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The Overberg more often known as the Cape Whale Coast offers a plethora of interesting coastal and inland towns to visit with several historical tourist attractions, activities and beautiful fynbos reserves to visit.  Take time out of your busy city lifestyle and invest in the champagne air of the Overberg.  Book now at Swallow's Loft and explore the many faces of this beautiful part of South Africa where whales rule the ocean, fynbos carpets the mountain slopes and the air is crisp and clean.

Napier

Napier, Cape Overberg: The town, named after the governor of the day, Sir George Napier, was founded 12 April 1838 when the first erven were sold. The town is central to a prosperous wheat and wool producing area in addition to producing large quantities of strawberries in summer.

Napier lies beneath the Soetmuisberg surrounded by bright yellow canola fields, barley and wheat. A typical country town steeped in history with its main road lined the prominent Dutch reformed church, houses and interesting

Onrus

Onrus is a typical laid-back holiday town and home to several famous artists and authors such as Jan Rabie, Elsa Joubert, Uys Krige, Gregoire Boonzaaier and Marjorie Wallace amongst others.

Typically known for lush growth of Milkwood trees, this tranquil seaside village offers ideal water sport opportunities. Swimming is safe and the lagoon is warmer than the sea where lifegaurds are generally on duty during season time.

Stanford

With the Klein River meandering through this picturesque village, Stanford offers one of the finest bird watching venues in the Overberg.

A popular weekend getaway for city slickers, this town is home to several permanent residents who prefer the fresh air and tranquility of this interesting little Overberg town.