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Klawer, less than three hours' drive north of Cape Town on the N7, is situated on the banks of the Olifants River.
The name Klawer (Afrikaans for clover) was derived as a result of the abundant growth of wild clover in the area.
During spring, Klawer and surrounds are covered by a carpet of wild flowers for which the area is so well known.
Klawer is a central point on your northbound route to access the towns of Vredendal, Strandfontein, Lambert's Bay, Clanwilliam and Vanrhynsdorp.