Robertson still retains its olde world charm. Situated on the Breede River, Robertson lies in the shadow of the majestic Langeberg Mountains and is the Heart of the Cape Route 62 wine route (the longest wine route in the world).
The Robertson Wine Valley is renowned for its award-winning wines, its roses and thoroughbred horses.
The Robertson Wine Valley association was formed in 1983 to improve the local wine industry, promote the valley as a tourism destination and uplift the community. Today it represents over 50 wineries and tourism establishments.
Tourism has grown in recent years and the town has several Western Cape provincial heritage sites.
The Arangieskop trail is a circular route that starts and ends at Dassieshoek nature reserve. The first day of 11 km climbs to the top of Arangieskop (1620 m) where there is an overnight hut. The second day of 9.5 km returns via a different route.
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