Villain's Peak is a piece of the hilly background to Cape Town, South Africa.
When taking a gander at Table Mountain from the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, or when taking a gander at the standard picture postcard perspective of the mountain, the horizon is from left to right: the tower of Devil's Peak, the level plateau of Table Mountain, the arch of Lion's Head and Signal Hill.
The focal locale of Cape Town are settled inside this common amphitheater. The city became out of a settlement established on the shore underneath the mountains in 1652 by Jan van Riebeeck, for the Dutch East India Company.
A portion of the main homesteads in the Cape were set up on the inclines of Devil's Peak, along the Liesbeek River.