This national park showcases the rugged natural splendour at the pinnacle of the ‘Cape of Storms’, where a great many vessels have met their end.
This majestic Arabella Country Estate overlooks the Bot River lagoon, with sweeping views of the Kogelberg Mountains.
This charming fishing village on the coast is a popular holiday destination where traditional fishing cottages dot an untouched coastline.
Between the Cape Overberg and the Klein Karoo lies this charming, remote farming village. Famous for its world-class vineyards, and stunning scenery.
A relaxed, seaside getaway at the foot of the Kogelberg Mountains, this town has a lovely stretch of beach, and unspoilt fynbos.
Nestled in the foothills of the Houw Hoek Pass, the little town of Botriver is a haven for wine and nature lovers alike.
Established in 1838, Bredasdorp claims to be South Africa’s first official town. Today, it is a quaint, agricultural town producing wheat and wild flowers.
Cape Agulhas is the southern tip of Africa. Nope, Cape Point is not the real mccoy, this is the actual place.