Darling on the West Coast Way
“Only an hour from Cape Town… but a million miles away!”
Antiques & Artefacts Tour
9th May 2015
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M: 082 877 6677
Extreme Sport and Slow Beer?
Riders will experience the jewel of the West Coast on two wheels and experience the best tracks the area has to offer. The routes will pass unsurpassed views, breath-taking scenery and close encounters with the area’s fauna and flora as you wind through the panoramic Darling.
Date: Saturday 30 May 2014
Venue: Darling Primary School, Kalkoentjie Street , Darling
- 52 km Bone Crusher at 8:00 (Pre Entry: R200, Late Entry : R220)
- 35 km Black Mist at 8:15 (Pre Entry: R150, Late Entry: R175)
- 18 km Slow Beer at 8:30 (Pre Entry: R100, Late Entry: R120)
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A USA based travel blogger has recently released her version of the 20 Most Beautiful Towns in the World 20 Most beautiful small towns in the world.
Stunning locations in France, Italy and Ireland feature, as well as Darling on the West Coast. Selected for its abundant flora attractions as well as its events like the Darling Music Experience and the annual Voorkamer Festival and Rocking the Daisies. Add to this the wonderful produce, beer and wines from historic wine farms in and around Darling and one has many reasons to visit for the first time or to return for a repeat visit all year round.
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 →