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Bitterfontein, West Coast - Things to do


In the Hardeveld the pace is set by nature and not by human development. There are seven small villages situated in the Hardeveld: Bitterfontein, Kliprand, Molsvlei, Nuwerus, Putsekloof, Rietpoort and Stofkraal. It is an area where the tone is decidedly traditional. 'Soetsuurdeeg' bread is still baked in the outside clay oven, time with friends and family is spent chatting in the 'bossieskerm' and it is not a rare sight to see a donkey cart with its passengers en route somewhere.

Accommodation near Bitterfontein, West Coast

Sanddrif Holiday Resort - Cederberg, Caravan and Camping, Self Catering

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Sanddrif is the ideal base for nature lovers and the adventurous: trail hikers, mountain bikers and rock climbers. It is accessible but retains an air of remoteness, which makes it the perfect break-away for city dwellers. There's a lot to do and enjoy: four well-known day hikes, bird watching, swimming, rock climbing. camping, mountain biking, a unique observatory and rock art. The less ...

Petersfield Mountain Cottages - Citrusdal, Self Catering

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Petersfield Mountain Cottages is a working citrus and Rooibos tea farm overlooking the town of Citrusdal in the Cederberg area. Situated 170 km from Cape Town on the N7 it takes only one hour and forty-five minutes to reach Petersfield. The farm is situated only five kilometers from Citrusdal so it is very convenient for guests to nip into town for shopping or to sample fare from some of the fourteen ...

Bydidam Resort - Citrusdal, Self Catering

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Bydidam Resort is an hour and a half's drive from Cape Town on the N7. It is located in Citrusdal. Here you will find the upmarket Resort and Restaurant, Bydidam. We offer 10 en-suite chalets, with a family restaurant and a deck which overlooks a beautiful dam. Paddle wheelers and canoes are available, there is also a swimming pool with a lapa and barbeque facilities. Every chalet has ...

The Baths - Citrusdal, Caravan and Camping, Self Catering

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Citrusdal along the N7 is known for its rooibos and citrus products but with The Baths Natural Hot Springs, accommodation in Citrusdal takes an unexpected yet sensual and therapeutic turn. The 1739 building is a throwback to a Victorian palace and exudes an old world charm. With the nearby Olifants River Valley trickling by, it gives The Baths a unique and natural ambiance. Nature's own hot ...

Koningskop - Citrusdal, Caravan and Camping, Self Catering

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Koningskop is situated in a calm and peaceful atmosphere which is created by the river which flows through the campsite, also the lack of cell phone reception helps! The sites are suitable for caravans, tents and 4x4 trailers, each equipped with an electric point. We have 50 campsites and 3 self-catering chalets: 2 x4 sleepers @ R850/night for the chalet & 1 x 2 sleeper @ R600/night for the chalet. For ...

Natures View - Citrusdal, Caravan and Camping, Self Catering

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Citrusdal may be home to great mountains and peaceful flowing streams but not many people know that it is home to one of the best of Citrusdal accommodation. In fact, it goes beyond accommodation; it is the adventurer's playing field and the ultimate arena for the outdoors lover who doesn't mind getting a little dirt on themselves during a vacation. And if it's a playing arena ...

Clanwilliam Lodge - Clanwilliam, Lodge

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This Clanwilliam accommodation is situated right in the heart of the historic town with magnificent views of the Cederberg Mountains. Clanwilliam lodge is comprised of thirty-three luxurious, colonial style, air conditioned rooms. At Clanwilliam Lodge all rooms are luxurious and have an en suite bathroom. There is a choice of doubles, twins and king or queen-sized beds on request. Suites have the ...

Rondeberg Resort - Clanwilliam, Self Catering

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This accommodation in Clanwilliam offers holiday and overnight accommodation. There are ten sleeper, six sleeper and four sleeper chalets at Rondeberg Resort. This Clanwilliam accommodation is situated on the banks of the Bulshoek Dam, which offers use of the dam for skiing, boating, canoeing, fishing and much more. Should you be more inclined to be the active type, there are a variety of activities ...

