Worcester is one of the largest Boland towns and it goes hand in hand with wine, accompanied by a proud tradition stretching over 250 years. This verdant town offers spectacular scenery beginning at the foot of the Worcester Valley to as far down as the Hex River Valley. Lord Charles Somerset named this place after his older brother – the marquee of Worcester – when it was laid out in the farms Roodewal (red wall) and Langerug (long back) back in 1820.
Worcester, with it's mountainous landscape is a paradise for the nature lovers. It also offers plenty of activities for the adventure and sports enthusiasts. Food and wine lovers are amply catered for.
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Come join us at Olivae with our stylish new look and feel Olive Bar. Same place, different vibe, have a great evening out with friends after a long day at work. Olivae is situated 2km outside of Worcester on the N1, but you can use our handy map to find your way to the best pizza and sushi around.
Aquila Game Reserve Cape Town gives guests the chance to encounter Africa’s legends of the wild. Daily transfers to Aquila can be arranged for those not staying at the reserve. Day drive safaris are two to three hours long. Safaris are available for evening and early morning game viewing. For the adventure seeker, guests can replace the horse with a quad bike. Aquila Game Reserve Cape Town also offers one or two day fly-in safaris. Flights are 20-30 minutes long. Guests fly over the majestic Hex River Mountains - the second highest mountain range in the Western Cape Province.
This 18 hole Gary Player designed golf course offers an unique golfing experience where the player is surrounded by magnificent mountain ranges and beautiful scenery. Only a hour's drive from Cape Town, it is the ideal getaway for a round of golf, situated in the picturesque Breede River Valley.