Discover the highlights of Adelaide and Hahndorf on a morning sightseeing tour. This tour offers an opportunity to see some of Adelaide city, the historic Adelaide Oval, beautiful views from Mount Lofty Summit and the old German village of Hahndorf.
All about the Half day McLaren Vale and Glenelg Afternoon Tour from Adelaide
Half day McLaren Vale and Glenelg Afternoon Tour from Adelaide
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McLaren Vale and Glenelg Beach
Departing from Victoria Square we head straight to McLaren Vale for structured tastings at the well known Shingleback winery and the family owned winery and olive grove of Lloyd Brothers. We then make our way to the main street of McLaren Vale for some more South Australian delights. There is the opportunity to visit Hardys for more wine tasting, the Fruchocs factory for a well known sweet treat or, sample some tasty almond varieties at the Almond Train. There's even time to do all three! If you would prefer to sit back and relax with a coffee, you can do that too!
We return to Adelaide via the beautiful bay of Glenelg where you can enjoy a stunning seaside stroll before heading home.
We return to Adelaide by approximately 5:30 pm however, if you would like to enjoy the view of the sunset over the coast there is the option for you to leave the tour here and get the tram back to Adelaide.
Structured tastings at the well known Rosemount winery and the family owned winery and olive grove of Lloyd Brothers.
Stop at the main street of McLaren Vale. Opportunity to visit Hardys for more wine tasting, the Fruchocs factory and/or the Almond Train. Stop at the beautiful bay of Glenelg for a seaside stroll before returning to Adelaide.
Pick up Location: Victoria Square bus stop near the Hilton hotel, Adelaide at 1 pm.
Duration: 5 hours
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