbride,

a town near Glasgow, Scotland since 1981; originally designed by Raymond Davidson, managing director of the company.

Where Is Glencairn In Cape Town South Africa?

Glencairn is a small seaside village located on the Cape Peninsula, South Africa. It is situated about 4 km north of Simonstown, on the shore of False Bay.

What is the history of Glencairn Cape Town?

Glencairn was originally called Elsje’s Bay – a small cluster of houses. In 1902 it was called Glencairn.

The beach of white sand at the edge of the sea spread away up the valley to the high dune piled up against the lower slopes of the mountain.