The small town of Barrydale - established in 1880 retains its timeless country charm and supports a diverse, yet harmonious community. Barrydale is the perfect destination, or stopover, for visitors wishing to unwind and relax far removed from the stresses and strains of city life.
Very near to the Garden Route between Mossel Bay and Oudtshoorn and closely surrounded by the Outeniqua Mountains. You can go hiking there, riding on horseback, swimming in crystal clear rock pools or simply relaxing to your heart's content.
Known as 'the jewel of the Klein Karoo', Ladismith is located at the foot of the Klein Swartberg mountain range in the Klein Karoo. It's connected by tarred roads to all the major cities, including Cape Town, Oudtshoorn, George, Mossel Bay and Port Elizabeth.
Mossel Bay is a town with 82,332 inhabitants in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It lies on the southern coast of South Africa, east of the Cape of Good Hope and west of Knysna. It lies on the Indian Ocean coast and is part of the Garden Route.
Stilbaai, also known as the Bay of Sleeping Beauty, is a town along the southern coast of South Africa about four hours by car from Cape Town. It is part of the Hessequa Local Municipality in the Western Cape province. Alternate spellings of the town's name include Stillbay, Stilbay, Stillbaai and Stilbaai.
Nestling at the foot of the Langeberg Mountains, Swellendam has much to offer visitors who have an interest in history, nature and outdoor activities. Situated on the N2, approximately 240km from both Cape Town and George, Swellendam is the perfect choice for a halfway stopover or as a base from which to explore the area. Swellendam offers a variety of accommodation to suit every taste. There is little wind and temperatures are moderate. There is no shortage of water and gardens are lush and luxuriant. The cost of living is reasonable and the town is clean and efficiently and well run. The people are friendly and there is no political strife with a virtual absence of serious crime.