Kleinmond is situated on the Whale Coast Route, Kleinmond is just about ninety minutes from Cape Town.
This growing coastal village is a gem to nature lovers and offer a great base to explore the amazing UNESCO registered Kogelberg biosphere reserve. Apart from hiking into the mountains a boatload of other activities are available.
Take a slow stroll through Harbour Road for gift shopping and a variety of restaurants and cafes. Unwind on two stunning beaches or go swimming or canoeing in the lagoon or the beautiful Palmiet river. Go fishing, go bird- or whale watching. Go find the legendary wild, feral horses in the Rooisand Reserve. Or how about a round of golf? The course at Kleinmond offers breathtaking mountain and sea views and the luxury Arabella Country Estate is just a short drive away.
Three routes are available to drive to Kleinmond from Cape Town. Get on the R44 and take the spectacular Clarence Drive entering from Gordon’s Bay. Or head for Hermanus and use the N2 to zip over Sir Lowry’s pass. For the slightly more adventuresome, ready yourself for a bit of gravel and take the Highland route for some of the best views of the magical Elgin valley.