Darling on the West Coast Way
“Only an hour from Cape Town… but a million miles away!”
Published by West Coast Way
If you follow your nose along the West Coast of South Africa, taking the R27 highway and turning inland opposite the turnoff to the seaside town of Yzerfontein, you’ll find yourself meandering along a narrow road towards Darling. Framed by rolling hills, spindly windpumps and the dust trails of farm vehicles, this is the selfsame trail that leads to this quaint country landmark’s tastiest new attraction. Forget orchids and Evita and think pig – The Flying Pig charcuterie that is! Read more at http://www.westcoastway.co.za/tasting-darling-with-the-flying-pig/
Read Greg Landman’s write up on his visit to Hilda’s Kitchen in the latest SA Country Life magazine.
Wide open skies and people who greet you like a long lost friend, the whole experience at Hilda’s Kitchen is there to help one to unwind and get in touch with your real self.
Darling Tourism have launched a new bird route, set to cater to bird lovers from all over. The route was officially launched by Dr Anton Odendal at a launch event held at Groote Post Wine Estate on Thursday, 24 April 2014. With its completely rural, peaceful and natural habitat, the small town located less than an hour out of Cape Town, boasts diverse vegetation which attracts a wide range of birdlife. Continue reading →