Constantia at a glance
Constantia is a wine-producing suburb of Cape Town, South Africa. The Constantia Wine Route one of the many wineries connecting the Constantia Valley. Housed in a 17th-century wine estate, Groot Constantia Homestead and Wine Museum includes a manor house with 18th- and 19th-century furnishings, plus collections of drinking vessels and carriages. The Constantia Greenbelt network includes the tree-lined Alphen Trail.
Thongs to do in Constantia: Tour the Constantia Wine Route. Dating back to 1685, the Constantia Wine Route boasts eight award-winning wine estates. Take a walk on the Alphen Trail. Explore Cecilia Forest. Constantia Village Shopping CentreThe Constantia Village is home to art galleries, antique dealers, fashion boutiques, jewellers, lifestyle and interior decor, electrical stores, adventure dealers, fresh food halls, music and book centres, beauty salons, banks, travel agencies and foreign exchange services - as well as a row of cosmopolitan restaurants offering a tempting fusion of African, Oriental and European fare as well as excellent coffee and light snacks. Wining and Dining.
Schools in the area: Herzlia Constantia Primary School, Constantia Pre-School and Constantia Waldorf School.