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Lovely town, the stores have everything one needs. The Spar is well stocked.
Lovely mountains and countryside.
The Keisie and Koo scenes.
Climbing, climbing, climbing.
Quaint, clean town.
The Dried Fruit Factory Shop is a must to visit. Its a pity the hot springs was closed to all day visitors due to Covid.
Quiet little town with all the charm of a bygone era. Loved that they kept so much of the old town and restored so many places.
Sonya’s beautiful cosy little cottage was an amazing weekend getaway. Sonya is a brilliant host and I will definitely be returning.
Montague is so picturesque. The mountains, the stunning views, the lushness. Always a good place to go for a peaceful weekend away.
Love the Saturday morning market and the general vibe of the town.
More info about Montagu
Another of the Western Cape’s appealing small towns, Montagu is a 2-hour drive from Cape Town and lies nestled on the eastern slopes of the Langeberg Mountains.
The road between Worcester and Montagu is fairly flat until you reach a chain of 450 million year old mountains that appear squeezed up against themselves and fittingly called the Cape Fold Belt. You enter Montagu town via a natural arch with an old fort atop and you come to the realisation that you are about to discover a rather unique and magical town. And you won’t be disappointed; Montagu is renowned for its hot springs but this historic town has a host of other attractions, from the interesting architecture to outdoor pursuits such as hiking and mountain climbing. Deciduous fruit is grown in the surrounding valley and sweet dessert wines, particularly Muscadel, are produced under the warm climate.
Montagu has 21 national monuments, 2 museums and a... Show more