Towns of the Cape


Learn about the different towns Cape Town has to offer including Franschhoek, Paarl, Robertson and Stellenbosch
  • Arial view of Cape Town city.

    Cape Town

    There is nowhere quite like Cape Town. It is in Africa, and of Africa, but yet so different. Perched between the ocean and the mountain and with a National Park as its heart, it's wild

  • Franschhoek

    Nestled between towering mountains in the beautiful Cape winelands lies Franschhoek. This is the food and wine heartland of the country, where splendid wines are grown

  • Paarl country house.

    Paarl

    Paarl, which means 'pearl' in Afrikaans is one of the better known towns of the Winelands. The town is named after the enormous granite pluton behind the town as, after rain, it

  • Flower.

    Porterville

    About an hour's drive north of Cape Town, this small town is about 30km east of the N7. It is most well known for its proximity to the Groot Winterhoek Wilderness Area, which offers wonderful

  • Amazing view of the winelands fields.

    Robertson

    The town of Robertson is situated at the foot of the Langeberg Mountains, in the Breede River Valley. The scenic Robertson Valley is renowned for its wines, radiant roses and thoroughbred horses

  • Winery.

    Stellenbosch

    Stellenbosch is if not geographically then spiritually the heart of the Winelands. The town is well known for its lovely old buildings, oak trees and water-furrows lining the quiete streets

  • The Cape winelands is bulging with historic houses.

    Winelands Guest Houses

    Monumental Guest Houses of the Cape Winelands - why not make your way around the Cape Winelands by staying in stately guest houses that are also national monuments. Carrie Hampton explores the poss