Cape Winelands District Municipality

Flag this page

100 Alexander Street
South Africa
(+27 21) 888 5100
(+27 21) 883 8871

The Cape Winelands District has an unparalleled quality of life and is one of the most visited regions for domestic and international tourists. It is worldrenowned for its fine wine estates, and the longest wine route in the world (Route 62) is located within the District. The Cape Winelands is one of the finest cultural and historic heritage areas in the country and has some of the finest restaurants in the country, especially in Franschhoek area. The District also boasts the University of Stellenbosch, which is recognised as one of the finest universities in South Africa and it hosts a number of excellent research centres especially focused on the agricultural sector.

Flag this page

Similar Entries of Cape Winelands District Municipality

Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve

The Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve was demarcated in accordance with the bioregional approach of PGWC as described in the Manual for the...

OR Tambo District Municipality

To create an economically viable municipality through optimum utilisation of available resources. To provide efficient and effective service delivery...

Chris Hani District Municipality

The Chris Hani District Municipality is nestled in the heart of the Eastern Cape, a linking node to all the regions in the Province. It is largely...

Amathole District Municipality

A leading, dynamic, innovative, pioneering and focused district municipality dedicated to servicing the needs of our communities and their social and...

Eden District Municipality

The Eden District Municipality (EDM) is the third-largest district within the Western Cape Province and is made up of seven local municipalities,...

Capricorn District Municipality

To provide quality services, in a cost effective and efficient manner, through competent people, partnerships, information and knowledge management...

Umgungundlovu District Municipality

The region has a rich and complex natural environment with numerous resources accounting for 13.5% of KwaZulu-Natal’s Gross Geographical Product and...