Rosetta situated in the Natal Midlands - South Africa originated as a small farming town. Rosetta became an integral part of the colonial farm-pioneering boom of the mid-to- late 1800s, Rosetta 's future looked more secure in 1895 when Natal authorities built the Meshlyn Bridge and finally secured a place on the map a year later with construction of its still-standing hotel.
Rosetta is surrounded by modern smallholdings, the village centre today features Crispin's Corner, a small shopping centre where - in addition to locally produced handicrafts history buffs may find that significant piece in its antique shop. Rosetta is part of the Midlands Meander a major tourist attraction in the area.
What I like most in Rosetta is the Israeli goats cheese farm Marakesch where you can sample a wide range of wonderfull cheeses
Accommodation in Rosetta