World-renowned winelands and tourism destinations.

The Cape Winelands route north east of Cape Town offers a number of world-renowned wine routes ranging through picturesque historic towns. Wine tasting, fine dining, cheese tasting, fine art, arts and crafts and historic architecture mark all the towns along these routes. Towns along these routes include: Franschhoek, Paarl, Stellenbosch, Durbanville, Wellington, Robertson, Worcester, Elgin, Hermanus.


Originally called Hermanuspietersfontein, but thankfully shortened to its current name, Hermanus is world renowned for its Southern Right Whale watching during the winter and spring...


Considered the capital of the Cape Winelands, Stellenbosch hosts roughly 60 wine estates that cultivate world-class wines. Some of the finest restaurants in...


Situated in the Cape Winelands, 75km from Cape Town, this quaint town is one of the oldest in South Africa.


Known as “the small town with a big heart”, Robertson is nestled at the base of the Langeberg mountains along the Breede River. Founded...


In a valley at the foot of the Groenberg Mountain on the banks of the River Kromme lies the Cape Winelands town, Wellington...


Worcester is a small but lively city in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It is located just over a 100 km north-east of...


Paarl is the third oldest town in South Africa and lies deep within the Cape Winelands, tucked away in a beautiful valley between...


Elgin is a lush city situated in the Overberg region of the Western Cape, South Africa, which also forms part of the popular READ MORE

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