West Coast Farms
The West Coast district of the the Western Cape is divided into the five local municipalities of Matzikame with Vredendal as the seat in the north going down to Cederberg with Clanwilliam as the seat, Bergrivier with Piketberg as the seat, Saldanha Bay with Vredenburg as the seat and bringing up the southern part of the West Coast is the Swartland municipality with Malmesbury as the seat.
Klawer lies about 280km north of Cape Town in the West Coast district and is a small farming community. Winemaking in the area with its rich soils and south-facing slopes that recieves a cool nightly breeze from the nearby Atlantic Ocean, is one of the main farming products.View Farms
Malmesbury is situated in the heart of the Swartland in the West Coast district of the Western Cape. The town is about 65km from Cape Town City centre. Malmesbury is the largest town in the Swartland and known for its grain and wine cultivation as well as livestock sheep, cattle and poultry farming.View Farms
Paternoster lies about 145km north of Cape Town in the West Coast district of the Western Cape and is one of the oldest fishing communities on the West Coast. Paternoster is conducive to wheat and sheep farming and at the ocean there is deep sea fishing, snoek catching, abalone farming, oyster farming and mussel farming.View Farms
Find farms for sale around Piketberg. The town lies about 132km north of Cape Town on the N7 highway on the foothills of the Piketberg Mountains. The town falls in the West Coast district of the Western Cape of South Africa. The area around the mountains is great for the farming of wheat, while the area on top of the mountain is suited to the farming of fruit and Rooibos Tea.View Farms