Bulshoekdam Resort - Clanwilliam, Bed and Breakfast, Caravan and Camping, Guest Farms, Self Catering

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At Bulshoekdam Resort a tranquil setting offers hiking trails, gentle walks, horse riding, excellent bird watching and picturesque blankets of wild spring flowers among the unique Cape fynbos. Of special interest are some very well preserved San rock paintings which can be seen in the various caves and overhangs along the hiking trails. Get away from it all - soak up the splendor of nature ...

Yellow Aloe - Clanwilliam, Backpackers Lodges, Guest House

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This Clanwilliam accommodation is a wonderful historic guesthouse, overlooking the magnificent Cederberg Mountains, a feast for nature lovers with beautiful flora, rock art, hiking and cycling trails. Enjoy breakfast in the garden and experience the early morning bird life that share the garden. This accommodation in Clanwilliam also has a lovely coffee shop, which offers a full breakfast, light ...

Things to do near Bitterfontein, West Coast

Aurora Tourism - Aurora, Tourism Information

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185km north from Cape Town or 50km from Velddrif lies the charming village of Aurora set against the mountain. A quaint town square and Sandveld houses, Aurora is a must in flower season when pink, yellow and orange flowers are everywhere to be seen. ...

Bitterfontein Tourism - Bitterfontein, Tourism Information

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In the Hardeveld the pace is set by nature and not by human development. There are seven small villages situated in the Hardeveld: Bitterfontein, Kliprand, Molsvlei, Nuwerus, Putsekloof, Rietpoort and Stofkraal. It is an area where the tone is decidedly traditional. 'Soetsuurdeeg' bread is still baked in the outside clay oven, time with friends and family is spent chatting in the 'bossieskerm' and ...

Cederberg Tourism - Cederberg, Tourism Information

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The Cederberg region is only two hours from Cape Town and yet the landscape is completely different: wilder, warmer with a raw, dramatic beauty. Towering mountains, brilliant purple and orange at sunset, preside over the citrus orchards in the valley, laden with the scent of orange blossom in the spring. Enjoy the beauty of the Cederberg in your own way: walk in the mountains with not another ...

Cederberg Cellars - Cederberg, Wine

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Cederberg Cellars, South Africa's most uniquely situated wine farm, falls within the pristine environs of the Cederberg Wilderness Area, which lies in the Cape Floral Kingdom. Here, among spectacular rock formations and fynbos, you will find the highest altitude vineyards in the Cape. Conservation is fundamental and Cederberg Private Cellar is a committed member of the Biodiversity & Wine ...

Citrusdal Tourism - Citrusdal, Tourism Information

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Nestled on the banks of the Olifants River, less than two hour's drive from Cape Town on the N7, lies Citrusdal. Set amongst green citrus orchards and vineyards at the foothills of the majestic Cederberg Mountains, Citrusdal is the centre of the Western Cape citrus industry. ...

Kardoesie N7 Farmstall - Citrusdal, Where to eat

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If you're driving along Cape Town or Namibia, the last thing on your mind should be where to eat along the N7. The N7 route is a mini-destination before your ultimate destination with a number of farm stalls, restaurants and BnB's for you to make a stop and recharge before hitting the road again. Close to Citrusdal ,on top of the Piekenierskloof Pass, in the Western Cape lie the ultimate ...

Clanwilliam Tourism - Clanwilliam, Tourism Information

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Clanwilliam, heart of the Rooibos tea area, is one of the ten oldest towns in the country. Rich in cultural and historical heritage and with breathtaking natural beauty, it offers modern recreational facilities and is the centre of a flourishing agricultural community. It is also the only place in the world where Rooibos tea (Aspalathus linearis) can be cultivated. Rooibos is processed, packed and ...

VELDSKOENDRAAI RESTAURANT & FARMER'S MARKET - 30 seater restaurant inside - 30 seater restaurant outside - Suitable for small children - Play place for children - Safe and secure parking - Fresh & organic produce - Cordials, preserves, jams, hand baked breads & goods - Home of various Rooibos tea suppliers - Shopping & Gifts ...

Darling Tourism - Darling, Tourism Information

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you are here: home > regions and towns > Darling Darling The sleepy town of Darling lies an easy 30 km drive along the R315 from Yzerfontein - a pleasant journey through rolling hills that passes some of the most beautiful spring-flower areas in the country, including the Tienie Versfeld Wildflower Reserve. An artists' haven, the town is the home of the Voorkamer Fest arts festival, ...

