immensely varied terrain supports a rich diversity of wildlife,
birdlife, (Bird & Wineroute in Robertson) and plant-life. It offers
an incomparable range of experiences and natural beauty for which
tourists flock to the country. Route 62 meanders between Cape Town, Oudtshoorn and Port
Elizabeth, offering the shorter scenic alternative to the Garden
Route and is called to be the longest wine route in the world.
What to do in Robertson, SMALL TOWN – BIG HEART!
Robertson in The Heart of Western Cape and Route 62, with 150
years of history has grown into one of the most attractive Cape
Wineland towns, with Victorian buildings, Jacaranda-lined streets
and beautiful gardens. With 355 days of sun shine, it offers a wide
range of activities.
Some of the best experiences in the Western Cape includes:
The Big 5 Villages of Robertson – McGregor – Ashton –
Bonnievale – Montagu.
The Robertson Wine Valley is proud of their festivals and was
Best Innovative Wine Tourism Experience by Global Wine Tourism
We gladly assist you to create an unforgettable stay in Robertson.
"In the heart of the valley lies the warmth of its people".
Wine & Dine
There are more than 50 awarded wineries in the Robertson Wine Valley.
Various restaurants and fastfood outlets.
Nature & Scenic
Scenic drive along the R 317, the wine & flower route.
Cruise on the river.
Nordic Walking with Balbina.
Guided Game Drives at Klaasvoogds Game Reserve.
Relaxing in the garden nearby the pool with a good book and listen
to the birds.
Bird & Wine route.
Culture & Heritage
Meet the people – arts & crafts tour.
Join a landscape painting course.
Historical walkabouts, various museums, shops and antiques.
Visit the locals or a church service on Sunday’s.
Don’t miss out the Robertson Festivals.
Rugby games on Saturdays.
Skin care, massages and hair salons are within walking distance.
Adventure & Sport
Robertson 18-hole Silwerstrand golf course, 3 km.
Hiking, biking, horse-riding.
Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve.
Fishing, river rafting, canoeing.