Stellenbosch is known for its history and university, as well as its status as one of the main towns of the Cape Winelands in the Western Cape Province. There is so much culture here, creating an almost tangible buzz. While the local wine farms and estates are, without a doubt, some of the most popular attractions to those visiting Stellenbosch, there is plenty more to see and do.
After a tour of the local wine farms, the following five attractions are also well worth a visit … Continue reading
Stellenbosch Fresh Goods Market is an authentic Slow Food Market. As opposed to ‘fast food’, slowfood is the output of producers who have sourced, grown, raised, harvested, caught, preserved or transformed the food themselves. Continue reading
The annual Stellenbosch Wine Festival takes place usually in January. During this week various member wineries host special intimate events on their premises. The attractions vary from hearty stews, specialist tastings of timeless classics, quad rides and art exhibitions. Last year’s Wine Week was a huge success, especially as it allows visitors to mingle on a casual and intimate basis with wine makers and the other hospitable people who delight in throwing open their doors to visitors. Continue reading