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Langeberg Region

The Landgeberg region is made up by a handful of small towns, each unique in their own way.

Ashton is a small town situated between Robertson and Montagu, hosting a canning factory, fruit packaging factories as well as many well known wine cellers.

Bonnivale, meaning beautiful valley, is also known as Valley of Cheese and Wine with many wine cellars along with cheese and cheese product producers.  Beautiful scenery can be enjoyed along the Breede River.

McGregor is a well preserved 19th century village with quaint thatched cottages. A village where one can truly unwind, step back in time and just relax. It is home to artists, craftsmen, healers, and therapists.

Montagu is regarded as the dried fruit capital of South Africa. Visitors can enjoy a fresh dry health climate, tractor trips to the summit of the Langeberg Mountains, the healing hot springs, numerous hiking trails, camp sites and much more.

Robertson is one of the largest wine producers in South Africa with many award winning wine cellars. There are many diverse attractions, including lazy river cruises, river rafting, hiking trails, farm stalls and an 18 hole golf course.



Being the largest town in the Western Cape's interior region, it serves as the administrative capital of the Breede Valley Local Municipality and as regional headquarters for most central and Provincial Government Departments. The town also serves as the hub of the Western Cape's interior commercial, distribution and retail activity with a shopping mall, well developed central business district and infrastructure.


The picturesque town of Wellington is a scenic 45-minute drive from Cape Town, 15-minutes’ from neighbouring Paarl and 30 minutes’ scenic drive through the Winelands, to historic Stellenbosch.

Wellington’s agricultural economy is centred on its award-winning wines, table grapes, deciduous fruit and fine brandy, and it is also home to South Africa’s sole whisky producer.

The region is renowned for beautiful Cape Dutch homesteads, picturesque environment, gardens and wineries. The historic Bain’s Kloof Pass, with unsurpassed vistas, indigenous flora and fauna and crystal-clear streams and rivers, is the perfect spot for hikers and fly-fishermen. Closer to town, guided wine-walks and horse-trails through rich farmland and flowering fynbos offer the opportunity to see and experience Mother Nature at her finest.

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