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The quaint Ceres is named after the mythical goddess of fruitfulness and is the mainstay of the central South African deciduous fruit producing areas in the Western Cape Province. This quaint unique town is surrounded by vast mountains, with breathtaking passes providing the only way to reach Ceres and its budget Accommodation.
Ceres’s easy lifestyle makes it the ideal place to find cheap accommodation, during warm summer days filled with blue skies and windless days are experienced whilst in winter Ceres experiences more moderate days than rainy ones, making it a favourite all year round holiday destination with Ceres Self Catering Units.
The towns valley produces some of the best fruit in the West Cape and in South Africa. The internationally recognized Ceres Fruit Juices one such product and as the name suggests, proudly produced in the town of Ceres. From November to December the well known cherry farm, Klondyke, with its budget accommodation, fills people to picking their own cherries. Deciduous farm tours and tours can be arranged to the Ceres Fruit Growers Pack shed can also be arranged on request whilst staying in our luxury Guest House.
Private Game reserves will remind you of Africa´s wild undeveloped days whilst the wildlife reserves accommodation will leave you with memories of rolling african vegetation. The arid plains of the Karoo will have you believing you are somewhere in the Karoo on holiday. Winter often provides snow and has the title “Africa little Switzerland” . The town of Ceres offers a wide variety of local arts and crafts markets, coffee shops and restaurants. Art lovers on holiday can indulge themselves in the arts shops , buy wine & dine at an a la carte restaurant whilst being able to find cheap self catering accommodation
The fertile valley of Ceres, in the Koue Bokkeveld and the open savannah of the Tanqua Karoo were originally inhabited by the Khoi and San, over nine thousand years ago. The San rock paintings caves are also some of the best-kept sites in the Karoo. Wethu, a local based information center in the nearby Koue Bokkeveld, fifty kilometers from the town of Ceres, will take holiday makers and overseas tourists on scenic hiking trails to see some of these cave paintings. Ceres visitors can also stop at the old preserved Transport Museum to photograph exhibitions on the history of the town Ceres whilst staying overnight in one of the budget child friendly accommodation establishments.