Tag: wine routes

  • Gordons Bay

    Together with Somerset West and Strand, Gordon’s Bay forms part of South Africa’s Helderberg Basin, so named after the Helderberg Mountains that create a scenic backdrop to this charming seaside town. The waterfront with its promenade lined with coffee shops, cafés and restaurants, is arguably the main attraction of Gordon’s Bay. Bikini Beach is the hotspot for the younger crowd to gather, ...

  • Worcester

    It is where popular literary, music and art legends in South Africa once stayed; inspiring the likes of Nobel Prize Winner, J.M. Coetzee, singer David Kramer and C. Louis Leipoldt. Today, this magnificent town, in the Breede River Valley, still inspires and leaves visitors breathless, as the beauty, creativity and peacefulness of Worcester mesmerizes all who pass through. Visitors will find ...

  • Robertson

    If any local is asked about the small town of Robertson, the first thought that comes to mind is wine. Located near the Langeberg Mountains, Robertson is dependent on the Breede River as it is the life blood to the surrounding farm land and vineyards. The quaint town has quiet streets, historical buildings and unique attractions to share with visitors and is a recommended destination on ...