THE LE FRANSCHHOEK BLOG


Walking on the Wine Side: Franschhoek Hiking Trails

May 30th, 2014

You may be forgiven for forsaking your best attempts at moderation when it comes to food and wine in Franschhoek, but don’t despair if your willpower takes a beating while visiting here.  Take an amble along one of the Franschhoek hiking trails and burn off those unwanted extra kilojoules. Walking is one of the most […]

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Fly fishing in Franschhoek

May 27th, 2014

Boasting some of the world’s most pristine trout waters, fly fishing in Franschhoek is one of the most popular pastimes for visitors to this area.  There are several establishments around town where you can try your luck at landing Rainbow, American Steelhead or Brown trout, some of them located in close proximity to Le Franschhoek […]

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Camelot Spas

May 19th, 2014

  Camelot Spa is based in South Africa’s most desirable location, The Franschhoek Valley. This Franschhoek spa prides itself on a range of signature treatments for utter indulgence and sheer relaxation, bringing the true meaning of ‘sensational’ to the fore.

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Wine Sculpture Fair presented by Mastercard

May 9th, 2014

Something different is coming to Gauteng from 10 to 11 May 2014.  Those with a taste for the finer things in life will be flocking to Krugersdorp’s NIROX Sculpture Park for a smorgasbord of Franschhoek cuisine and enjoy some of the most delectable food and wine.  This sophisticated occasion, called the Wine Sculpture Fair, will […]

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Family Friendly Franschhoek Activities

May 6th, 2014

Franschhoek prides itself on being a destination that the whole family can enjoy, and the welcoming laid-back country atmosphere of this lovely place is perfect for memorable family holidays with plenty of wholesome Franschhoek activities to be enjoyed.

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