The Breede River Valley is a truly scenic region, steeped in history and home to more than twenty national monuments.
The largest fruit and wine producing valley of the Western Cape, the Breede River Valley is also the leading racehorse breeding area in the country.
Forming part of the Western Cape region called The Little Karoo, the Breede River Valley offers visitors a chance to explore African scenery in all its glory. From tranquil streams to rugged mountains, and an abundance of wildlife, the Breede River Valley is not to be missed by tourists and locals alike.
A true haven for the nature-lover and fisherman, the Breede River Valley is home to quaint and picturesque towns.
Worcester is a the business and shopping centre centre of the region, with 20 wine cellars located on it’s wine route. Perfect for golf lovers too, the Nineteenth Hole Golf Villa is a luxurious and conveniently located Bed and Breakfast establishment. Far enough away to soak up the tranquil scenery but, close enough to entertainment and amenities to ensure your stay is still exciting.
Robertson is a major wine growing area and home to a wide variety of Bed and Breakfast accommodation establishments. Book yourself into the Almondbury Guest Farm for a relaxing getaway. This old farm house, built in the 1800’s with its warm wooden floors and ceiling, welcomes you.
The little village of McGregor is renowned for its whitewashed cottages and splendid scenery. A popular spot for hikers and nature walkers, McGregor is also home to a selection of holiday homes and cottages. The Thatched Olive is a charming Victorian Guesthouse which offers elegance and comfort for visitors wanting to restore and rejuvenate mind, body and soul.
Whether you’re heading out to explore or unwind, the Breede River Valley is your perfect destination for relaxation.