Cloof Wine Estate - Darling, Where to eat

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Cloof Wine Estate, just up the road from Darling Cellars and in the heart of the Darling Wine and Art Experience is home to the Very Sexy Shiraz, and multiple, international award winning Crucible Shiraz. Open for wine tasting Monday to Saturday, our a la carte restuarant also serve a combination of light lunches to compliment our range of wines. Our next door sister farm, Burgherspost has set aside ...

Louisa Malan Properties offices are situated in Church Street next to Nedbank. Our principal has 8 years experience in a wide aspect of property sales and rentals. Our offices in Darling will specialise in Residential and Commercial Rentals, Plots & Farms & Commercial & Residential sales. Our sales team will specialize in Yzerfontein and surrounding areas. Our principal, Louisa Malan has extensive ...

Evita se Perron - Darling, Cultural

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If you are looking for things to do in Darling, then look no further than EVITA SE PERRON. Pieter -Dirk Uys has converted the old Darling railway station into a cabaret venue called EVITA SE PERRON, famous for its satirical garden, Boerassic Park, and the domain of Evita Bezuidenhout, the 'most famous white woman in South Africa'. There are two theatres, restaurant and bar, The Darling Trust, ...

Hopefield Tourism - Hopefield, Tourism Information

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Hopefield was founded on the banks of the Zoute River in 1853 and was originally developed as a church community. Hopefield is situated on the R45, only 130km from Cape Town, in the heart of fynbos country and Cape West Coast Peninsula with spectacular displays of wild flowers in and around town. At the Tourism Bureau is a small museum with a fossil display. ...

Simply Bee - Hopefield, Shopping

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If beauty could be packaged, it would be wrapped in a fine honeycomb and if you're looking for what to do in Hopefield then the answer is in the sweet, delectable Simply Bee shop. The petite shop in Hopefield is home to natural beeswax products for the skin, hair and nails. With beeswax being recognized as nature's very own surgeon, the Simply Bee Shop could very well hold the key to ...

Jacobsbaai Tourism - Jacobsbaai, Tourism Information

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A beautiful isolated bay with a sea frontage of about two kilometres. Its interesting coastline has peninsulas, rocky and sandy bays with cosy beaches and an abundance of seafood, crayfish, fish, mussels and abalone. Jacobsbaai is often referred to as 'Namaqualand by the sea' since its wildflowers are breathtakingly beautiful in spring. A unique place with unique people and definitely worth visiting. ...

Chas Everitt - Jacobsbaai, Shopping

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Estate Agents is situated in the beautiful town of Jacobsbaai come and enjoy the unspoiled beauty of the West Coast and revive your spirit. While visiting the beautiful area, why not look at a great investment opportunity to buy or look at the option of building your own home. we have various properties to suit the discerning buyer. On the West Coast life is relaxed, come and enjoy living here! ...

Lamberts Bay Tourism - Lamberts Bay, Tourism Information

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The picturesque seaside village of Lamberts Bay is situated two and a half hour's drive from Cape Town. This seafood mecca, in the heart of crayfish country, attracts holidaymakers, weekenders and day-trippers. The pure white beaches and blue sea offers ample opportunity for sea adventures and sport. Visitors can view gannets, cormorants and seals at Bird Island, which attracts ornithologists from ...

Muisbosskerm - Lamberts Bay, Where to eat

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When looking for things to do in Lamberts Bay, a visit to a West Coast Restaurant is a must. Come to Muisbosskerm the first and original open-air restaurant in South Africa. For a seasonal experience of a lifetime, unique to the West Coast, Muisbosskerm Restaurant is an experience not to be missed. Brainchild of Edward and Elmien Turner what started off as a hobby to entertain family and friends- ...

West Coast Tourism - Langebaan, Tourism Information

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The Cape West Coast Peninsula consists of Langebaan, Paternoster, St Helena Bay, Hopefield, Vredenburg and Saldanha Bay. This All Year Round destination caters for even the most discerning visitor: there are Nature Parks for Eco Tourists, adventure and sport for outdoor enthusiasts, entertainment for kids and peace and tranquility for those who just want to relax and revitalize. The pride of the ...

