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Paarl intro. A favourite destination in South Africa's wine country, Paarl is set less than an hour inland from Cape Town and is sandwiched between the Paarl Mountain Nature Reserve and the Hawequas Mountains. The area attracts not only wine lovers but outdoor travellers looking to hike, bike or ride horseback alongside the world's second-biggest granite outcrop, which is set adjacent to the town. In-town attractions include the unique and fascinating Afrikaans Language Monument, which was built in 1975 to celebrate the 50-year anniversary of the separation of one of the world's youngest languages from Dutch. Among the most popular hiking areas is Limietberg Nature Reserve, which has nearly a dozen different trails to choose from that zigzag through rugged kloofs, indigenous forests and fynbos. Meanwhile, wine lovers can explore the world's first 'red wine route' of Paarl Vintners. This area helps to fill Paarl hotels with people from around the world seeking to taste and to get a glimpse of the production of the area's fine shiraz, merlot and cabernet.
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