Things To Do in Franschhoek

Franschhoek is situated in the Cape Winelands, in the Western Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Get Festive in Franschhoek

Where? Franschhoek
Franschhoek Village resting on its French heritage of entertainment flare is the South African hosting ground of many annual international and local festivals. The quaint Main Street, Huguenot Road, hums with ...

Glenwood Winery

Where? Franschhoek
A few kilometres from Franschhoek, you’ll find Glenwood farm in the valley of Robertsvlei which has taken 19 years to develop. ‘DP’ Burger is both viticulturalist and winemaker which means all decision-making ...

Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate

Where? Franschhoek
Grande Provence in the heart of Franschhoek, which was once known as Elephants Corner, can only be described as a luxurious experience of Cape Dutch splendour and fine wine. Its pioneer, French Protestant ...

Haut Espoir Wine Estate

Where? Franschhoek
Haut Espoir or “High Hope”, is a family owned vineyard with parents, kids and extended family all playing a part in the operations on the farm. Positioned on the slopes of the Groot Drakenstein Mountains, this ...

Haute Cabriere Wine Estate

Where? Franschhoek
Haute was granted to Pierre Jourdan, a French Huguenot farmer, in 1694. Haute Cabrière prides itself in its pioneering legacy and made the decision 28 years ago to focus on classic Chardonnay and Pinot Noir ...

Holden Manz Wine Estate

Where? Franschhoek
The Holden Manz wine estate, once known as Klein Genot, is owned by Gerard Holden and Migo Man who first arrived in South Africa in the 1990s and after travelling to many world regions around the world, decide ...

La Bourgogne Wine Estate

Where? Franschhoek
La Bourgogne once formed a part of the farm Bourgogne which was one of the first Hugenot farms dating back to 1694. Simon van der Stel granted the farm to Pierre de Villiers. In 1800, the Le Roux family ...

La Bri Wine Estate

Where? Franschhoek
Safely nestled in the Franschhoek Valley, La Bri is derived from the French word for ‘shelter’ or ‘refuge’. Robin Hamilton bought the Farm in 1997. At that time, their Wines were being made from La Bri grapes ...

La Chaumiere Wine Estate

Where? Franschhoek
When Michael and Kristina Pawlowski first came to South Africa, it was for a brief visit. But Franschhoek lured them in, like so many others and they set about making a home there. They bought several ...

La Couronne Wine Estate

Where? Franschhoek
La Couronne is a name meaning “The Crown” which was a famous French warship built by the French Navy in 1636 which transported 277 French Huguenots to the Cape in 1685. La Couronne was the first warship built ...

La Motte Wine Estate

Where? Franschhoek
The farm was first granted to German, Hans Hattingh and later bought by French Huguenot, Pierre Joubert in 1709 who named it after the Provence village he was born in, La Motte d’Aigues. The first 4000 wines ...

La Petite Ferme

Where? Franschhoek
On the slopes of the Middagkrans Mountain lies Le Petite Ferme with its Clovelly, Glenrosa, ’Koffieklip’ and Jozini soils. The estate is owned by Mark and Josephine Dendy Young who believe that quality wines ...

La Petite Provence Wine Company

Where? Franschhoek
The estate of La Petite Provence originally formed past of the grand La Provence wine farm and like most estates in Franschhoek owe it’s legacy to that of the 17th century French Huguenots who settled here ...

La Vigne Estate

Where? Franschhoek
Come and sample wines at La Vigne Estate in our working wine cellar. Here at La Vigne we play classical music to our wines 24 hours a day all week long. A study was carried out that proved that classical music ...

Le Bonheur Crocodile Farm

Where? Simondium
Over one thousand crocodiles, over one hundred skins, over ten baby crocs and only one Albino named Snowy. Le Bonheur Crocodile Farm is a registered breeder and thus the dammed domicile of this Nile reptile. ...

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