Darling is a quaint little town just over an hour's drive from Cape Town and well-known as the home
of Evita se Perron, the popular theatre and signature landmark of long-time resident Pieter Dirk Uys that
combines a restaurant with a little cabaret theatre.
Darling is a thriving agricultural centre for a wide range of agricultural products. The town
predominantly serves the surrounding farms and is a popular tourist attraction for those looking for a
laid-back getaway or day trip.
The Swartland area of the Western Cape is renowned for its wheat and rooibos-production. The area lies
between Malmesbury in the south, across the Riebeek Valley to Piketberg in the north and Darling in the
west to the Oliphants Mountain at Porterville in the east.
The name Swartland is derived from the Renosterbos, an indigenous plant of the area which turns black
in the warm, dry summers.
The area is picturesque and fertile with undulating wheat fields, vineyards and deep river valleys and
mountains landscapes which are any photographer's dream.
The Swartland Wine and Olive Route forms part of the many tourist attractions of the Cape and offers a
number of cellars for wine tastings including Allesverloren, Kloovenburg, Riebeek Cellars, Swartland
Winery and more.
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