Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide : 2013 Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide
14 Oliver’s Taranga, McLaren Vale Wine, food & BEER With bold wines and world-class wine regions, such as McLaren Vale and Langhorne Creek, authentic Italian wood-oven pizzas and beachside restaurants serving fresh locally- caught fish, life in the Fleurieu Peninsula will stimulate your senses and leave you feeling full and content. Stock up on jams, relishes, handmade breads, smoked meats and creamy cheeses from farmers’ markets, stores and roadside stalls, or go for a drive in the hills and discover blueberries, organically-grown pheasants and quail, venison, strawberries and rich Jersey milk cream. Along the way, be impressed by the warmth, hospitality and passion of the people who create these exciting food experiences, drawing inspiration from the Mediterranean climate and the rhythms of the season. The Fleurieu Peninsula combines the best of all worlds – it’s a melting pot of cultures, spiced with a cheeky, relaxed Australian attitude. With bakers in almost every town, fish and chip shops that make dining beachside such a pleasure and cafés serving homemade cakes and freshly brewed coffee, all you need to do is pack your appetite. Quality local wine and produce make a visit to the Fleurieu Peninsula an experience to savour.
2014 Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide
Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide