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Seasonal bests

Every season brings something to do. We’ve dotted out all the seasonal bests to do and explore in every season in Swellendam.


Agricultural show

Date: 2-4 March 2023

An eventful weekend in Swellendam and very unique to a farming community. The annual agricultural show has lots to offer from show horses to show cats, food stalls, fun rides for kids, live entertainment and many more.


Berry picking

Berry Picking

Season: November

Fun for young and old. Come and pick your own berries at Wildebraam Berry Estate, situated 2km from Swellendam in the beautiful Hermitage valley.


Whale Watching

Season: June to October

During the winter months, Southern Right whales can be spotted along the south coast from Cape Town to Mosselbay. De Hoop Nature Reserve, only 50km from Swellendam, is one of the world’s best land based whale watching areas.


Canola Field 

Canola Season – Fields of Gold

Season: July – August

Is it even canola season if you did not post a picture of yourself in a canola field? Swellendam has a big farming community, producing huge amounts of grain, Canola oil, meat & dairy as well as exporting Citrus, berries, Persimmons, wool and wine all over the world.


Double Century Cyclists

Around the Pot

Date: 19 July 2023

South Africa’s greatest gravel race. Various distances ranging to choose from 20, 50, 60, 100 and 200 miles. If you are an enthusiastic biker, this race is not to be missed.


Seasonal bests is sure not be missed all year around. Book your stay with us and explore all Swellendam has to offer.

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Aan de Oever

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

Aan de Eike

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

Aan de Heuvel

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