Spier is a wine farm situated in the heart of the Cape Winelands.
Art, culture, wine, food, nature and conservation – these are the pillars of the Spier experience.
Wines are core to the business as the award-winning wines that have won global recognition, can attest.
Guests and visitors can taste the fine wine in the wine centre.
The Hotel, built in 2000, is a place in which to relax and unwind.
This 155-bedroom hotel is built on the banks of the Eerste River and has great views of the Helderberg mountains and the vineyards.
A fine collection of African art has been deployed throughout the estate. Visitors can absorb this collection as they stroll around on the estate.
Moyo is a special restaurant. Bedouin tents and gazebos are placed throughout the garden and create a setting similar to a nomadic African village.
One of the highlight when visiting is the traditional face painting of patrons.
African art and craft can be bought at the craft market.
Moyo Retail supports known African artists, and gives local community projects a platform to showcase their talents.
The estate is also home to the Eagle Encounters Raptor Rehabilitation Centre.
Eagle Encounters is a bird of prey rehabilitation, education,
conservation and eco-tourism centre.
As a self-funded, non-profit establishment, Eagle Encounters relies on the income generated by tourism to drive the numerous programmes it offers.
Flying demonstrations are held daily.