The Grendel winery and restaurant are particularly recognizable at Rose Hall.
While most of the filming for Rose Hall took place on a stage at Capetown Studios, the house of this vineyard was used for the exterior shots of Geillis House, nicknamed: Bakra.
University of Stellenbosch
The Faculty of Theology building at Stellenbosch University in South Africa was one of the last locations to be used during the Outlander team's presence in the country. He served to represent the exterior of the governor's palace.
Back to Edinburgh for the stage inside the governor's house.
Indeed, the unique and impressive Georgian Signet Library in the heart of Edinburgh has pretty rows of columns that impressively support the building and represent the colonial style of the time.
Silverstroom Beach, Cape Town, still in South Africa, is the beach where Jamie and her traveling companions repair their boat and where Claire meets Jamie after dating Father Fogden and Mamacita.
Located on the west coast of Cape Town, Silverstroom Beach is a prestigious beach eco-labeled Blue Flag. Named after the 'silver stream' rising from a spring in the north, it is popular with locals and tourists alike.
Part of the shooting of Outlander Season 3 took place in South Africa at Cape Town Film Studios. The set, which had previously been used by Starz for Black Sails, was used for some of the last scenes of the season.
The beach and castle next to Dunure Harbor were also used for scenes where Claire and Jamie watch the young Ian swim to Silkie Island as well as to the island itself, when Jamie leaves for Claire's research.
Dunure is a small village on the coast of Ayrshire in Scotland, which has repeatedly served to film crews.
Here, the harbor where Jamie and Claire meet Jared Fraser again and board the Artemis for their trip to Jamaica.
Bakehouse Close in Edinburgh is the site of Carfax Close, where Alexander Malcolm's print shop is located.
Considered by many to be the best-preserved Old Town of Edinburgh, Bakehouse Close gives a good idea of what life in the Old Town must have been in the 18th century.
The stalemate was used for printing but also to represent the streets of Edinburgh. Perhaps most importantly, it's the place where Jamie's house is located right in front of the printing press. It turns out that the building in question was once a real mess, known as Cock and Trumpet.
Gosford House, a few miles east of Edinburgh, is used in the second season as a stable house of the Palace of Versailles. It was also used in season 3, as a Helwater facade and inside Lord Ellesmere's home.
The third season has that of particular that the first 6 episodes are interspersed with two stories between 18th century Scotland and 20th century Boston in the United States.
However, all American scenes were shot in Glasgow.
For the moment, I will focus only on filming locations in the history of the 18th century.
Located near Edinburgh, this impressive castle ruin is used to represent Ardsmuir Prison, used to detain Jacobite prisoners.
Craigmillar Castle is a ruined medieval fortress located three miles south-east of Edinburgh. Known for providing Mary Queen of Scots refuge in the 1500s, it is also the place where Scottish nobles plotted to kill Mary's second husband, Lord Darnley.