BreeRiver - Cape Wine Country
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Duly known as the ‘Cinderella of the Breede’, this luscious village is not as well known by travelers as other Breede Valley towns as it’s circumvented by route 62. The beauty of it’s downplayed presence is that this little town is not swamped by tourists, making it one of the valley’s best kept secrets. Set in the shadows of the Langeberg and Riviersonderend Mountains this magical part of the world is well known as the valley of cheese and wine. With four co-op wine cellars, four wine estates and at least two private wine producers. It’s ideal setting near the Breede River provides an endless number of activities including water sports, canoeing, fishing, golf, 4×4 and hiking trails.

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