Western Cape Winelands

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The Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve encompasses some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, with dramatic mountains, fertile valleys, endless vineyards and historic estates. It...
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With majestic mountains on the one side and the ever-flowing Breede River on the other, with beautiful fruit and wine farms lining the way, the surrounds invite you into...
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A magical village that time forgot. Situated off the beaten track along the Road to Nowhere and nestled between magnificent mountains and magical vineyards.
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Founded in 1679 by governor Simon van der Stel, Stellenbosch was the second town to be established by European settlers in South Africa.  It's situated 50km from Cape Town...
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Tulbagh is best known for the largest concentration of National Monuments in a single street in South Africa.  Every historic home in Church Street was painstakingly restored after the 1969 earthquake...
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The neighbouring towns of Paarl and Wellington, a 40-minute drive from Cape Town, today form a single urban unit at the heart of the Cape Winelands, surrounded by farms...
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Robertson is located in the fertile Breede River Valley -- also known as the valley of wine and roses. It's a safe, charming country town with Victorian buildings, jacaranda-lined...
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