Only 2 hours drive away from City bustle, the Overberg has grown into an economic hub and soulful region dominated by hills, valleys and ocean. It's main income derives from farming and eco tourism. Every year thousands of visitors come for various top class festivals and whale watching. The art and culture scene is abundant here, and restaurants compete globally. You won't be looking for things to do, one will find opportunities everywhere.
Romansbaai neighbors Gansbaai, Kleinbaai and Danger Point in the Overberg. We are snuggly nestled between with busy town life, holiday travellers and one of the Overberg’s most enigmatic tourist attractions - the Danger Point Lighthouse on our doorstep. We are just 30 minutes drive from the whale watching capital Hermanus and two hours from Cape Town along picturesque roads. Small town does not mean small minded.
How to get to Gansbaai from Cape Town: Click here
From Gansbaai: Drive through Gansbaai from Stanford and at the four-way stop after the Municipality offices and Library on the right, turn right to Kleinbaai and Danger Point. Travel along the tar road for 1,6km & turn right to Danger Point. After 900 meters, turn right into the entrance of Romansbaai.
GPS Co-Ordinates: 34.612604 S, 19.342092 E
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Calling all adrenaline junkies and closet nature fanatics... Time to live it, not just dream it. No more slogging of outdoor gear to your destination, simply live here. Romansbaai Beach estate is any active persons dream.Walk, hike, run, ride, climb or simply just stop and look around you in awe. There is so much to do and the community is warm and welcoming. Stretch your limits with local marathons, mountain biking races and ocean outings. Romansbaai will be home before you know it.