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South Africa's Wine Country & Culinary Capital
The charming and picturesque town of Franschhoek (‘French Corner’ in Dutch) has a distinctly French heritage. With many restaurants and expansive vineyards, it is affectionately known as South Africa’s culinary capital. Devoted to the creation and enjoyment of local, artisanal produce and fine wine, the Cape Winelands also offers visitors a chance to journey through some of Africa’s most spectacular and fertile landscapes. Meander between estates and discover Franschhoek’s illustrious 300-year-old history of wine-making. The oldest family-owned wine farms are worth visiting for their architecture and scenery alone.
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Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve – enjoy cycling, hiking and walks among nature and the Cape floral kingdom.
Golfing – the picturesque Pearl Valley golf course is a 25 minutes’ drive away.
Motor Museum – a unique collection of cars, motorcycles, and other memorabilia at L’Ormarins.
Cape Winelands Riding – journey through scenic vineyards and orchards. Perfect for riders of all levels.