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I really enjoyed our weekend in McGregor. It is a quiet little town, with apricot, peach and tomato farms, a very clean main street and cute farm-style houses. We chose to braai, but there are a few restaurants to choose from. The Cape Nature hike from McGregor to Greyton (or some portion thereof) is definitely worth doing. Just remember to arrange your permit beforehand.
McGregor is possibly the most charming village I have ever visited and that comes from a person who has visited 43 counties at last count. It has lovely walks, restaurants, places to stay and is simply " away from it all". Yet this village is only 2 hours from Cape Town. It has a very different climate and is much drier than Cape Town. There are also 9 wineries in the village with the larger ones being McGregor Winery and Lords winery. All the McGregor wineries welcome tasting and visitors and some have very good wines at very good prices.
Don't miss The Donkey Sanctuary a few minutes out of town. There are very good restaurants to be found including Tebald's, Karoux, Green Gables, Fortyone and Melange. The Greyton McGregor walk starts about 14 km out of the village and there are rock pools in which you can swim on the cape nature hike. It is a great place to relax for a few days.
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