Each town has its own charm and it’s difficult to figure out what keeps their economies buoyant. For the most part, there are coffee shops and antique stores in each town that gives tourists a reason to stop and visit.
As the big black entrance gates open and we drive through the lush, tree-lined avenue, we are transported to a different world. This is the heritage of Henry Fancourt White which dates back to the mid-1800s.
Covering roughly 225km from Gordon’s Bay to Barrydale, the first three days were characterised by some intense heat, a dash of wind here and there, wide road shoulders, expansive farmlands and the soothing waters of the Breede River