Welcome to the Free State’s best kept secret
The gorgeous village of Rosendal is set on the edge of the Witteberge, which forms part of the foothills of the magnificent Maluti mountains. It’s a photographer’s paradise, a hamlet where artists and writers find their inspiration. It’s also a place where friends and families gather to reconnect over great food, where children can safely ride their bikes on the dusty roads, and the more active can walk or ride on the surrounding farms.
The pace of life is slow here, it’s the perfect antidote to those needing a break from the big lights of the bright city.
Rosendal is just over three hours from Johannesburg, and two hours from Bloemfontein. It’s situated between Senekal and Ficksburg, and not far from Fouriesburg and Paul Roux. One adventurous way to travel from Gauteng, is via the Riemlandroete from Sasolburg – www.riemlandroute.co.za.
Rosendal looks forward to welcoming you – this gem of a village is one of South Africa’s most beautiful, unique villages – without a doubt, the Free State’s best kept secret.
The photographs in this gallery are courtesy of Michele Nigrini and Willem Pretorius. For more images of Rosendal, click here.
Quick Info & Map
Everything you want to know about Rosendal: history geology, climate, nature as well as a google map.