Klawer Things to Do & See

in the Namaqualand. Klawer lies 15 km north of Trawal and developed around the railway station servicing the Olifants River Valley. Most of the surrounding farms, vineyards, orchards and fields are irrigated with water supplied by the Olifants River Irrigation Scheme. The town has a population of about 6 000. The name “klawer” is Afrikaans for sorrel.

Trawal is the southern gateway into the Namaqua West Coast Tourism region, and lies on the Olifants River. The settlement’s economy is largely based on wine farming and is also home to the largest organic winery in South Africa.

Klawer Namaqualand

Klawer Wine Cellars
Klawer Wine Cellars (Free Wifi) Klawer Wine Cellars is the gateway to the Olifants River Valley and offers a warm and friendly welcome to visitors. Just outside the town and a stones throw from the N7 route, the impressive facade of the Klawer Cellar dominates. The cellars aim is to produce top quality wines through the limited production of cultivars such as Chenin Blanc, Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinotage. The Klawer wines include a comprehensive variety of dry whites and reds, as well Read more [...]