Cape Winelands Guide

© Louise Brodie
Highlights of the popular attractions, things to do and places to see when travelling in and around the Cape Winelands region.

Bastille Day in the Winelands

It is the oaks that one notices. They line the road and the river, cluster around farmhouses and dot the fields of farms called La Provence and Joie de Vivre; land tilled by generations of the same...more

Cederberg Serene, South Africa

Incredible rocky landscapes, fascinating Bushman paintings and a wealth of flora and fauna, the Cederberg has it all and more. The Cederberg is one of South Africa's magical destinations and is...more

Days of Wine and Roses

This is but one of a number of wine routes that extend from Cape Town itself through the many valleys of fruit and flowers that carpet the mountainous Western Cape...more

Guide to Dining in Franschhoek, Cape Winelands

Franschhoek is known as the gourmet capital of South Africa, and arguably the best restaurant in the country can be found there. This is a guide to dining in Franschhoek...more

Out and About Franschhoek

Franschhoek is less than an hours drive from Cape Town. Franschhoek, Valley of the Huguenots, one of the premier destinations in the World of Wine. All noble cultivars and classic styles are on...more

Out and About in Paarl

A bustling town that lies cradled in the picturesque Berg River valley, flanked by the second largest granite outcrop in the world and the towering scenic Du Toits Loot Mountains. Enjoy the magnifi...more

Out and About in Pniel

Situated at the foot of the Simonsberg and set within easy access of town such as Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl, the picturesque little village of Pniel was found in 1834...more

Out and About in Stellenbosch. Cape Winelands. South Africa

Surrounded by rolling vineyards and dramatic mountains, Stellenbosch is only 30 minutes from Cape Town and offers the best in Western Cape warmth and hospitality...more

Out and About in Wellington

Popularly known as the undiscovered jewel of the Boland. Wellington was established in 1840 and named after the renowned Duke of Wellington by the Governor of the time. The town is situated in...more

Paarl, Cape Winelands, South Africa

Paarl is recognised as the birthplace of the Afrikaans language. The soaring Afrikaans Language Monument perched on the mountain as well as the interesting museum document the pride...more

Stellenbosch, Cape Winelands, South Africa

Discover the charm, character and romance of this scenic and historic town and centre of academic excellence. It is the country's second oldest town...more

The Cape Wine Lands Experience. South Africa

The diversity of the Winelands will capture every heart. Just 45 minutes from Cape Town and its international airport, the Winelands is the ideal base from which to explore Cape Town and its sur...more

The Gentle Art of Food

Le Quartier Fran├žais in the Cape Winelands of Franschhoek, is a renowned restaurant and top class guest house. Carrie Hampton 'does lunch' and seeks out the chef who creates such deliciously gentle...more

The Western Cape's Brandy Route. Cape Winelands. South Africa

As you enter the foyer of Van Ryn Brandy Distillers, in the Stellenbosch winelands of South Africa, the air is redolent with the smell of wood...more

Tulbagh - Vintage Valleys of the Western Cape

We had left wheat country and Ouma's rusks behind with Malmesbury and shucked the city's mud from our boots and her chill from our bones. Cape Town in winter is not at her warmest. We sought more...more
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