World Tourism Day
The annual world Tourism Day lands on the 27th of September. So to get into the spirit, the team at Peter Lehmann have put together a list of things to do when visiting the beautiful Barossa Valley.
With International travel off the cards for the foreseeable future, it’s time to see what South Australia has to offer!
Located 80 kilometres North-East of Adelaide, the Barossa Valley is an esteemed wine region, with vines dating back to the 1840’s. It is home to 14 sub-regions, creating diverse soil types and multiple climates that produce impeccable wines. Plus, there is a lot always happening in the Barossa!
Here are a few things to add to the itinerary when you visit the Barossa Valley:
Of course, you can’t visit the region without visiting the Peter Lehmann winery. Our Barossa Cellar Door invites you to enjoy a wine tasting, or simply sit on our surrounding lawns and gardens and soak in the sun with some friends.
Need a place to stay?
Mattschoss House will feel like home with its warmth and charm. It is the perfect place to settle down for the night in between days jam packed full of activities.
Located in the heart of the region, you’ll be in an ideal location with wonderful Barossa wineries and experiences right at your fingertips. Unwind and have the whole house to yourself to fully enjoy the wonders of country living.
Every Saturday morning, experience real food, passionately grown and made by locals. The Barossa Farmers Markets are a great way to start your morning, stocking up on fresh produce and chatting to growers who take pride in what they do.
An experience like no other… Hot Air Ballooning is the ultimate way to see the Barossa Valley. Gain a new perspective and experience this exhilarating activity, soaking up the serenity of the beautiful Barossa.
Visit Local Cafés and Restaurants
Check out the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company. From milk, white, dark, ruby and sugar free, there is chocolate to cater for all! Experience a team of artisan chocolatiers hand make chocolate, and taste it also!
Barossa Valley Cheese Company is the ultimate place to indulge in all your cheese desires. Enjoy a cheese platter, with milk sourced from local dairies.
A holiday is a time where good eating habits to fly out the window. However, if you wanted to keep up a few good habits then Yoga in the Barossa Valley is the way to do it.
Unwind completely and take a yoga class amongst spectacular panoramic valley views for a truly decadent experience.