A day in the Winelands is all about relaxing! Linking wine farms together with a slow meandering winelands cycle along flat farm roads, we will explore the Franschhoek Valley in a unique and memorable fashion.
After admiring the architecture as we cycle through the back roads of this quaint village we will make our way through the vineyards to stop for a wine tasting alongside bubbling streams. We will continue along country lanes past horses and cattle, old and modern wine farms – where we stop for another tasting – before ending with a picnic (optional) on beautifully manicured lawns. This is a great way to experience the true way of life in this historic region.
The Cycling route is short and easy enough for anyone to complete with more challenging routes available for fitter cyclists. Cyclists begin at the Dutched Reformed Church, and meander through the back streets of Franschhoek to the first wine estate – La Bri, where the group will enjoy their first wine tasting. After the wine tasting the group will hop back onto their bicycles and head behind a series of vineyards to Grande Provence where they will finish the activity with their final wine tasting.
What a gorgeous way to start, or end off any day!
Min Pax: 4 pax
Max Pax: 60 pax
Duration: 2 Hours – 2.5 hours
Location: Old dutch reformed church, Franschhoek – Grande Provence
Includes: Bikes, Helmets, 1 x water, Facilitation, Wine tasting at La Bri, Wine tasting at Grande Provence
Excludes: Transport, Meals & other Refreshments & Photographs
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