More information about places around Paarl area

Afrikaans Language Museum
Afrikaans as language originated from the Dutch spoken by the first settlers. It was later evolved by people such as the Khoikoi and the slaves from other countries. The Afrikaans Language Museum and Monument is situated in Paarl.

Boland Wine Cellar
One of the largest cellars. Offers quality wines at value prices and is situated close to Paarl. Open to the public. Underground tasting venue also offers light meals to visitors.

De Zoete Inval Wine Estate
Originally granted to Hercule des Pres, the Frater family has been making wine here for the past 115 years.The white wines age well and are particularly popular with European visitors. Various awards

Diemersfontein Fynbos Trails
Come on a guided horseride in the foothills of the Hawekwa Mountains and experience the fynbos, orchards and vineyards of the magnificent Wellington countryside.

Fairview Wine and Cheese
Various international awards won and also produces various Jersey and Goatsmilk cheeses.

Landskroon Wines
Landskroon is situated in the heart of the winelands near Paarl. Restaurant terrace under the oaks. Incomparable view of the farm and Table Mountain.

Nelson Wine Estate
The Estate comprises 142 ha of diverse fertile soils situated on multi-directional slopes, making it ideal for the production of a wide range of award-winning wines of exceptional quality. Many national and international awards.

Paarl history and Travel information
Paarl has a rich history of more than 300 years. It is a town full of historical sites and is the heart of Afrikaans, whith the Afrikaans Language Monument and Museum.

Wellington Town
Truly the undiscovered jewel of the Cape, steeped in history and tradition, tucked away in the foothills of the Hawekwas Mountain Range, close to Paarl. Various attractions and historical sites.

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