This fascinating little settlement is characterized by historic whitewashed thatched homes with brightly painted windows and doors. The old water mill – now the Mill Museum, the parsonage as well as the church are all National Monuments and are well worth a visit. The beautiful and imposing Moravian Church, built in 1846 out of clay and stone, is truly a spectacular site to behold. Visitors can stock up on fresh locally grown produce at the Mission Store, enjoy a picnic in the picturesque surrounds, and, from mid-August to late September, enjoy the abundant wildflowers and fynbos in full bloom. The increasingly popular annual Goedverwacht Snoek & Patat fees is also a highlight on the town’s calendar.
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