The famous Route 62, stretching from Cape Town via Oudtshoorn and the Garden Route to Port Elizabeth, is said to be the longest wine route in the World. It spans a distance of about 850km. The route, named after the R62 regional route, leads through the wine-growing areas of Wellington, Tulbagh, Worcester, Robertson and the Klein (Little) Karoo. The Route 62 is a mountainous, shorter and more scenic alternative to the N2 highway with easily accessible towns, nestled along the valleys.
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One of the most famous attractions along the Route 62, besides the wine, the landscape and picturesque towns, is "Ronnie's Sex Shop" in Barrydale. The "shop" is actually a pub that was painted with the name one night as a prank by Ronnie’s friends. Other attractions along the route are, of course, wine tours, but also safari drives, hiking tours, 4x4 routes, cultural excursions, horse & ostrich riding a number of adrenaline tours, such as skydiving, canoeing, caving and much more. For accommodation along the route, click here! Enjoy!