Geography and History
Robertson is situated in the shadow of the majestic Langeberg Mountains in the Western Cape province of South Africa. With the Breede River as its lifeblood, Robertson is the Western gateway to The Heart of Route 62. Robertson has a 150 years of history, and has grown into one of the most attractive Cape Wine lands towns with its many Victorian Buildings, jacaranda-lined streets and beautiful gardens.
The Robertson region may be best known for its wine but the variety of attractions and activities combined with spectacular scenery and the relaxed hospitality of the people, ensure visitors an unforgettable stay.
Robertson Wine Valley forms part of the longest wine route in the world, Route 62.
Robertson offers visitors many diverse attractions: From a lazy cruise on the Breede River to a vigorous mountain hike, an olive route, playing the newly opened 18- hole golf course, elegant wining and dining to outdoor picnics and exploring our rich historical sites. The local farm stalls overflow with fresh produce, dried fruit and freshly made breads, homemade jams and preserves.
Robertson and its surrounds are a paradise for the nature lover and sport enthusiast.
Robertson offers a variety of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets, from backpackers to 4 star guest houses, bed and breakfast, farm accommodation and much more. In short, Robertson is ‘food for your soul’!
More information on Robertson can be found at www.cape-winelands-info.co.za and www.robertson-info.co.za
|Robertson Tourism Office Information|
|Telephone:||+27 (0)23 626 4437|
|Fax:||+27 (0)23 626 4290|
|Address:||2 Reitz Street