Lekka by die See - Langebaan, Where to eat

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A visit to Lekka By Die See should receive a tick on your "˜What to do in Langebaan' list. Just as the name "˜Lekka By Die See "˜informally connotes the phrase "˜ its nice at the sea' so too does this seashore restaurant offer the best dishes on the sea. This restaurant is one of the first open sea restaurant in South Africa, yet that has not stopped it from exceeding ...

P.L.A.Y is a Charity Group uplifting Youth facilities for the Community of Langebaan. DENLYN PARK - on Oostewal Street past the NG Kerk. Childrens Playpark, swings, jungle gym, bike track, boulle court for parents, covered seating and Toilet facilities. Park is available for parties a small charge for electrical point for jumping castle if needed. Country Craft Market last Saturday ...

Moorreesburg Tourism - Moorreesburg, Tourism Information

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The N7, only 100km from Cape Town, or a 30 km trip from Riebeek West along a rollercoaster road flanked by farms, the R311, will bring you to Moorreesburg, centre of the region's wheat industry. Here, the Wheat Industry Museum is a must for any history lover. Housed in the old Dutch Reformed Mission Church building, it depicts the history of wheat from early Egyptian times to the modern day. ...

Paternoster Tourism - Paternoster, Tourism Information

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Paternoster is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South Africa, and is located on the spectacular Cape West Coast, a mere 90 minutes drive from Cape Town. Quaint and unspoilt, Paternoster is well appointed with 4 restaurants, a lodge, a hotel and more than 60 accommodation establishments offering typical South African hospitality and spectacular views. Couples from around the world choose ...

Modo Mio - Paternoster, Where to eat

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Modo Mio restaurant in Paternoster are proudly owned by Amanda and Antoinette. A 60 seater cozy eastablishment. They specialize in seafood, but also cater for the meat lover with dishes like oxtail, lamb shank, ribs, steaks, and pizzas. The name Modo Mio means " My Style". This business is owner operated to ensure that you get great value for your money when it comes to the food and ...

Piketberg Tourism - Piketberg, Tourism Information

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The perfect way to view the whole town of Piketberg and surrounding areas is to take a trip up Versveld pass to the top of the mountain where you will drive through acres comprising of apple, pear, peach and orange trees. Breath in the scents of wild rosemary and will see many yellow Waboom and pink Nerifolia Proteas, on the way up. Spend a few days exploring, stay at one of the guesthouses and be ...

Riebeek West Tourism - Riebeek West, Tourism Information

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Riebeek-West is situated only 4km from Riebeek-Kasteel on the R311 and together they form the Riebeek Valley. Both the wine cellars and the olive oil producers welcome visitors who are encouraged to taste wine, olives and, for the more adventurous, the olive oil. During the olive harvesting season guided tours of the olive oil presses can be arranged. ...

Riebeek Kasteel Tourism - Riebeek Kasteel, Tourism Information

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Riebeek-Kasteel is situated on the slopes of the Kasteelberg (Castle) Mountain, a 946m high solitary rock of Table Mountain sandstone, sentinal amidst the rolling wheatfields and vineyards of the Swartland. The tranquil village is covered in the softest hues of pink and white during spring when the peach orchards are in bloom. Riebeek-Kasteel was named after Jan van Riebeeck and the Kasteelberg Mountain. ...

Saldanha Tourism - Saldanha, Tourism Information

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The picturesque seaside town of Saldanha, part of the Cape West Coast Peninsula, is situated on the northern corner of the largest natural bay in South Africa. On a clear day Table Mountain can be seen from the Adam & Eve rock formation situated on the hill above Saldanha. There is a short walking trail at Hoedjieskop in the centre of the town to a vantage point, which provides a panoramic view of ...

If you are looking for a lovely seafood restaurant in Saldanha, then come have a bite to eat at Slipway Waterfront Restaurant. It is a cosy restaurant in a sheltered corner of the Saldanha Harbour and offers delicious seafood, steaks and pastas. A favourite at this Saldanha restaurant are the fresh mussels prepared in a variety of tasty sauces and the oysters. Relax and enjoy the atmosphere while ...

St Helena Bay Tourism - St Helena Bay, Tourism Information

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Discovered by Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama in 1497, St Helena Bay, known locally as 'Die Agterbaai', is one of the world's prime fishing centres. Fed by the nutrient-rich Benguela current, the waters teem with marine life, which provides the livelihood for its coastal inhabitants. The main harbour at Sandy Point bustles with activity and shipbuilders and fishermen rub shoulders as they go about ...

