South Africa ‘s Western Cape
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What is the Breede River valley?
The Breede River Valley is an area of magnificent views, panoramic landscapes and towering cliffs. It is the largest of the Western Cape ‘s fruit and wine producing valleys and includes Montagu, Ceres, Bonnievale, Worcester and Tulbagh.
Why is the Breede River important to South Africa?
This is the longest navigable river in Western Cape, and it provides vital irrigation for the fruit and wine farms along the Breede River Valley, flowing past some important agricultural towns like Worcester and Swellendam. It’s also a recreational playground for residents and visitors alike.
Can you swim in the Breede River?
On its way to the sea, the Breede River flows past the Bontebok National Park, which has a delightful campsite and comfortable chalets. Here visitors can go swimming, paddling, angling (with a valid permit) or simply relax with a picnic basket on its banks.
Where are Breede Valley wines made?
These grapes are planted on the floor of the valley along the banks of the Breede River that runs through its centre. The more premium Breede River Valley wines are made from the vineyards planted in the foothills of the mountains surrounding the valley.