Geography and history
Villiers is a beautiful small town located in the Northern Free State region of the Free State Province in South Africa. It was established in 1882 on two farms named Pearson Valley and Grootdraai. These farms were owned by Louerns de Villiers and located on the banks of the Vaal River. Villiers is considered to be the prettiest town in the region because of its manicured gardens and canna blooms. The town is located 33 km from Frankfort.
There are many cosy accommodation facilities to choose from in Villiers. These options include self-catering units, bed and breakfasts, guest houses, guest lodges and camping sites. Visit our accommodation directory if you would like more information on places to stay in the area.
Apart from all the picturesque surroundings that tourists can experience whilst taking daily walks in Villiers, there are also many activities and attractions to enjoy.
Things to do in Villiers include the following:
- Hiking and Biking
- Niki’s Road Stall
- Sandstone Guest House
- Vaal Holiday Resort
- Water Sports
Thanks to this town’s charming appearance, the business community is reaping all the benefits. There are loads of products, souvenirs, shops, stalls and restaurants to choose from. Please see our business directory for a full list of businesses you will find in the region.
|Villiers Tourism Office Information|
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