Ceres Tourism

  • 1 Voortrekker ROAD
  • Ceres, Western Cape
  • 6835
  • +27233161287

Who are we?

The Ceres district consists of three diverse areas and each has its own unique charm and landscapes: The Ceres valley produces the finest deciduous fruit in South Africa. Also well-known for its fresh and dried fruit, fruit juices and natural spring water. The valley of Ceres, the Koue Bokkeveld and the open plains of the Tanqua Karoo were first inhabited by the San and Khoi, thousands of years ago.

Recent Activity

September 17

Ayanda Khuzwayo @Ceres Tourism published Ceres - Behind the name

5 days ago

August 31

Ayanda Khuzwayo @Ceres Tourism contributed to the wiki Ceres Back Up

3 weeks ago

June 05

Imilda Ontong @Ceres Tourism Bureau published Lunch Special

4 months ago

June 22

Mbali Buthelezi @Ceres Tourism Bureau contributed to the wiki Profile Spotlight

1 year ago

January 13

Mbali Buthelezi @Ceres contributed to the wiki Accommodation Wineries and Facilities

2 years ago

July 12

Mbali Buthelezi @Ceres scheduled Test Event

2 years ago

Sandile Mazibuko @Ceres posted the photos: Large App Icon, Screenshot 1 320px by 480px, Feature graphic (Things)

2 years ago

Sandile Mazibuko @Ceres contributed to the wiki Wineries and Facilities

2 years ago

Sandile Mazibuko @Ceres contributed to the wiki Guide

2 years ago

Sandile Mazibuko @Ceres: Ceres Tourisim

2 years ago

March 22

Simon Ndala @Ceres scheduled Test1

3 years ago

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Ceres - Behind the name
Tucked away between sheltered mountains lies the magical Ceres Valley, and it comes as no surprise...
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Lunch Special
WEEK-DAY SPECIAL: R50 for a bowl of home-made tagliatelle with alfredo sauce or a bowl of spaghetti...
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1 Voortrekker ROAD
Ceres Western Cape 6835