South Africa
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1. Franschhoek

The French Corner of the Cape Franschhoek, one of the oldest towns in South Africa, lies nestled between towering mountains in one of the most beautiful wine valleys in the world! Perfectly situated to explore the Western Cape, Franschhoek is only 45 minutes from Cape Town and within half an hour from Stellenbosch, Paarl and Somerset West. Franschhoek, literally means “French Corner”, and this little French town is also known as the food and wine capital of our country – there are more award-winning restaurants concentrated here than anywhere else in the land! Here, in-between breath-taking scenery, top chefs create world class cuisines and offer some of the finest wine. The…

2. Villiersdorp

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Pearl of the Valley The charming town of Villiersdorp is located in the Cape Overberg Region, on the Cape Country Meander. Lying in a valley surrounded by fruit orchards and accessed by one of the Cape’s four most spectacular mountain passes, the Franschhoek Pass, Villiersdorp is a breathtakingly beautiful village. Just over an hours’ drive from Cape Town, Villiersdorp is a popular weekend getaway destination for Capetonians. One of the most well-known winemaking towns, Franschhoek, is a mere 30 minute drive and visitors are ensured of a weekend break full of some great wine and tasty farm style food. Villiersdorp has a thriving community of Artists, who have settled here…