From one of South Africa’s oldest Churches to the delight of wine tasting and delightful Cape cuisine, sample the best of everything on this Heritage drive.
Located on the West Coast Way Culture Route & Cape Way Route, between Darling and Atlantis on the R 307, within an hour's drive of Cape Town.
It was first settled in 1701 when the Governor of the Cape, Willem Adriaan van der Stel decided to establish a Military and Cattle Post in this Area to protect the European settler's cattle from theft by the indigenous KhoiKhoi people. In 1808, when the Cape Colony was again under British control, the region was transferred to the Moravian Missionaries, Kohrhammer and Schmidt from Germany. In time a thriving Mission Station became established and all of the buildings dating from this period have been restored and were declared National Monuments in 1967. Off the R 307, between Atlantis and Darling.

18° 27' 14.4", -33° 30' 50.4"