Worcester is the most central point of the Cape Winelands District, the focal and economic hub of the Breede Valley. Tucked away at the foot of the magnificent Brandwacht and Langeberge mountains, the town’s beauty is complimented by vineyards and luscious green valleys.
Worcester forms part of the Cape Route 62, the longest wine route in the world, which offers not only award winning wines, but also jaw-dropping scenery. Worcester’s wine making tradition dates back more than 250 years and therefore serves as a well-deserved stopover to experience fantastic wines, excellent cuisine and the world famous Boland hospitality.
Worcester, with the Breede- and Hex Rivers flowing on either side of the town, falls within the transition habitat of Fynbos & Succulent Karoo – therefore having the best of both! Worcester is home to the Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden situated against a spectacular backdrop of mountain peaks.
Worcester is famous for training and teaching centre for both deaf and blind communities, and hosts many other educational facilities. Worcester is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise: its home to the Yacht- and Gliding Club that is world renowned, canoeing, biking, hiking and mountaineering trails, water sporting at the Brandvlei and Quaggaskloof Dams, 4x4 routes, trout fishing, horse riding and Golf courses.
Brandy Tasting at the KWV Brandy House is an experience not to be missed, or sip your favourite drink while on a river cruise, indulge in traditional cuisine and local wines, appreciate local arts and crafts, visit the Museum or stroll down the many tree-lined streets and admire yesteryear’s architectural masterpieces… or just relax and unwind in the best kept secret of the Boland.
Worcester has so much to offer! Enjoy life as it should be lived and this gem of the Breede Valley.
Tel: 023 – 348 2795 / 083 – 638 2221
Fax: 023 – 347 4678
Worcester activities :
Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden
Eating out in Worcester:
Tea Garden and Nursery for the Deaf