VILLIERSDORP TOURISM ASSOCIATION NEWSLETTER OCT 2020 To many of us this past period has been, to say the least, trying. The good news is that with the upswing in enquiries in the last weeks, at least it looks as though the tourism market is slowly gaining strength. We may just
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An overview of the latest tourism related news in the Villiersdorp Valley
Continuing our day tripper series using Villiersdorp as a base to explore the Overberg. FROM BOSSIEVELD TO BRANDVLEI If you drive the R43 to Worcester and turn right to Koppies about ten kilometres from Villiersdorp you are in for a visual delight as the well maintained gravel road wends its
CALEDON BOTANICAL GARDENS. Nestled in its mountain fastness the village of VILLIERSDORP is centrally situated and the ideal place to base yourself if you’re planning an OVERBERG holiday. In Villiersdorp you’re never more than an hour’s pleasant drive from the beauty of the mountains or the splendor of the Walker
Meet Gustav Bester, painter, sculptor, ceramicist, printmaker, beekeeper and olive grower. Gustav and his wife Linda live on a little slice of paradise in the Bossieveld just north of Villiersdorp in what was once a dilapidated schoolhouse standing in a weed patch. Today it is a beautiful house in a
Built around 1845 – that’s a hundred and seventy ago – Dagbreek sits in her well-maintained garden in Graaf Street like a favorite great-aunt at a tea party, slightly worn but still beautiful.After a chequered history since the magnificent old house was rescued from developers by the Villiersdorp Trust back