Winter is here!
This is one of the best times to explore the Overberg and visit Greyton.
It’s been a few weeks of preparation for the colder months in our little village; we’ve stocked up on firewood, we have plenty of beer and our pizza oven is fired up and ready to go.
Anyone who gets the opportunity to visit Greyton is greeted by a tapestry of colours, textures and patterns along the R406, as the farmers have now sown their crops for the season. Needless to say, we eagerly await the bright yellow canola flowers (if you haven’t yet taken advantage of these for a photo opportunity, you’re missing out).
When approaching Genadendal and Greyton, you’ll be greeted by majestic mountain peaks and we sincerely hope to see snow on these sometime soon.
The rugged landscapes and breath-taking views create a sense of awe and provide a serene backdrop for relaxation and adventure.
Apart from outdoor activities, you also get the chance to immerse yourself in the local culture. The village exudes a charming ambiance with quaint shops, a Saturday market and excellent restaurants.
Get away from the hustle and bustle of your daily routine, come breathe in the fresh air, marvel at the beautiful landscapes and find rejuvenation amidst the serenity of nature.