The Fragrance Route

 

Q: Where is the Fragrance Route?
A: Halfway between Mossel Bay and George, between Great Brak River and Friemersheim.

Q: How long is the Route?
A: It is circular and about 40 km measured from the N2.

Q: Tar or gravel?
A: A bit of both, see the map.

Q: Where can I get more information about the various stops on the Route?
A: See Fragrance Fest 2019 for information and contact details regarding the various venues.



Friemersheim / Shweshwe Stop Project

View the exciting range of shweshwe articles - PROEbags, aprons, doggy bandanas, oven gloves and more - made by The Friemersheim Sewing Group and Kraal Kreations. Launched in March 2018, this project aims to bring job opportunities close to home for a number of local women.


The Fragrance Route / By Appointment

During the year day visits are possible at some of the venues on the Route by appointment only - best to contact the individual venues a day or two in advance to avoid disappointment.


The Fragrance Route / Tours

“We have designed a number of intimate tours to highlight the hidden gems the charming Fragrance Route and historic Great Brak River have to offer. Join us on a fun and informative half day or full day excursion - we can also put together an exclusive experience for you!”


Verenigende Gereformeerde Kerk, Friemersheim

Originally a mission station, Friemersheim and its inhabitants are closely associated with the original NG Sendingkerk (today the Verenigende Gereformeerde Kerk). In 1854 Reverend Johann Kretzen of the Berliner Missionary Society arrived from Friemersheim in Germany to do mission work for the George NG parish. The church was built in 1884 and the road that runs past it was later named after the Reverend – Kretzen Street.


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