to Constantia Valley, Cape Town’s Vineyard, South Africa's leading wine and tourist experience.

Located at the centre of the Cape Peninsula, only minutes from the centre of town, Constantia Valley is Cape Town's secret rural retreat and the perfect place to escape, away from the hustle and bustle of city-life.

30 Jul 2014

2014-06-25
Steenberg Farm Movie Nights
Movie Nights will be screened on the first and third Wednesdays of the...
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2014-06-25
High Tea at The Alphen Hotel
High Tea now on offer from the 29th of June. Ranging from dainty sandwiches,...
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2013-11-12
The Alphen wins World Luxury Hotel Award
We are proud to announce that we have won the Africa Winner award in...
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Discover Cape Town’s most intimate wine route and learn about the history of the oldest wine-growing area in Southern Africa. Find everything you need to plan a visit, from places to stay, eat and shop to things to see and do

We use the name Constantia Valley in the broader sense, being the Valley stretching from the Wynberg hill in the north to the Silvermine mountains (the Tokai area) in the south. The Table Mountain National Park borders the Valley to the west and for the purpose of this website we use the Main Road as the eastern border.

“Every stranger who arrives at the Cape…makes a point of visiting the Village of Constantia and those famous wine plantations; for these with the Table Mountain are looked upon as the great and first objects of curiosity at the Cape” (Robert Percival, English officer arriving in the Cape in 1796)



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