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1 Bedroom Flat To Let in La Vie Estate, Klein Parys
Paarl Central, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
R 5 250
View More Secure studio apartment in La vie Estate Secure studio apartment in La vie Estate Available from 1 April 2020 Ground floor apartment 1 bedroom. 1

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2 Bed Apartment in Paarl
Paarl Central, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
R 7 500
View More ...Modern 2 Bedroom Apartment to let in Paarl in secure complex (Queens Terrace) for occupation 01 March 2020 @ R7 500 PM 2 Bedrooms with build in cupboards Bathroom with...
2 Bed Apartment in Paarl
Paarl Central, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
R 7 000
View More ...Modern 2 Bedroom apartment to rent in Paarl in secure complex (Atlanta) available for occupation immediately @ R7000 PM SPECS FOR ATLANTA: 2 Bedrooms with build in...

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2 Bedroom apartment to rent in Paarl South
Paarl South, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 63 Sqm
R 7 500
Fair price
View More A 2 bedroom apartment with 2 bathrooms of which one is en-suite. Open Plan living room and kitchen with a patio- area outside. Ideally situated
2 Bedroom apartment to rent in Paarl Central
Paarl Central, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 73 Sqm
R 7 000
Fair price
View More One of Paarl's Golden Oldies. The apartment has 2 large bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Close to Gimnasium Primary and Virgin Active. No pets are allowed.

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1 Bedroom apartment rented in Paarl Central
Paarl Central, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 32 Sqm
R 5 250
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View More Open Plan Kitchen and Living Room with Built-in Stove. Bedroom with b.i.c. and a Bathroom with a shower. Close to Amenities. Security access. Parking Bay.
2 Bedroom apartment to rent in Klein Drakenstein, Paarl
Klein Drakenstein, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
R 6 000
View More Sought after security complex close to the Huguenot tunnel, and with easy access to Wellington via Nederburg Wine Estate. Both bedrooms has built in cupboards
1 Bedroom Flat To Let in Paarl South
Paarl South, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
Furnished
R 8 700
View More Stunning one bedroom studios available to rent on La Bella Vita Estate Stunning one bedroom studios available to rent on La Bella Vita Estate Ground
2 Bedroom apartment rented in Paarl Central
Paarl Central, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
R 7 600
View More ...A lovely 2 bedroom apartment with a full bathroom. Open plan livingroom - kitchen with a build-in stove. A balcony looking out onto Paarl Mountain. There is pre-paid...
2 Bedroom apartment to rent in Paarl Central
Paarl Central, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 73 Sqm
R 7 000
Fair price
View More One of Paarl's Golden Oldies. The Apartment has 2 large bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Close to Gymnasium Primary and Virgin Active. No pets allowed. Parking
2 Bedroom flat
Winelands Estate, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
Pet Friendly
R 7 000
View More Semi detached 2 bedroom flat to ren. Perfect for young couple or professional person. 1 month deposit and credit check. Prepaid electricity. Water included
1 Bedroom Garden Cottage To Rent
Winelands Estate, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
R 5 500
View More Cozy 1 bedroom cottage to rent for occupation 1 March 2020 @ R5500pm The cottage offers: 1 Bedroom with build in cupboards Bathroom with basin,
New Rental Development in Plein Street in a class of its own
Paarl Central WWS23966, Paarl Central, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 80 Sqm
R 8 000
Fair price
View More ...Brand new apartments in Paarl Central, within walking distance of hospitals and shops. These duplex units with high quality finishes offers an open plan lounge and...
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Klein Parys WWS23362, Klein Parys, Paarl, Western Cape
  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
R 4 250
View More ...La Vie Estate is an ideal new development for someone wanting to rent in and around Paarl. This security complex offers various size, layout and price options. Each...
Apartment to rent in Main Road
Paarl South WWS22848, Paarl South, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
R 8 000
View More This lovely apartment offers open plan living, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and beautliful views. It is situated in Main Road close to shops and schools.
To Let in The Avenues, Paarl
Paarl Central WWS7729, Paarl Central, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
R 9 500
View More ...Main Road & Bergriver Boulevard. It is a walk across to Paarl Boys Primary School, never miss your child's rugby practice games and or matches! Enjoy shaded car parking...
1 Bedroom loft apartment to rent in Paarl North
Paarl North, Paarl, Western Cape
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
R 5 200
View More In a secured complex close to Noord Eind School, Medi- Clinic and surrounding is this neat, ready to move in 1 bedroom loft apartment. Pre-paid

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Parel is a city in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. It is originally derived from Parel, meaning Pearl in Dutch. After Cape Town and Stellenbosch, it is the third oldest town and European settlement in South Africa. It is also the biggest city in the Cape Winelands. As the Mbenkweni township made rapid strides of development, it has come up as the urban unit in Wellington. Situated 60 km northeast of Cape Town in the Western Cape province, it is famous for its idyllic beauty and viticulture and fruit growing heritage.

