Franschhoek, also known as the culinary capital of South Africa, is a quaint town offering a variety of fine dining experiences. Three of the top 10 restaurants in the country are found in Franschhoek, with an array of wine cellars and historic wine farms. The Franschhoek village has a wonderful collection of art galleries and antique shops and the main street is lined with restaurants and coffee shops, making it an enjoyable day out with family and friends.
The historic town of Paarl boasts the Taal Monument, the iconic Paarl Rock or a drive down the longest main road in South Africa – 11km in total. Visit the Spice Route, Fairview or the residents of Manor House Alpacas. A host of restaurants and award winning wine cellars allow for a relaxing visit and provides an opportunity to explore the local lifestyle.
The second oldest town in South Africa – Stellenbosch – is a renowned tourist destination and the perfect destination for exploring the Cape Winelands.
Cape Town is only 35 minutes away and has consistently been recognised as one of the best tourist attractions in the world. Pearl Valley’s Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course is perfectly located to enjoy the best on offer in this picturesque corner of South Africa.