Struisbaai, an old fishing village in the Cape Agulhas area, has the longest sandy white beach in the Southern Hemisphere.
Known for charming whitewashed thatched cottages, Elim was founded in 1824 as a Moravian mission station near Cape Agulhas, and boasts the biggest wooden watermill wheel in the country.
Buffalo Bay (Buffelsbaai), also known as Buffels Bay, is a Garden Route seaside village that is a favoured holiday destination among families.
Situated on scenic Route 62 in the Little Karoo and famous for its hot springs, Montagu is the ideal eco, wellness and adventure sports retreat.
A small railway town, Touws River is the first Central Karoo town coming from the Cape and its various natural, historical and adventure activities offer a welcome city escape.
Witsand is a small coastal town situated at the mouth of the Breede River – popular for kitesurfing and windsurfing due to an ideal summer South-Easter wind – and is synonymous with the Southern Right Whales that come here to calve every year.
Three Sisters is named after three nearly identical dolorite hills visible while driving along the N1 between Beaufort West and Victoria West.
Nelspoort lies at the foot of the Nuweveld Mountains where Bushmen and Khoi left their mark in rock engravings on the surrounding koppies.
Murraysburg is nestled in a little-known valley where visitors can take the Sneeuberg Scenic Route, experience a sustainable living working farm, do some fly-fishing or go bird-watching.
Merweville is a peaceful, tranquil village with only two tarred roads and architecture that is a combination of Cape Dutch influences and traditional flat roofed Karoo cottages.
Matjiesfontein is well known today for its magnificent historical buildings and a popular attraction is the London Red Bus, which will take you on the shortest tour in the country.
Located where the intermittent Leeu and Gamka rivers meet, Leeu Gamka has a variety of accommodation and activities to offer to visitors. “Leeu” and “Gamka” are Afrikaans and ǀXam words for “Lion” respectively.
Laingsburg is friendly, modern and only 280km from Cape Town and is situated in a geologically fascinating area, steeped in history and tradition.
Time stands still in this Central Karoo working farm village, and visitors can marvel at the many beautifully restored Victorian buildings in Klaarstroom or explore many hiking and biking trails.
The Beaufort West region surprises visitors with its bright, startlingly blue sky, endless horizon, scenic landscapes and beautiful weather all year round.
Greyton is thought of by many as the most beautiful village in the Western Cape. Sophisticated and quaint, the town offer natural country to its visitors.
Stilbaai is a charming seaside village – and the perfect holiday destination – on the banks of the Goukou River estuary.
George is a convenient base from which to explore the surrounding the Outeniqua mountains, forests, rivers and rolling farmlands.
Plettenberg Bay is a holiday favourite for shopping, wine tasting, dining under the stars, wildlife experiences, outdoor adventure racing and lifestyle festivals.
Ladismith, located on Route 62, lies in the shadow of the Klein Swartberg mountain and surrounded by rich farmland. The town has numerous historic buildings in eight distinct architectural styles.
Calitzdorp, fruit basket of the Klein Karoo on Route 62, is a hub from which to explore majestic mountain passes, the Cango Caves, and our exquisite flora and fauna.
L’Agulhas is a coastal town on the southernmost tip of the African continent known for the Cape Agulhas Lighthouse nearby as well as the shipwreck of the Meisho Maru.
Heidelberg, a town on the eastern edge of the Overberg on the N2, is considered by many as the gateway to the Garden Route and an eco-paradise offering breathtaking scenery.
Bredasdorp is the main economic and service hub of the Southern Overberg region. The town lies 35 kilometers north of Cape Agulhas, the southern tip of Africa.
Prince Albert is a historic Klein Karoo town set amidst vineyards and fruit and olive farms with breathtaking vistas along farm roads and mountain passes.
De Rust is a unique Klein Karoo overnight stop and is within 200 kilometers from south coast beaches and several tourist attractions.
Barrydale, on Route 62 in the Overberg region of the Western Cape, has retained much of its timeless country charm.
An agricultural service oriented town on the N2, Riversdale is a hub for the surrounding farming communities and smaller towns of the Garden Route.
Fondly known as the “home of the Aloe”, Albertinia has two aloe factories, a 9 hole golf course and an eco-paradise surrounding the peaceful country village on the N2.
Known as the ostrich capital of the world, Oudtshoorn is an adventure, culture and environment destination in the Klein Karoo and also the start of the Route 62 wine route.