About Leipoldtville

About Leipoldtville

Leipoldtville, a very small historical town, ideally situated to use as a base or stay over from where to explore the surrounding West Coast towns.

Northeast of Elands Bay en route to Graafwater, lies the quaint village of Leipoldtville next to the Langvleirivier. The town was established in 1905 when a new Dutch Reformed congregation came into being. Leipoldtville was named after Reverend Friederich Leipoldt, the then minister at Clanwilliam and father of physician, poet and author, C Louis Leipoldt.

Leipoldtville is in the heart of the 'Sandveld', one of the main potato producing areas in South Africa and the region is popular for its challenging 4x4 trails.

Lamberts Bay Tourism Bureau, 5 Medical Centre, Main Street, LAMBERTS BAY, 8130
Tel: 027 432 1000
Email: lambertsinfo@mweb.co.za | Web: www.lambertsbay.co.za | www.lambertsbaytourism.info
Open: Mon-Fri: 09:00-13:00, 14:00-17:00; Sat: 09:00-12:00

• Agri-tours • Potato farm tours • 4x4 routes • Leipoldtville Museum • Sandberg Game Camp • Rock art • Hiking trails - Tel 027 432 1000

Sandberg Game Camp - Cell 072 220 0358

Sandberg Private Nature Reserve & Donkieskraal Lodge - www.donkieskraal.co.za
Cell 072 220 0358

Potato Farms - Tel 027 412 2662 | Cell 083 414 6972