Sites of interest:


Montagu's cultural background and love to maintain it's heritage values, offers you a chance to travel back in time. The relaxed atmosphere, clean air and friendly town folk, is exactly why you are here. Take a deep breath and take it all in.

Arts and Crafts:

  • François Krige Gallery
  • Gareth Evans
  • Ken Kelly Classic Art
  • Yvonne Baay - Montagu Teddy Bears
  • Europa Pottery
  • Mountain Tractor Rides

Outdoor Activities:

  • Mountain biking
  • Climbing, kloofing, abseiling
  • Paragliding
  • 4x4 adventure
  • Golf, Squash, Bowls, Shooting Range
  • Mountain Tractor Rides
  • Hot Spring Pools
  • Cold pools
  • Fishing
  • River Boat trips on the Breede River.


Montagu Village Market
Euvrard Park in Bath Street (directly across from the Tourism Bureau) is a sleepy little hollow during the week with very little activity apart from the occasional visitor and flocks of birds. Come Saturday, it is transformed in a bustling hive of activity!
Once an event it is now fast becoming an institution, with visitors coming from far and wide, to sample and buy the vast variety of goods on sale. Local cheeses not only compare with their more expensive foreign counterparts, but those in the know swear that they are far superior. Organic goods like eggs, butter, olive oil and vegetables (to name but a few) are a welcome change to the commercial fare normally available at the supermarkets.

Date: Every Saturday in Summer 08h00 - 12h30 and 08h30 - 12h30 in Winter
Venue: Euvrard Park, Bath Street - opposite Montagu Tourism Bureau

The Drotdy Museum
The Drostdy was built by the Dutch East India Company in 1747 to serve as residence and official headquarters for the Landdrost. Soon after a gaol, a house for the secretary, a mill and various outbuildings were erected.
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Montagu Tourism Bureau
Tel: (+27) 614 2471 | |
24 Bath Street, Montagum 6720