Darling Wine Estates
The wine estates of the Darling Wine Route continue to delight more and more tourists every year. The wines produced in this region are of a fabulous quality, thanks to the beautiful weather and soils. Local labels include Tukulu, Darling Cellars and Groote Post. Many of the wine farms offer tastings and tours as well as delicious meals to accompany their different wines.
Dubbed the “Flower of the West Coast”, Darling is known for being home to huge array of floral species, which litter the landscape and make it truly breath-taking in its beauty. These flowers can be seen while spending time outside, whether you are walking, hiking, horse riding, cycling or simply enjoying a picnic with this as a gorgeous backdrop.
For more information about this wine route see Darling Wine Route, the charming town see Darling Attractions or explore the Wine Estates below.
Where to Stay in Cape West Coast
The Cape West Coast region offers numerous overnighting options, including accommodation in Aurora, Britannia Bay, Churchhaven, Darling, Doringbaai, Dwarskersbos, Ebenhaezer, Elands Bay, Goedverwacht, Grotto Bay, Hopefield, Jacobsbaai, Kraalbaai, Laaiplek, Lamberts Bay, Langebaan, Lutzville, Mamre, Nuwerus, Papendorp, Paternoster, Philadelphia, Port Owen, Redelinghuys, Saldanha, Shelley Point, St Helena Bay, Stompneusbaai, Strandfontein, Vanrhynsdorp, Velddrif, Vredenburg, Vredendal and Yzerfontein, so whether you prefer to stay in an hotel, cosy B&B or a self catering holiday home, you're sure to find an establishment to suit your requirements.
Darling Wine Route: Wine Estates & Tastings
Did you know?
There are over 560 wineries in the Cape, divided into 4 main regions: The Breede River Valley, The Little Karoo, Coastal and Olifants River.
wine estates in the western cape
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