Regions and towns

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Regions and towns
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Cape Town and the Western Cape is a bustling melting pot of cultures, tastes and experiences for young and old. You’ll find state of the art shopping malls, open-air markets, a dynamic night life and windows into our rich history. You’re going to want to discover more, and a world of natural beauty lies beyond the boundaries of the city in the greater Western Cape regions: the Cape West Coast (Weskus), the Cape Karoo, the Garden Route & Klein Karoo, the Cape Winelands and the Cape Overberg.

Each area is worth exploring and has its own charm, you’ll uncover diverse culinary delights, award-winning wine estates, nature in full bloom, wide open spaces and deserts, azure waters and white sandy beaches, luxury experiences and animal encounters that will make your journey truly unforgettable.

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Leeu Gamka
Interesting period architecture dominates this picturesque little Cape Karoo town, which is a welcome port-of-call on the north-south route along the N1 highway. Read more
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Darling
There’s always something exciting happening in the vibrant small town of Darling. Although known traditionally for the amazing beauty of the spring wildflowers during the Cape W... Read more
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Riviersonderend
Riviersonderend (River without end) is a small village situated adjacent to the N2, about 165km from Cape Town. It was so named after the river that runs through the town. Read more
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Malmesbury
Malmesbury, generally known as the ‘Heart of the Swartland’, is a tranquil country town with a Mediterranean climate. It’s only a 40-minute drive from Cape Town. Read more
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Papendorp & Ebenhaezer
The quaint and tranquil settlements of Papendorp and Ebenhaezer overlook the Olifants River estuary and wetland and offer wonderful bird-watching experiences. Read more
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McGregor
McGregor is a unique, alternative, eccentric and therapeutic village away from the crowds where you can truly unwind, step back in time and just relax. Read more
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Vredendal
Vredendal is situated in the lower Olifants River Valley, along the irrigation scheme. The town is a suitable stopover for all journeys from the N7 and the R27 routes. With its ... Read more
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Helderberg
Nature lovers will be awed by the Helderberg Mountain range and the many hiking and walking trails, and the exciting bird life on offer. Read more
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Atlantic Seaboard
The Atlantic Seaboard stretches from the periphery of the V&A Waterfront, past Mouille Point and along the Sea Point promenade to the famous Camps Bay. It overlooks the sparklin... Read more
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Hardeveld
The tone in the seven small Hardeveld villages (Nuwerus, Bitterfontein, Kliprand, Rietpoort, Molsvlei, Stofkraal, Putsekloof) is decidedly traditional. It's a place where pace i... Read more
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Moorreesburg
The “bread basket” of the Cape West Coast, Moorreesburg is loved as much for its wheat as it is for its wonderful friendly people. Read more
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Caledon
In the heart of the Cape Overberg, Caledon is situated on the slopes of the Klein Swartberg Mountains on the N2, 120km east from Cape Town. Read more
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Bonnievale
Resting in a fertile valley between the Langeberg Mountains and mighty Breede River, Bonnievale’s name says it all – it is a friendly, happy place with loads on offer for any tr... Read more
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Stellenbosch
Stellenbosch is situated in a magnificent mountain valley, boasts a mild Mediterranean climate and is the ideal destination from which to explore the Cape Winelands, Cape Town, ... Read more
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Citrusdal
Citrusdal is situated north of Cape Town along the N7. It is an easy two-hour drive from the city and is nestled between the picturesque Cederberg, Koue Bokkeveld and the Swartb... Read more
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Murraysburg
The little town with the big heart. Nestled in a little-known valley in the Cape Karoo lies the village of Murraysburg. Read more
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Cape West Coast
Turquoise waters surrounded by wheat fields and wild flowers – idyllic isn't it? Escape to nature accompanied by some good old fashioned West Coast hospitality. Read more
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Plettenberg Bay
Originally christened “Bahia Formosa” (beautiful bay) by early Portuguese explorers, Plettenberg Bay offers the visitor miles of sweeping, unspoiled beaches, a dramatic rocky pe... Read more
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Arniston
If nature is for you then Arniston is for you. Visit a place where the practices of generations of fishermen quietly continue without interruption. Read more
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Riversdale
Nestled at the foot of the landmark Sleeping Beauty Mountain, Riversdale has earned its reputation as the floral paradise of the Garden Route and Klein Karoo, due to the abundan... Read more
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Nelspoort
Nelspoort, 40km north of Beaufort West, is a town known for its fresh air and healing surroundings. Once occupied by the San, the area is home to the largest collection of rock ... Read more
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Hermanus
Hermanus is situated in the heart of the Whale Route, just 100km from Cape Town on the Cape Whale Coast. It has developed from a rustic fishing village into one of the world’s b... Read more
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De Rust
A popular country escape for artists, the area is also well known for excellent dessert wines; pot-stilled brandy and fruit and like most towns in the region, it is ostrich cou... Read more
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St. Helena Bay
Multi-shaped white boulders rising from aquamarine seas and fringes of sandy beaches greet you when arriving at St. Helena Bay. Read more