Vanrhynsdorp Tourism - Vanrhynsdorp, Tourism Information

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Vanrhynsdorp founded as Trutro (Troe-Troe) is the oldest and southern most town in Namaquland. The name was changed to Vanrhynsdorp in 1881 to honour the nearly legendary Van Rhijns for the invaluable contribution made as community and church leaders. If you wish to explore the Olifants River Valley, Vanrhynsdorp is the ideal village to use as a base. It is within an hours drive from the ten surrounding ...

Muis Huis - Vanrhynsdorp, Where to eat

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If you are looking for the perfect place to fill your belly on a journey through Namaqualand, Muis Huis Restaurant in Vanrhynsdorp is the place to go. Muis Huis is a restaurant, farm stall and gift shop in Vanrhynsdorp that offers a dollop of old world charm, warm hospitality, delicious country cuisine and yummy home made food-preserves. Muis Huis farmstall trades from an old historic house ...

Namaqua Tours - Vanrhynsdorp, Tours and Safaris

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Experience the art of slow living, perfected at the awakening of wild flower splendour, as it breaks the silence of the crisp Namaqualand sunrise. Guided tours in Namakwa land by Namaqua Tours gives you the best opportunity to become one with this magnificent natural phenomena. Nature meets nature on this wild Flower Tour - Flowing from the ongoing flower beauty, the eye grasps the Majestic ...

Velddrif Tourism - Velddrif, Tourism Information

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The Atlantic Ocean to the west provides a rich choice of seafoods, while the Mediteranean climate ensures plenty of sunshine. The milky way in clear night skies seems so close you could almost touch it. Birds, especially aquatic species, abound and migrating whales visit the coastal waters from July. The mountain ranges display fascinating ancient rock formations and paintings. Hang-gliding, 4x4 driving, ...

Vredenburg Tourism - Vredenburg, Tourism Information

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As the business and administrative centre of Saldanha Bay Municipality, Vredenburg offers shopping opportunities, 24 hour petrol and banking facilities, good schools and many other essential services to surrounding smaller towns. Its golf course, outside the town, has earned a reputation as one of the best in the area (on the West Coast) and is extremely popular. ...

Matzikama Tourism - Vredendal, Tourism Information

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Matzikama Tourism is the official Tourism Organisation for the whole of the Matzikama area which include the towns of Vanrhynsdorp and Klawer on the N7, Road Vredendal, Lutzville and Ebenhaezer inland, and the coastal towns of Papendorp, Strandfontein and Doringbaai on the West Coast. ...

Le Petit Paris - Vredendal, Where to eat

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Le Petit Paris is a cozy, arty coffee shop situated in the heart of Vredendal. We sell books and unique gifts and art. Here you can relax while enjoying our delicious coffee or a red cappuccino . We also have a variety of home made cakes and fresh food available from Mondays-Friday 08:30-17:00 and Saturdays from 08:30-14:00 ...

Meeurots Restaurant - Yzerfontein, Where to eat

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Situated in the peaceful, picturesque seaside village of Yzerfontein on the Western Cape's West Coast, we are centrally situated at the corner of the two main roads (Main Road & Buitekant Road.) We are currently open on Tuesday to Saturday evenings from 6pm onwards and on Sundays for lunch (12pm to 2pm) Named after the outcrop of rocks in the bay, the restaurant is situated on ...

Yzerfontein Tourism - Yzerfontein, Tourism Information

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Yzerfontein, a tranquil seaside village 85 km north of Cape Town off the R27, is a haven not only for birdlife, wildlife, sea life and indigenous flora, but also for artists, who are drawn by the town's peaceful beauty. Natural attractions here include the incomparably beautiful 16 Mile Beach, the Bokbaaivygie flower trail with its explosion of colour in springtime, and the Schaapeiland Trail ...

Swartland Tourism - Malmesbury, Tourism Information

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More sunshine, more space, more soul - all of this awaits the traveller in the Swartland and West Coast region, the gem in the jewelbox of the Western Cape. Here, the visitor can find an astounding range of leisure and adventure activities, accommodation that ranges from comfortable to luxurious, fabulous foods and wines, and a concentration of arts, history and culture that would be hard to ...

