From Citrusdal, the well-known city of Cape Town is 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the south.
Of course, visiting just one place, regardless of its popularity, will only ever provide you with a narrow glimpse into the wider cultural and natural fabric of a region. So allow time to discover Western Cape 's other natural and man-made attractions. Clanwilliam, lays 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the south, and Elands Bay is situated 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the southeast.
Much of the appeal of traveling is learning new ways to enjoy food. Make sure you eat at the region's cafés and restaurants. Two of the region's typical ingredients are Karoo lamb and venison. Refresh yourself with a beer. Aardwolf is a popular option. Why not indulge in a local vino to accompany your food? Pinotage and Sauvignon Blanc are some safe bets.
If you are in Western Cape on the 30th of November, join the fun during the nation-wide St Andrews Day celebrations.
At the conclusion of your time in Western Cape, don't forget that you can always come back. As the locals like to say: A visitor once, forever a friend.