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Robertson

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Robertson is filled with adventure and wine...

Situated in the Breede River Valley where wine, roses and racehorses flourish, the little town of Robertson lies on Route 62 and is becoming a favoured spot for budget travellers.

Outdoor enthusiasts will find mountains to bike, climb and hike, rivers to canoe and horses to ride - not to mention bird-filled nature reserves and 4x4 routes to explore.

Famed for its stately stud farms, this "valley of wine and roses" is responsible for 10% of South Africa’s vineyards, so hunt down some great wines at groovy prices. Not into wine? Check out Saggy Stone micro brewery and taste some unique brews.

Robertson is also known for it's olive growing, so backpackers can join in an celebrate all that is "Olive" at the Willow Creek Olive Farm, Olyfberg Olives or Owls Rest Olive and Lavender Farm.

After the day’s activities, grabba glass of wine and watch the sun sink behind the mountains before heading to bed at Robertson Backpackers. or Lancewood Teepee Lodge.