By far the quirkiest place I have visited in 2016 is Die Sandveldhuisie in Citrusdal. Find the beautiful town of Citrusdal at the foot of the Piekenierskloof and the majestic Cederberg peaks. Citrusdal is one of the largest citrus growing areas in South Africa.
The historical Sandveldhuisie is now a local coffee shop and houses the local community art and craft initiative. Browse the quirky products, which make for perfect gifts for those back home. It was also such a delight photographing this quirky shop, every available surface, wall, table and pot plant was decorated with trinkets and art.
Visit the Citrusdal museum, which mainly focuses on the history of the town, the first pioneers and the local Khoisan, and is housed in a charming stone building that was once this tiny hamlet’s original church. The little museum displays the way of life of a bygone era.
Mon-Fri: 8:00-13:00 & 14:00-16:30
Sat: 09:00-12:00 (16:30 in season)
Citrusdal Museum & Sandveldhuisie
Church Street (Corner Kerk and Muller Streets),
Citrusdal, Western Cape
Enquire at Info Office 022 – 9213210
More Details Contact citrusdal tourism information bureau: http://www.citrusdal.info/
Visit the Sandveldhuisie’s Facebook page for more information
Find Citrusdal on the West Coast Way Wild Route
If you are planning a visit to Citrusdal then you should definitely stay at Piekenierskloof Mountain Resort, pop in at Kardoesie Farm Stall and do a farm tour at Carmién Tea.
Piekenierskloof Mountain Resort
Contact: Reservations +27 (0)22 921 3574 | email@example.com
Kardoesie Farm Stall
Contact: +27 (0)82 525 2247 | www.kardoesie-n7.co.za
Contact:+27 (0)22 921 8900 | firstname.lastname@example.org