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The varying terroir, moderate climate, and talented winemakers are certainly putting Stanford’s wines on the map. From vineyards set on sandy dunes, rocky mountain slopes and fertile lands, wine makers are producing top quality wines that are winning awards and accolades amongst those in the know. The Stanford Wine Route meanders through breath taking open…

One of the “must-dos” when in Stanford is the Stanford Walking Trail (Wandelpad) which winds its way along the banks of the Klein River and through the town. It offers visitors some wonderful glimpses of the many birds in the area, including the Blue Crane, Fish Eagle, or majestic Cape Eagle Owl perched silently in…

Stanford boasts its own unique Saturday Morning Markets along Queen Victoria Street from 09H00-12H00 on the stoep of the historic Stanford Hotel and the Junktique in the Tourism Courtyard. Fresh produce from local farmers, and local crafts are offered, as well as delicious home-made and home-baked goodies from the Heart! There are also old treasures…

Stanford boasts the title of third most preserved heritage village in the Western Cape. The ‘Historical Stanford on foot’ brochure, available from the Stanford Tourism Office in the high street, takes one on a journey back in time as you navigate the villages historical journey etched in stone. Stanford Tourism 028 3410 340 CLICK TO…

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