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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 also presents a vitality and dynamism that you don't find...
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 Bonnievale to meet the people who pride themselves for their...
A magical village that time forgot. Situated off the beaten track along the Road to Nowhere and nestled between magnificent mountains and magical vineyards.
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 on the banks of the Eerste River - so named...
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 and these 32 buildings recreate a bygone era. It is,...
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 and some of South Africa's best-known wine estates. ...
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 streets and beautiful gardens, and forms part of the Route...
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