Things To Do in Porterville

Porterville is situated in the Swartland, in the Western Cape, South Africa. Show on Map

Indie Ale Craft Brewery

Where? Porterville
Just 130 kilometres north of Cape Town, in the heart of the pretty little town of Porterville, is the hub of beer-loving activity - Indie Ale Craft Brewery. This micro-brewery celebrates the art of ...

Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Area Hiking Trails

Where? Porterville
Start: Cape Nature's wilderness area near Porterville Finish: in the reserve Duration: 1 hour – 6 hours Fitness: easy to challenging Our tip: hike in groups and make sure you have a map of the area with ...

Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Trail

Where? Porterville
Start: Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Area, 35 km from Porterville End: where you start Duration: 1 to 5 days Fitness: moderate Our tip: there are self-catering houses within the wilderness that you can book ...

Heuningberg 4x4 Trail

Where? Porterville
The Heuningberg 4x4 trail is around 18km along a farm running between Porterville, Moorreesburg and Gouda. This big but thrilling adventure gives you the opportunity to experience rock, sand and water, and ...

Koppikofi

Where? Porterville
On the slopes of the magnificent Olifants River Mountain Range, on the West Coast of South Africa, is the pretty little town of Porterville. This historical, small town is home to Koppikofi Restaurant, which ...

Leopard Trail, Beaverlac

Where? Porterville
Start: Beaverlac campsite, Kouebokkeveld Finish: Beaverlac campsite, Kouebokkeveld Duration: about 3 hours if you take it easy Fitness: it's an easy trail Our tip: the highlight of this trail is all the ...

Self Drive Citrusdal to Porterville

Where? Citrusdal
Route: Citrusdal, Prince Alfred Hamlet, Ceres, Tulbagh, Porterville Description: a number of mountain passes both east and south of Citrusdal's orange groves Length: roughly 245 km Time: a day, at ...

Indie Ale Craft Brewery

Where? Porterville
Just 130 kilometres north of Cape Town, in the heart of the pretty little town of Porterville, is the hub of beer-loving activity - Indie Ale Craft Brewery. This micro-brewery celebrates the art of ...

Swartland Wines

Where? Malmesbury
The Swartland Co-operative was founded by 15 members and the Swartland Winery was established. When Jan van Riebeeck first saw the land and all its indigenous black vegetation ‘renosterbos’, he named the area ...

Abbotts Hill Wines

Where? Malmesbury
Abbotts Hill Wines are produced on Hillcrest Farm. It all began from the owner’s initial passion for red wine. He had the desire to produce wines that would be recognizable as from the Malmesbury Region. ...

Tukulu Wines

Where? Darling
Tukulu wine was launched in 1999 and gets its name from the deep red Tukulu soils where the magic happens and these grapes are grown. It is one of South Africa’s first empowerment labels and the business has ...

Kasteelberg MTB Route

Where? Riebeek Kasteel
This easy 40 kilometer circular route will take you around 2-4 hours to complete. It will have you pedaling up steep mountainous slopes, through beautiful vineyards, vast wheat fields, magnificent olive ...

Game Drive at Bartholomeus Klip

Where? Hermon
Morning game drives are available in the 10 000 acre Bartholomeus Klip Hermon Private Nature Reserve. There are many animals here, easily seen in the low fynbos or on the grassy plains, but the most ...

Nassua Winery

Where? Malmesbury
Nassau Winery is one of the wineries situated south of Malmesbury, the main business centre of the Swartland. It lies on the Lambrecht’s family farm just off Klipheuwel Road. Wine was first produced on ...

Café Felix

Where? Riebeek Kasteel
Café Felix is a popular restaurant in the picturesque Riebeek Valley. The original food concept was based on the popular Olympia Café & Deli in Kalkbay, which involves a blackboard menu that changes ...

Dragonridge Winery

Where? Malmesbury
Fynbos Estate produces about 200 tons of grapes each year, half of which are sent to Swartland Winery. The rest is used to craft small quantities of hand-crafted wines under the Dragonridge label. The name ...

Babylon's Peak Private Cellar

Where? Malmesbury
The winemaker of Babylon’s Peak Private Cellar is Stephan Basson. The cellar is built on the farm, Nooitgedacht, which the Bassons have owned for four generations. The winery gets its name from the high ...

Café Mosaic

Where? Darling
Cafe Mosaic has a relaxed atmosphere and offers a venue where locals and visitors enjoy a fun view over Darling's Main Road whilst playing a friendly game of pool or refreshing with a cold lager on a hot ...

Kloovenburg Wine Estate

Where? Riebeek Kasteel
Energy and enthusiasm, purpose and vision. The Du Toits of Kloovenburg have these - by the barrelful. Enough to achieve the high standards they have set for their wines - and enough to maintain a proud family ...

Pulpit Rock Winery

Where? Riebeek West
In 1918 Grandpa Brink was offered a job as winemaker of Groot Constantia which he declined as wasn’t the right time and the family longed to make their own wine. His son, Ernst, was one of the largest pig ...

Allesverloren Wine Estate

Where? Riebeek West
Allesverloren dates back to the the 17th century and is one of the oldest estates in the Swartland. The Malan family have owned it since 1872 when Daniël Francois Malan took over the farm which was used to ...

Franki's Vineyards

Where? Malmesbury
Franki's Vineyards were first established in 2004 and their wines bottled in 2007. Nestled between Malmesbury and Darling, the views from the farm pan over miles of vineyards, Riebeeck Kasteel and the Ceres ...

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