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Far from the madding crowd, some 1.5 hours from Cape Town in the sleepy Overberg, you'll find Greyton, a peaceful and picturesque village at the foot of the majestic Sonderend mountain range. Mighty oak trees, original thatched cottages, leafy...
If it's a sociable and active weekend you're after, or on the other end of the scale - looking for 'a license to chill' - Stanford is for you! An enterprising country village on Hermanus’s outskirts, carving an interesting...
The Republic of Greater Swellendam is comprised of seven beautiful small towns all of which share a dedication to country life, simplicity, good food, home comforts, friendship, outdoor adventure, hospitality at its best and unparalleled service. ...
Struisbaai is situated approximately 10 km from Cape Agulhas. This coastal resort boasts the longest continuous stretch of white sand coastline in the Southern Hemisphere, and each of the 13 pristine kilometres offers safe bathing.  Legend has it that...
L’Agulhas is the southernmost town in Africa and the closest to the point where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans officially meet.  Early Portuguese seafarers rounding this dangerous cape christened it Golfo de Agulhas (Gulf of Needles).  Later, due to...
The quaint little village of Elim, situated halfway between Gansbaai and Bredasdorp is the oldest village in the Strandveld.  Founded by Moravian missionaries in 1824, and largely inhabited by members of the Moravian Church, Elim’s brief biblical name comes...
Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve
The Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve lies in the Western Cape Province, approximately 60km south east of Cape Town.  It encompasses the entire coastal area from Gordon's Bay to the Bot River vlei and inland to Grabouw and the Groenland...
Arniston is one of those special places.  A tiny village with one shop -- in fact two tiny villages: Kassiesbaai, where the whole 200-year old fishing settlement has been proclaimed a national monument, and the newer area of affluent...
Hermanus is known primarily for the best land-based whale-watching in the world, and its 12km Cliff Path which is arguably one of the best urban walks in the world, is ideal for spotting the Southern Right Whales which visit...
Originally an outspan called Koffiekraal on the Cape Town-Caledon road, Elgin got its name from a group of apple farms called Glen Elgin, after the Molteno brothers (who owned the farms) gave land for the railway station. There is...
The Hangklip Coast includes the towns of Kleinmond, Betty's Bay, Hangklip, Pringle Bay and Rooi Els. The area has a typical Mediterranean climate: cool, wet winters with dry and hot summers. The thin belt between the mountains and the...
Napier lies at the foot of the Soetmuisberg and is surrounding by rolling wheat and barley fields.  Established in 1838, this beautiful little town still contains much of its old world charm.  It is also fast gaining a reputation...
Bredasdorp, known as South Africa’s first ‘dorp’, was established in 1838 on the farm Langefontein and named after a local farmer, Michiel van Breda, whose descendants still own the historic farm, Zoetendals Vallei.  Van Breda was the first mayor...
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