Geography and History
Greyton lies at the foot of the majestic Sonderend mountain range with mighty oak trees, original thatched cottages, leafy lanes and breath-taking mountain views.
Greyton is best explored on foot or bicycle – preferably with a basket up front!
Many of town’s original buildings and features are retained, including the original leiwater system of street furrows. There are also two old churches and some of the earliest cottages built between 1854 and 1860.
Greyton has a variety of accommodation options available from Guest Houses, Bed and Breakfasts to Self-catering units.
A hiker and mountain-biker’s paradise, there are well-marked trails for every level of fitness and expertise.
Greyton is the starting point for the famous one- or two-day Boesmanskloof trail. Other activities include tennis and horse-riding.
There is a craft market every Sunday in the Greyton village square and the annual Rose festival, in October / November is not to be missed out on. But above all, Greyton is a nature lovers’ destination.
There are many restaurants on offer to suit every visitors budget. There is a great selection of restaurants, coffee shops and pubs to choose from!
Greyton has a thriving business community and provides a wide range of goods and services to its residents as well as surrounding communities.
For more information, please visit www.overberg-info.co.za.
Some text courtesy of Greyton tourism.
|Greyton Tourism Office Information|
|Telephone:||+27 (0) 28 254 9564 /9414|
|Fax:||+27 086 517 1630|
|Address:||29 Main Road