We have the most award winning, world class chefs, restaurants and wineries concentrated here than anywhere in South Africa. Franschhoek’s French heritage of more than 300 years is evident in the wine and food tradition. The magnificent Huguenot Memorial Museum and Monument are definitely worth a visit, if not then there are numerous other attractions and activities to keep you busy and fascinated all day long. You can taste the award winning wines of the Franschhoek Valley in extraordinary wine cellars and venues seven days a week.
Franschhoek is a town for all budgets and ages, whatever the occasion or even just to turn a normal day into an extraordinary experience and or memories. It is centrally located to enjoy the wonderful pleasures of the Western Cape - from the winelands to whale-watching to exploring the mother city, to whatever you fancy.
The culturally diverse people are mostly very friendly and welcoming, as are the breathtaking surrounds and natural beauty we often take for granted. A plethora of shops, galleries and interesting places in the quaint main street and surrounds provide hours of interesting browsing and or shopping.