Napier is situated between in the Cape Agulhas region, at the foot of the Soetmuisberg. The village is well known for its old world charm.
Century old cottages blend with modern houses resulting in a delightful rural atmosphere. Napier was established in 1838, when Michiel van Breda and his neighbour, Pieter Voltelyn van der Byl could not agree where the church of the community should be. Resulting in two separate churches, and two separate towns, Bredasdorp and Napier were established.
Napier's Dutch Reformed Church has rather unusual architecture and a teak interior. One of the first buildings in Napier, the Feeshuis, was restored in 1988 to celebrate the town's 150th anniversary. The Feeshuis was first used as slave quarters and then as a wine cellar.
Accommodation in Napier is limited but a few good rest spots can be found. Start planning now for your next getaway and book the best Napier accommodation with Venues4Africa.