Kleinmond boasts many outdoor treasures, but the wildest of them all is certainly the 20 or more horses that freely roam the wetlands of the Rooisand Nature Reserve.
Host to one of the Overberg’s most famous Saturday Morning Markets and the stunning Greyton Nature Reserve stretching up into the Riviersonderend Mountain Range, the village of Greyton has secured its place in the hearts of all who travels there.
The beautiful village with its wide oak-lined roads has gained popularity with its friendly pet-friendly accommodations and great eateries as well as its green initiatives such as the Greyton Transition Town. The deep involvement of the community members has ensured that the quaint village keeps its genuine country-style feel and wholesome ambience. The town and its surrounding landscapes also offer up some of the best hiking and mountain biking trails in the country which makes it a popular choice for a number of big outdoor events.
But don’t take our word for it, here is a look at Greyton through the eyes of our listers:
Sheep relaxing in the fields in Spring Time captured by Mike Kock
Prayer Garden made by the Voorstekraal Women's Network
The Post House Breakfast
Be sure to visit Fiore Coffee Shop and Tea Garden
Welcome to Poespasrivier Cottage
Garden Service at Greyton EcoLodge
Lounge around in the Synroom at Greyton EcoLodge
Pop by the Saturday Morning Market for sweet treats, arts and crafts, gifts and other hand-made goodies (Image by Mike Kock)
William's Wood Poetry workshop is housed in a hitorical barn at this village museum
Acrylics on canvas @ Vintage & Vogue by Alida Bothma Art
Greyton Synset captured by Route406