Photos of South Africa / Western Cape

Photos of Greyton

Updated Friday, 30 December 2016

Go where the locals go … Well travelled Guest House owners, Pam and Steve Lord (Cape Rose Cottage in Camps Bay), are regular visitors to the charming village of Greyton.

Says Pam; “It is so beautiful out there – one of my favourite places in the world“.

Pam took a series of photographs on a recent weekend getaway to Greyton which she has kindly allowed us to share …

“Greyton is a picture-perfect rendition of an old town with its gravel roads, thatched roof cottages, pretty little gardens and beautifully restored buildings. The people of Greyton are friendly and the route into the village of Greyton along the R406 as it wends its way through the emerald hills and fields of wheat, barley oats and lucerne of the Cape Overberg, a most pleasurable drive.

The sun always seems to shine in this part of the world and the oak-lined streets of Greyton are as much a way of life as the many outdoor activities …” (more at Greyton attractions).

Greyton Photographs by and © Pam Lord (click on thumbnails to view the gallery).

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