• Description
Tulbagh is nestled in its bowl of magnificent mountains and a serene, unspoiled valley. In itself a desirable destination for all seasons and many reasons, the historic town also provides an excellent base from which to explore the Cape Winelands and surrounding areas. Tulbagh welcomes spring with drifts of arum lilies and a myriad of fynbos flowers. In high summer the bounty of harvest fills its cornucopia to overflowing while autumn brings shades of russet and gold to the vineyards; in winter greenery and quiet mists blanket the surrounding countryside and the mountains are tipped with snow. It has been captured in the work of many artists who have found inspiration here due to its unique combination of sublime natural beauty and historical ambience.
Church Street:
It has the highest number of Cape Dutch, Victorian and Edwardian Architecture in any one street in South Africa, has notable museums plus art galleries and gift shops. Saronsburg Theatre on Main Street has an exciting calendar of weekly events. Tulbagh Tourism 023 2301375
Things I love:
A deli with a difference, a wine shop, gift shop filled with treasures, decor shop and gallery. Delicious, delightful and decadent! 023 230 1742
Moniki Chocolatier:
They makes exquisite Belgian handcrafted chocolates. Guests can participate in a truffle making workshop or can experience wine and chocolate parings. Open 7 days a week. Book: 023 230 0673
Saronsberg Wine Cellar:
It has a beautiful 2,5 m sculpture by artist Angus Taylor and a striking tasting room where guests can sample their wine. 023 230 0707