Hiking

De Hoop Nature Reserve

De Hoop Nature Reserve

De Hoop Nature reserve is approximately 340 square kilometers in area, making it one of the largest natural areas managed by Cape Nature. You’ll be surrounded by the sea, sand dunes, fynbos and mountains. Besides enjoying the breathtaking views, the private beaches, game drive you can discover a wealth of marine, bird, animal and rare …

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Swellendam trails

Swellendam Trails

The Swellendam Trails are the property of the municipality and free to access. There are different routes that each offer a vast variety of difficulty, distances, elevation and a lot of fun. Ideal for mountain biking and trail running. Here are some of the popular routes: 33km – 870m climb; 21km – 475m climb; 10km …

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Marloth Nature Reserve

Marloth Nature Reserve

Marloth Nature Reserve is a hidden gem in the majestic Swellendam Mountains. Marloth offers various day trails, ranging from easy, short walks to more strenuous, longer hikes. These trails lead into the shady green indigenous forest, where cool pools and waterfalls wait to be discovered. Day walks are open from sunrise to sunset. Grab your …

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Parkrun

Parkrun

Join the locals for a free 5km timed parkrun every Saturday at 8:00 am for a fun 5km run/walk. The gravel route takes you on a downward spiral for 2,5km thereafter it starts to climb back up for the last 2,5km. The parkrun is dog friendly, keep them on a leash please. The weekly meeting …

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ADO sign

Aan de Oever

Located on the banks of the Koornlands river, at the foot of the Langeberg Mountains, Aan de Oever welcomes you.

Eike Leisure Home Kitchen Front View

Aan de Eike

Situated on the main tourist road, close to the Drostdy museum, historic sites, shops, hiking and cycling routes.

View from Aan de Heuvel

Aan de Heuvel

Aan de Heuvel has three exquisite double en-suite cottages boasting stunning views of the Langeberg Mountains.