Just at the entrance of the Western Cape, it's not what to do in the Swartland that will puzzle you but where to start in the Santam Swartland Route? This famous route has a long standing history of hospitality that dates back to the early 1980's. An hour away from Cape Town and along the N7, the famous Santam Swartland route has become known for its lavish displays of olive groves and ...

Klawer Tourism - Klawer, Tourism Information

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Klawer lies on the banks of the Olifants River. It is almost 30 kilometres north of Clanwilliam on the road passing through Bulshoek and Trawal. It is also less than 10 kilometres south of Vredendal. Klawer was named after the wild clover which grows so prolifically in this area. The veld is one mass of colour produced by the wild-flowers blooming from late July to September. Outdoor activities ...

Porterville Tourism - Porterville, Tourism Information

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Porterville, a picturesque town on the slopes of the beautiful Olifants River Mountains. Famous as the home of the rare Disa Uniflora, Porterville is the only place in South Africa where these extraordinary flowers bloom, the rarest being the sulphur yellow Disa. Its main attraction, Waterval (Waterfall) Holiday Farm, is located at the foot of the Olifants River Mountains, 5km from Porterville. ...


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Bitterfontein Tourism

GPS Co-Ordinates: 18° 15' 57.8" E / 31° 2' 7.9" S

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Directions to Bitterfontein Tourism in Bitterfontein, West Coast

Departing: Cape Town International Airport
Address: 37 Aviation Crescent, Cape Town International Airport (CPT), Cape Town 7490, South Africa
Distance: 0.7 km / Duration: 4 hours 23 mins
1.Head south0.1 km
2.Slight left toward Airport Approach Rd0.9 km
3.Slight left toward Airport Approach Rd48 m
4.Turn left onto Airport Approach Rd1.4 km
5.Keep right to stay on Airport Approach Rd0.2 km
6.Merge onto Settlers Wy/N2 via the ramp to Cape Town2.9 km
7.Take exit 14 for M7/Vanguard Drive toward Bonteheuwel0.7 km
8.Turn right onto Vanguard Dr8.0 km
9.Continue onto N7
Go through 1 roundabout
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10.Turn left
Destination will be on the left
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This airport is the second busiest and second largest airport in South Africa and third busiest in Africa, by 2015 it is expected to have 14 million passengers pass through the airport. It is within easy driving distance (20 km) from the centre of Cape Town.

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Nearby Towns

Things to do near Bitterfontein, West Coast

Bitterfontein, West Coast » Current Current
Vanrhynsdorp, West Coast » 1 hour 8 mins 85.0 km
Vredendal, West Coast » 1 hour 31 mins 99.4 km
Klawer, West Coast » 1 hour 20 mins 104 km
Cederberg, West Coast » 1 hour 54 mins 159 km
Clanwilliam, West Coast » 2 hours 1 min 164 km
Citrusdal, West Coast » 2 hours 34 mins 215 km
Lamberts Bay, West Coast » 2 hours 45 mins 219 km
Piketberg, West Coast » 3 hours 1 min 257 km
Porterville, West Coast » 3 hours 14 mins 265 km
Moorreesburg, West Coast » 3 hours 20 mins 287 km
Aurora, West Coast » 3 hours 48 mins 301 km
Riebeek West, West Coast » 3 hours 42 mins 315 km
Riebeek Kasteel, West Coast » 3 hours 47 mins 320 km
Velddrif, West Coast » 3 hours 57 mins 320 km
Malmesbury, West Coast » 3 hours 39 mins 320 km
Hopefield, West Coast » 3 hours 47 mins 322 km
Darling, West Coast » 3 hours 58 mins 329 km
St Helena Bay, West Coast » 4 hours 16 mins 344 km
Yzerfontein, West Coast » 4 hours 18 mins 353 km
Langebaan, West Coast » 4 hours 16 mins 361 km
Vredenburg, West Coast » 4 hours 11 mins 361 km
Saldanha, West Coast » 4 hours 24 mins 374 km
Jacobsbaai, West Coast » 4 hours 23 mins 374 km
Paternoster, West Coast » 4 hours 22 mins 376 km
Grotto Bay, West Coast » 4 hours 26 mins 378 km



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