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The mountains, the views...the peacefulness in Citrusdal.
Unfortunately, we were there on a Sunday, which means almost everything is closed. We did luckily find a wonderful restaurant called Smul and had the most amazing burgers and service there. I would definitely recommend it to anyone visiting Citrusdal.
We did the Tip Trans Mountain Bike race and it was awesome. Very scenic with lots of flowers along the route.
The warm baths.
Citrusdal is reached from Cape Town via the ultra-scenic Piekenierskloof Pass. On the approach to Citrusdal heading down the pass, the magnificent Cederberg Mountains is seen in the background, the 2km high snow-capped Sneeuberg Peak the standout feature, with the town in a sunken valley below.
The town was first established in 1916 as a parish to farmers in the area. Prior to this, farmers would have to travel many miles by ox wagon to attend formal church gatherings.
Citrusdal is a major citrus producing area, the climate and location ideal for this fruit genus. However, the town is probably better known for its hot springs and is included in both the rooibos and wildflower routes. The town is also a final destination for visitors wanting to experience the Cederberg Mountains.
While the entrance to the town is unremarkable, dig a little deeper exploring the town and surrounding area and you will find it’s a... Show more
One of the most intimate ways of staying a night or more in the open, Caravan Parks are for guests willing to get closer to nature. There are also often a host of activities from canoes, fishing and hiking trails depending on the destination.If you have your very own caravan, this makes it the perfect choice for your trip as you will be able to make the most out of your budget. This form of accommodation is ideal for those on a budget, couples, small groups of friends and families.