Paarl is also important because it is the seat of Drakenstein Local Municipality. It's not officially a part of the Cape Town metropolitan area but it is definitely a part of the economic enterprises. Paarl earned its glory and place in history when Nelson Mandela got released from Victor Verster Correctional Centre which is currently known as Drakenstein Correctional Centre in 1990 after 27 years of imprisonment. It marked the beginning of a new age of South Africa's development. A bronze statue of Mandela is located outside the prison reminding one of the historic time.

In recent times, Paarl also shot into limelight when it hosted the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2003. The district is mainly famous for the Pearl Mountain or "Paarl Rock". There are three round parts that make the Paarl Mountain. Based on its shape and beauty, people compare it with Uluru in Australia.

It has a history that dates back to the days of the Dutch East India Company. Therefore, if you go around, you will find that there are many tourist attractions connected to that time period. Cape Dutch Buildings date back to the time period between 17th and 19th century and draw a lot of tourists every year. There are beautiful drives, hiking trails and a number of quality restaurants to add to your delight. The Paarl Wine Route provides many wine tasting opportunities.

Paarl has a cultural attraction to too. The roots of the Afrikaans language lie in this place. Geneootskap van Regte Afrikaners laid the foundation of this language. The "Afrikaanse Taalmonument" (monument to the Afrikaans language) on the slope to the Paarl Mountain, the Language Museum (Taalmuseum) and the Afrikaans Language Route through Dal Josaphat are dedicated to commemorating the rich cultural history.

On the other hand, "Co-operative Wine Growers' Association", the former headquarters of the wine industry, is also located here. It is better know by the initials in Afrikaans language as KWV. Charles Back initiated the old Spice Route Paarl in 1997. It offers the opportunity for tourists to try out the local delicacies.

If you are fairly new to Paarl, you can keep in mind the important landmarks like Afrikaans Language Monument, Fairview Wine and Cheese, Butterfly World etc. Drakenstein Lion Park, New Orleans Park, and New Orleans Park are the delight for nature lovers. Paarl Mall, Frater Square, The Alpaca Loom Coffee Shop and Weaving Studio are popular destination for shopping. If you are a foody, you can explore Terra Mare Restaurant, The Hussar Grill Paarl, Noop etc.

Paarl Boys High School, Paarl Girls High School, Noorder-Paarl Secondary School, Paarl School of Skills are the leading schools in the area.




The old Spice Route Paarl, which was initiated in 1997 by Charles Back, the owner of this estate as well as of Fairview, provides an opportunity for visitors to appreciate and taste local delicacies from the Western Cape, like biltong, draft beer or red and white wines from the surrounding wine yards in Malmesbury and Darling. Back's vision was "to offer local and international tourists a selection of hand-picked artisanal producers who put as much thought, skill and passion into their products as Spice Route wine maker, Charl du Plessis, puts into his wines".[9] Besides that a range of art galeries and the traditional way of organic dark chocolate production can be explored. The heritage of the Spice Route farm goes back to the historical marieners who used to trade Eastern spices to Europe along the "Spice Route" for spice trade in the 15th century.

The Paarl Rock itself is these days a popular Mecca for rock climbers. However, in the pioneering period of rock climbing in South Africa, the mountain was ignored or shunned because its steep faces were so smooth and unfissured that climbers could find no place to attach "runners" or anchor points for belays. The first climbing routes up the rock were pioneered in 1969 by J.W.Marchant and G. Athiros, the former from the University of Cape Town Mountain and Ski Club. Soon afterwards Marchant and John Knight established a few routes on which the rope was run out for 100 m (330 ft) or more with no protection whatsoever.[11] This was in the days before bolting was possible and these achievements are still held in high regard today. Nowadays protection is afforded by bolts in the granite and there are on Paarl Rock a few dozen spectacular, beautiful and very hard routes that attract the best climbers of the current generation. (All of these climbs remain dangerous for the inexperienced.) A guide book for these routes was written in 2006 by Stewart & Scott Noy who lived at the foot of the mountain and were developing many of the new routes at the time.

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