Things To Do in Groot Drakenstein

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

Allée Bleue Wine Estate

Where? Groot Drakenstein
Allée Bleue Estate was founded as 'Mere Rust' in 1690, but once current owners, Elke and Friedrich-Wilhelm Dauphin bought the farm, they changed the name to Allée Bleue (meaning ‘Avenue of Blue’ in French). ...

Babylonstoren Gardens

Where? Groot Drakenstein
Visit the Babylonstoren in Groot Drakenstein. This beautiful Cape garden was inspired by the 17th century gardens of the Dutch East India Company and boasts hundreds of varieties of fruit, vegetable and herbs; ...

Boschendal Wine Estate

Where? Groot Drakenstein
Boschendal is situated in the Franschhoek Valley, an area meaning ‘little French corner’ where Huguenot settlers fled religious persecution and shared their winemaking skills leading to its status as a premier ...

Dwars River Escape Route

Where? From Stellenbosch area
Launched in 2003, the Dwars River Escape Route includes not only some incredible scenery, cultural features, things to do and places of historical significance, but also a mix of entrepreneurs, community ...

Hillcrest Berry Orchards

Where? Stellenbosch
On a beautiful, crisp, clear and sunny Western Cape winters day there is nothing better than sitting outside for a meal while enjoying a beautiful view, perhaps of nearby snow covered mountains! Why not ...

Paradise Stables

Where? Franschhoek
Paradise Stables is on Robertsvallei Farm in Franschhoek, Western Cape and has a lot to offer a visitor, but is famous for exceptional horse riding experiences. Take part in one of the many horse trails ...

Solms-Delta Wine Estate

Where? Groot Drakenstein
Professor Mark Solms is currently overseeing the rebirth of this Franschhoek farm which has produced wine for four centuries. Renowned for discovering the brain mechanisms of dreaming and background in modern ...

Old Nectar Gardens

Where? Stellenbosch
Old Nectar’s famous gardens in Stellenbosch are spectacular for the variety of trees, the abundance of colours, and the sheer tranquillity that infuses every part of them to create a verdant escape from the ...

Suzie's Coffee Shop

Where? Kuils River
Just 30 minutes outside the heart of Cape Town is the pretty little town of Kuils River. Watched over by the scenic Bottelary Mountains, this quaint town combines the charm of a rural setting with the beauty ...

Franschhoek Mountain Bike Tours

Where? Franschhoek
Franschhoek has, rightfully, been dubbed the culinary heart of South Africa. Visitors to this gorgeous little Western Cape town are spoilt for choice when it comes to the variety of things to taste. But, the ...

Franschhoek Walking Tours

Where? Franschhoek
Strolling the quaint streets of Franschhoek, exploring its little bookshops and chocolatiers, and meandering from one historical attraction to the next is a delight. Walking gives you the opportunity to keep a ...

Delheim Cellar

Where? Stellenbosch
Delheim is situated in the Simonsberg region and is owned by ‘Spatz’ Sperling and his family. Its origins go back to the 1930s when Hans Otto Hohsenhein and his wife Deli bought it; hence the name Delheim. ...

Cape Chamonix Wine Farm

Where? Franschhoek
Cape Chamonix Wine Farm once formed part of the Huguenot Estate, La Cotte, which was granted in 1688 and still boasts the highest planted vineyards in the Cape. Once the Pickering family took ownership in ...

Longridge Winery

Where? Stellenbosch
Perched against the Cape Helderberg’s slopes, is a wine estate with breathtaking views over False Bay and the Stellenbosch Valley. Longridge was first registered in 1841 and wine was first produced on the ...

Wilderers Distillery

Where? Simondium
Wilderer’s Distillery can be found in the heart of Paarl and pays homage to restaurateur, Helmut Wilderer who has been distilling Grappa and fine Schnaps for decades. His restaurant Katzenberger’s Adler was ...

Wine Tasting at Theuniskraal

Where? Tulbagh
In the early 1700’s, Theunis Bevernagie settled in a fertile valley guarded by the towering Witzenberg and Winterhoek mountains, and fed by the Klein Berg River. His name was to be enshrined in local wine ...

Wagon Wheel Brew Pub

Where? Klapmuts
Amongst the towns of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek, in the heart of the Cape Winelands, is the stunning vineyard of Anura. This farm is set against the exquisite backdrop of the Simonsberg Mountain Range ...

Berg River Dam

Where? Franschhoek
Through clever design, the Berg River Dam efficiently captures winter rainfall and stores it for supply to the Cape Town region during the drier summer months. This, the first dam in the country which was ...

Windmeul Winery Farmers Market

Where? Paarl
This will be a real farmers' market with the freshest produce on offer (remember your coolbox!). This is not your average flea market set-up, and the focus is mainly on organic produce straight from the ...

Majestic Mountain Hikes

Where? Franschhoek
The Cape Winelands are perched amongst rolling mountain ranges that are sometimes stark and rugged, sometimes lush and green, but always spectacular. Franschhoek Adventures wants to share this extraordinary ...

Bosman's Restaurant

Where? Paarl
Bosman’s is the only restaurant in South Africa to once again earn the “Best of Award of Excellence” awarded by the American Magazine, Wine Spectator. This is the highest award received by a South African ...

Cucina di Giovanni Eikendal

Where? Stellenbosch
In celebration of all things culinary, Cucina di Giovanni is situated in the scenic heart of the Cape Winelands, on a spectacular farm called Eikendal. This farm is part of the Stellenbosch region and is ...

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