Albertinia: Slow down and indulge in an area that provides healing for the body and revitalises the soul. Discover the magic qualities of the Aloe plant and surround yourself with old-style hospitality and wide-open expanses of unspoilt nature.
Gouritsmond: Tired of the hustle and bustle of city life? Kick off your shoes and enjoy this secret breakaway. Not only a fisherman’s paradise, Gouritsmond has many coastal, river, and flora treasures to explore.
Heidelberg: Farm-life and active experiences are abundant here with mountain biking and hiking in one of the most scenically preserved regions of the Western Cape. Experience slow organic cooking, long chats, interesting art, antiques and handmade furniture.
Jongensfontein: This quaint little coastal village is what your dream beach holiday looks like and home to the most popular caravan park in Hessequa.
Melkhoutfontein: More than a sherman’s village, this is a community with a proud heritage that loves to cook and tell tales of days gone by. Visit the Anglican Church and enjoy the famous homestays and cookups.
Riversdale: Floral paradise in the shadow of the spectacular Sleeping Beauty, a well-known peak in the Langeberg Mountains. A wealth of outdoor activities, gourmet and lifestyle options awaits you.
Slangrivier: Visit the Johnique Johannes Nature Park with its prolific bird life, or hike the Blue Crane and Cape Fynbos trails.
Stilbaai: Rich in archaeological finds with the history of the Blombos Cave and ancient fish traps, here you will also find fynbos that grows nowhere else on earth and every type of outdoor activity to cater for the whole family.
Witsand/Port Beaufort: The whale nursery of Southern Africa, where hundreds of these giants visit each year to calve and feed while you can view from land. The Breede River offers unlimited potential for water enthusiasts – from fishing, kitesurfing, stand up paddleboarding and much more.