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Cape Winelands

The Cape Winelands is a region of the Western Cape Province.  . The area is one of the 'pearls' of South Africa's rural and small-town sub-regions.  It’s a superb wine-producing area, and indeed the best known in South Africa. The magnificent mountain ranges around Stellenbosch and Franschhoek provide ideal microclimates for the vines. It comprises of numerous picturesque towns namely:  Ashton, Bonnievale, Ceres, De Doorns,  Franschhoek, Gouda, Klapmuts, McGregor, Montagu, Paarl, Pniel, Prince Alfred Hamlet, Rawsonville, Robertson, Saron, Stellenbosch, Touws River, Tulbagh, Wellington, Wolseley, Worcester. Main Economic...

Cederberg

Geographically the Cederberg is more to the North of the West Coast region with towns like Citrusdal, Wuppertal, Clanwilliam, Graafwater and Lamberts Bay. The Cederberg mountain range stretches from the Skurweberg Mountains all the way up to the Pakhuis Mountains.  With a little bit warmer climate than the South the Cederberge is known for its flowers and rocks formations, with mountain hiking trails and perfect areas for bird watching to the cold Atlantic to catch that wave you have been dreaming of. The Cederberg offers a rawer mountain experience with open rock futures for an extraordinary hiking trip with no other people in sight so you can enjoy the peace...

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Central Karoo

The name Karoo comes from the Khoisan word Garo which means dessert, but the Central Karoo is not exactly that, it is somewhere in between the Cape’s fynbos and a dessert with a very low growing eco system that needs very little water to survive making the rainfall a big part of why a place can be called a karoo, the extreme heat and cold also plays roles in the name.  The Central Karoo which includes towns like Laingsburg, Beaufort West and Murraysburg has a lot of its own characteristics which add value to the beautiful Western Cape Province. The area has a very rapid change in temperature from day to night time it can be soring hot during the day and...

Eden

Eden is situated in the south eastern part of the Western Cape Province and stretches from Heidelberg all the way to Plettenberg Bay covering areas known as the garden route and little Karoo with towns like Knysna, Oudtshoorn and George. The name Eden truly suits the area, especially as you drive in the garden route with the lush green forests, this area has the second mildest climate in the world with temperatures rarely going below 10 degrees C in winter and no warmer than 28 degrees C in summer.  The whole area is very popular under tourists with so many activities like bungee jumping, ostrich rides and cave hikes. Places to visit: Endless...

Jongensfontein

Jongensfontein is one of South Africa’s best kept secrets with spectacular views, pristine beaches and is a popular fishing destination.  It is a small town which makes it exclusive, boasts with natural tidal swimming pools for children and not to mention that it is a pollution-free environment and a safe and peaceful haven.  If you are looking to experience fresh sea air, exhilarating walks along our beautiful coast line or picturesque sunsets over the ocean, then look no further.  Whale watching from July to November is always a highlight with vantage points photographers dream about.  A 9-hole golf course is available. A cute old museum,...

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Malmesbury

The Swartland route begins 50 kilometres from the city of Cape Town and is considered the gateway to the West Coast. It comprises of several towns, namely: Darling, Moorreesburg, Malmesbury, Yzerfontein, Riebeek-West, Riebeek-Kasteel and Koringberg. The region’s namesake is derived from the Swartland indigenous Renosterveld shrubs which turn dark grey-black during summer. For decades, the area has been used for large scale wheat farming and is best known for its rolling wheat fields, intermixed with green vineyards. The Swartland is quickly becoming a draw card for those seeking a country-style living and its fertile plains make it a popular choice for...

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Overberg

Overberg at a glance: Geographically, the Overberg is south of the Cape Winelands and south-west of the Klein Karoo. The boundaries of the Overberg are the Hottentots-Holland mountains in the West; the Riviersonderend Mountains, part of the Cape Fold Belt, in the North; the Atlantic and Indian Oceans in the South and the Breede River in the East. It is a wheat-growing area and there are few more beautiful sights than the first green flush of the new growth on the hills which are also home to the largest population of South Africa's national bird, the blue crane.  “Overberg” literally means “over the...

Stellenbosch

The Boland region is situated in the Western Cape province, northeast of the city of Cape Town. It is made up of several towns, namely: Stellenbosch, Paarl, Worcester and extends towards Malmesbury, Swellendam, Tulbagh and Somerset West. The area is referred to as the Cape Winelands as it is home to many of the most famous names in South African wine. The name ‘Boland’ is derived from the Afrikaans words for “top country” or “land above” and is now also the name given to numerous sports teams including the Boland cricket team. The Boland has become a highly sought after area for farmers and also those seeking a country-style...

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Stilbaai

Still Bay offers a long stretch of pristine beach, including Lappiesbaai which is classified as a blue flag beach.  This is also where the Goukou river mouth meets the Indian ocean, therefore offering a wide range of both river and ocean water sports.  Examples include fishing, skiing, kite surfing, surfing and snorkelling.  During the summer season, Still Bay also hosts a touchies tournament as well as part of the Trans Agulhas race. Still Bay is situated 350km from Cape Town along the N2 and 150km from George Airport.  The weather is ideal with a moderate climate and beautiful sunny days.  The area receives rain almost equally in all...

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Swartland

Swartland at a glance: The Swartland route begins 50 kilometres from the city of Cape Town and is considered the gateway to the West Coast. It comprises of several towns, namely: Darling, Moorreesburg, Malmesbury, Yzerfontein, Riebeek-West, Riebeek-Kasteel and Koringberg. The region’s namesake is derived from the Swartland indigenous Renosterveld shrubs which turn dark grey-black during summer. For decades, the area has been used for large scale wheat farming and is best known for its rolling wheat fields, intermixed with green vineyards. The Swartland is quickly becoming a draw card for those seeking a country-style living and its fertile plains...

 
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