Special events in Bredasdorp
If you’re lucky enough to make it to special events in Bredasdorp, you’re in for a treat. Aside from the hub of activity, the panoramic mountain views, expanse of the agricultural landscape and the abundance of fresh air, simply adds to the pleasure of being here. So, whether you’re travelling with the kids, with friends or on your own, you can always find exceptional and unique things to do in Bredasdorp.
Bredasdorp forms part of the Cape Agulhas region in the Overberg. This area of the Western Cape is home to a collection of seaside and agricultural towns such as; Napier, Agulhas, Elim, Struisbaai and Arniston. Each of these destinations host their own special events and are home to several natural endowments and historical attractions too, making it even easier to have a jam-packed itinerary. Events in Bredasdorp are also an exciting opportunity to gain insight into the culture here. Conferences, occasions and celebrations on a wide variety of industries and interests are hosted all year round, which attracts visitors from across the country.
Special events in Bredasdorp can range from natural phenomena celebrations and networking opportunities, to more casual gatherings filled with music and wine. With a rich farming heritage, Bredasdorp is home to one of the most prolific showcases of the agricultural industry in South Africa. Suppliers, owners, livestock breeders, employees and other industry related technology, join forces right here in Bredasdorp. Those who enjoy road trips will be thrilled at the exceptional sights on the way to Bredasdorp. Mountain passes, wheat fields and an array of small towns and farm stalls, simply getting here is an experience on its own. Situated on the R317 via the N2, Bredasdorp is only 187kms from Cape Town CBD, which is approximately 1hr30mins in your car.
If you prefer to sit back and take it all in, there are several independent tour operators and major bus and sleep liners that include Bredasdorp on their lists of Cape Agulhas stops. Those coming from outside the Western Cape can either drive down the N2 or fly into Cape Town International Airport and hire a car or catch a lift with a friend.
Whether you’re a motorbike enthusiast, a farmer, a nature conservationist or simply just looking for a new and exciting experience, keep your eyes on the Bredasdorp and Cape Agulhas region activity calendar. Best of all, you can turn your trip into a mini-holiday by staying in exquisite accommodation, that’s centrally located to where the action is, like restaurants, activities and the events themselves.