Exquisitely located, Hermanus is a scenic drive away from numerous world-renowned destinations offering never-ending possibilities for nature, food, wine and cultural exploration. This charming town offers all the amenities needed for family living, including a variety of convenient shopping, wonderful schools, medical services and transportation options. Sporting enthusiasts will revel in the broad spectrum of air, water and nature sports offerings while gourmands, and those with artistic flair, can immerse themselves in a delicious menu of options both pleasing to the eye and palate.

Known as the Whale Watching Capital of the world, Hermanus is home to the only Whale Crier internationally and its annual Whale and Kalfie Festivals offer tourists the best land-based vantage point from which to observe the Southern Right Whales, and their calves, as they frolic in the winding coastline surrounded by majestic mountains and indigenous fynbos.

Other calendar events include the annual FNB Wines2Whales MTB Race. South Africa’s favourite MTB race, Wines2Wales offers riders a single-track loaded adventure from the wines of Lourensford to the whales of the Onrus Beach. The Hermanus FynArts Festival, a unique celebration of South African art, wine, food, music and films, offers tourists ten days packed with art exhibitions, music, literature, photography, illustrated talks and discussions. Hermanus truly is exceptional in its unique ability to cater to a broad audience of varied interests, making it one of the best real estate investment opportunities in the world.


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Situated between the Hottentots-Holland mountains in the West, the Riviersonderend Mountains in the North, the Atlantic and Indian Oceans in the South and the Breede River in the East, the Overberg Region is considered the breadbasket of the Cape. Wheat and Canola fields are a major breeding ground for South Africa’s national bird, the Blue Crane. Nestled in the Overberg, one can find the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve [recognised and registered with UNESCO] populated with a large diversity of flowering plants not found anywhere else in the fynbos biome.


Franschhoek boasts centuries-old vineyards and Cape Dutch architecture. Trails wind through flowers and wildlife at Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve to views over Franschhoek Valley. The Huguenot Memorial Museum and neighbouring monument honour the area’s French settlers, who arrived in the 17th and 18th centuries. Franschhoek Motor Museum displays vintage cars amid mountain farmland. Known as the Methode Cap Classique Capital of South Africa, Franschhoek offers a foodscape featuring some of the top restaurants in the land.

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Stellenbosch is a university town surrounded by world-renowned vineyards and the mountainous nature reserves of Jonkershoek and Simonsberg. The town’s oak-shaded streets are lined with cafes, boutiques and art galleries. Cape Dutch architecture gives a sense of South Africa’s Dutch colonial history, as do the Village Museum’s period houses and gardens.


Gansbaai is a fishing town and popular tourist destination known for its dense population of Great White Sharks, Crayfishing and as a Whale-watching location.


L’Agulhas is the most southern coastal village and holiday resort in South Africa, located at the southernmost tip of the African mainland. This goose bump moment, turning your back on the land and looking out over the ocean, knowing that the entire African continent is lying behind you, is a once-in-a-lifetime must-do.

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The Capital of South Africa, and one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Cape Town is situated on a peninsula beneath the imposing Table Mountain. Slowly rotating cable cars climb to the mountain’s flat top, from which there are sweeping views of the city, Castle of Good Hope, Tamboerskloof, V & A Waterfront and a busy harbour of boats heading for Robben Island, the notorious prison that once held Nelson Mandela, which is now a living museum.