Posts Tagged ‘Cape Town’

The Cape Country Calls map covers the country areas between the towns of Durbanville, Stellenbosch,  Franschhoek, Paarl, Wellington, and Malmesbury – all of which lie between 25 km and 75 km inland of Cape Town.

The  N7 flanks one side of the area – which, if followed north for approximately  800kms, will bring you to Namibia. The N1 cuts through the middle of the area – on it’s way to Johannesburg (approx. 1 400kms) and Beit Bridge at the Zimbabwean  border (approx. 2 000kms).

No  need to rush off in any of these directions!   Linger in the farmlands and foothills of the Cape.  Explore these country roads and experience the charm of the Cape Country Call.

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Cape Country Calls is all about promoting  rural attractions and country businesses on the doorstep of Cape Town, firstly to the residents of our  city and the suburbs, and then to visitors to our area.

Free time – whether taken as a “mental  health day”, a weekend, a holiday, or simply lunch with a friend – should leave you feeling refreshed and re-energized.

The noise and congestion of life in the mad metropolis will not do this for you – not even if you exchange your mad  metropolis for one on the other side of the country, or on the other side of  the world!

Cape Country Calls is an invitation to  spread your wings and explore some quieter places and wider spaces. You will find it an uplifting experience!


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