Lifestyle | Paarl - Cape Winelands

Only 56km from Cape Town, Paarl offers historical charm, culture, architectural heritage, wine and fruit farms, breathtaking scenery and many cycling and nature trails. …

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Surrounded by serenity and splendour, the area between Paarl and Franschhoek is simply breathtaking wherever you look. The locals are friendly, helpful people and this area attracts tourists from all over the world. There is an abundance of activities, from historical monuments to quaint farm markets, there's never a dull day here. Paarl offers residents a feeling of safety and security, and a supportive, intimate community. It's a great neighbourhood for families and young couples wanting to be away from busy city life.

Map of Area and Surrounds

Living in the winelands...

Allows for the enjoyment of wine and the culture that surrounds it. Various world class wineries are on the doorstep of Woodlands Nature Estate. This includes the wine producing regions of Paarl, Stellenbocsh, Franschoek and Tulbagh.

Along with the wine of the region there is a gastronomic delight of all types of cuisine. Restaurants, café’s and Bistro’s located in old historic buildings, under oak trees or modern chic buildings will delight the taste buds.

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For the Golf Enthusiast...

Paarl has two excellent golfing facilities which are close by namely Boschenmeer and Pearl Valley, and from Paarl you can easily have a round of golf in nearby Wellington or Stellenbosch

Pearl Valley Golf Estate is located between Paarl and Franschhoek in the Cape Winelands. Voted third best golf course in South Africa, Pearl Valley is a luxury private lifestyle estate with residential homes and golf lodges for sale. Besides its golfing attractions Pearl Valley is famous for its spa and Valley Restaurant, and can be visited when you are in the Winelands of South Africa.

Horse & Polo Club...

A stone throw away you will find one of the most spectacular polo estates in the world. Paarl has facilities that offer horse riding lessons for children and adults as well as holiday pony camps.

Expect breath taking views with beautiful sunsets cascading over the country side, splendid summer evenings, enjoy different horse riding activities, scenic hiking trials, swimming or canoeing in the farm dam and meet different farm animals.

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Paarl Wine routes...

The region reveals its pedigree with a wine-making heritage that dates back to 1688 when the French Huguenots, who were well versed in the art of wine making, were granted farms in the Drakenstein area.

Home to some of the biggest names in the South African wine industry, Paarl vintners excel with Rhone varietals, including Shiraz, Grenache and Viognier, and local staples, Chenin blanc and Pinotage.

Who doesn’t imagine living amid world-class architecture, in an environment steeped in a legendary agricultural history, with a rich heritage of adventure and a resolute pioneering spirit? A place where traditions, customs and celebrations are recalled from a bygone era of craftsmanship, harvest festivals and timeless tranquility…

Along with the wine of the region there is a gastronomic delight of all types of cuisine. Restaurants, café’s and Bistro’s located in old historic buildings, under oak trees or modern chic buildings will delight the taste buds.

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Paarl Lifestyle Activites and Hotspots

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Paarl is well worth a visit as it offers a variety of accommodation, restaurants to dine in, wine farms to visit and scenic drives.

Avondale Wine Estate

Avondale Wine Estate

Below the Klein Drakenstein Mountains is an estate which uses a holistic approach to wine-farming known the BioLOGIC® approach which combines organic and biodynamic principles with modern science. It is ...

Babylonstoren Wine Estate

Babylonstoren Wine Estate

This traditional Cape Dutch working wine and fruit farm is surrounded by the mountains of the Drakenstein valley, where nomadic Khoisan communities used to roam for centuries. French Huguenot, Pieter van der ...

Backsberg Estate Cellars

Backsberg Estate Cellars

Set in the garden on the sprawling grounds of the Backsberg Wine Estate, Backsberg restaurant is an alfresco experience during summer - moved indoors next to roaring fire in winter. An a la carte menu features ...

Balloon over the Vineyards

Balloon over the Vineyards

Up, up and away... Float cloudward in a musical silence across the peace of the Cape Winelands. Calm landscapes carry you with care over the Berg River and it's vast valley. Drift with wishes over fields of ...

Carriage Ride around Rhebokskloof Estate

Carriage Ride around Rhebokskloof Estate

Wine Valley Horse Trails offer carriage drives for those that do not want to ride a horse. This offers the wonderful amiance of by gone days where life was a little slower, but a lot more beautiful. We offer a ...

Bistro Allegro

Bistro Allegro

Serving as the more relaxed, fresh and zingy sister to the award-winning Bosman’s Restaurant, Bistro Allegro at The Grande Roche Hotel, is every bit as enticing. The punchy décor, open feel and unstuffy yet ...

Cafe Juno Wine House & Art

Cafe Juno Wine House & Art

Light meals, delicious dinners and selections of breads and cheeses are our thing. Do try the baguette stuffed with biltong, avocado, cottage cheese and piquant peppers, it’s absolutely to die for. The ...

Cotage Fromage

Cotage Fromage

A vision of a country-style relaxed bistro, with a menu of delicious, homely and rib-sticking comfort food has come to life at Cotage Fromage, along the wine route in Paarl. Patrons enjoy spilling out onto the ...

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