Markets in the Western Cape

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Markets in the Western Cape
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Markets in the Western Cape
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Name: Chilled Market at the Range

Location: The Range, Orpen Road, Tokai, Cape Town

When: Friday evenings 4.30pm-9.30pm

What to expect: Tucked away in the middle of suburbia, the Chilled Market at the Range provides the perfect spot for a family outing. A wide variety of food is on offer with everything from freshly baked cake and doughnuts to Mexican dishes and even home-made liqueurs. There is seating inside the marquee and outside under cover, with plenty of activities on offer for the kids.

Contact: 021 713 2340 (Tuesday-Friday, office hours);;


Location: 30 Regent Road, Sea Point, Cape Town

When: Open 7 days a week from 8am-11pm

What to expect: Located in the heart of Sea Point on the bustling Regent Road, the Mojo Market has something for everyone. This market is all about experiences with live music, food, retail and the widest selection of beverages on tap in the Southern Hemisphere.

Contact: General enquiries –, Trader enquiries – please email;

Name: Bay Harbour Market

Location: 31 Harbour Road, HOUT BAY, Cape Town

When: Open every Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Friday: 5 pm to 9 pm, Saturday & Sunday: 9.30 am to 4 pm

What to expect: Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, an old authentic fish factory in the beautiful Hout Bay Harbour comes to life with the hustle and bustle of an eclectic marketplace. The Bay Harbour Market brings craftsmen, artists, and busking musicians together, and then aromatically infuses the scene with freshly-baked breads, local wines, craft beers and other delectable treats.

Contact: Carly Stovell. 072 858 7763;;

Name: Oranjezicht City Farm Market

Location: Granger Bay, V&A Waterfront (Next to The Lookout Event Venue)

When: Every Saturday 9am to 2pm and Sunday 9am to 3pm (all weather)

What to expect: Held every Saturday and Sunday at the historic Granger Bay site of the V&A Waterfront, the OZCF Market Day is a community farmers-style market for independent local farmers and artisanal food producers. At the OZCF Market customers can do weekly food shopping, try out some delicious cooked and raw foods and be inspired about helping to build an alternative food system. Additionally, customers can buy edible plants and seedlings, compost and gardening supplies and equipment.

Contact: Sheryl Ozinsky +27 (0)83 628 3426;;

Name: Natural Goods Market

Location: Central Park Field & Intaka Island Eco-Centre, Park Lane, Century City, Cape Town

When: Last Sunday of the month, 9am – 2pm

What to expect: Winter in the Western Cape brings a bit of a chill, so the best way to warm things up comes courtesy of the Century City Night Market. Think gluhwein, bubbles, draught beer, and fires, red wine and warmth, soft fabrics, warm scents and lots of delicious comfort food. Held the last Friday of every month (winter only).

Contact: 021 531 2173 |;

Name: Kirstenbosch Craft Market

Location: Stone Cottage Grounds. Corner Kirstenbosch and Rhodes Drives, Newlands

When: Last Sunday of the month (except Winter), 9am to 3pm

What to expect: The Kirstenbosch Craft Market consists of approximately 230 crafters who sell original, hand-crafted goods of a very high quality. A large variety of refreshments are available and pony rides are very popular with children. Proceeds from stall rentals go to the Development Fund for Kirstenbosch Gardens.

Contact: 074 333 2170;;

Name: Neighbourgoods Market

Location: The Old Biscuit Mill, 373 Albert Road Woodstock Cape Town

When: Open from 09:00 to 15:00 every Saturday, rain or shine

What to expect: This award-winning market features over 100 specialty traders every Saturday and is as much a source for farm fresh organic foods as it is a meeting point to swap ideas and stories, and become educated about why we should buy directly from the source. The market is housed in an old sky-lit brick warehouse and courtyard at the old biscuit mill in the industrial and trendy neighbourhood of Woodstock.


Name: V&A Waterfront Food Market

Location: Old Power Station, Building 19, Dock Road, Pier Head, V&A Waterfront

When: Daily

What to expect: In 1882, the Old Power Station brought power to the Cape Town dockyard, blazing a trail for trade in Cape Town and the African continent. Today, this powerhouse of innovation is still generating bright ideas through the V&A Food Market – an artisanal street food market that brings together locally produced products, cutting edge concepts and affordability together, seven days a week, in the heart of the V&A Waterfront.

Contact: 021 418 1605 |


Name: Blaauwklippen Family Market

Location: Blaauwklippen Vineyards on R44 Between Stellenbosch & Somerset West

When: Open every Sunday (10am-3pm)

What to expect: The Blaauwklippen Family Market is THE place to relax with family and friends on a Sunday. Hosted at the beautiful Blaauwklippen Vineyards wine estate just outside Stellenbosch, the market offers a delicious selection of prepared food ranging from local to international flavours.

Contact: Hugo Le Roux –; www.blaauwklippenfamilymarket....


Location: 29 Huguenot Road, Franschhoek

When: Weekly on Saturdays 9am-3pm (excluding winter months); In addition to weekly Saturdays, the market is also open on the FIRST SUNDAY of each month. 9am-3pm.

What to expect: This is the most amazing place to spend saturday morning in the village of franschhoek. the market has become very popular and has grown substantially. it now offers you a feast of produce,delicious deli items, indigenous arts and crafts and a great child-friendly outing. experience country living at its tastiest. open every saturday morning from 9am til 2pm.


Name: Root 44 Market

Location: R44 & c/o Annandale Road, Stellenbosch, 7600

When: Open every Saturday (9am-4pm) and Sunday (10am-4pm)

What to expect: Browse an incredible selection of handcrafted goods, wholesome food, fine wines, craft beers, carefully restored antiques and other wares at Stellenbosch’s increasingly popular Root 44 Market. The market is set among the trees, surrounded by gorgeous vineyards making for some enticing picnic spots.

Contact: 021 300 3935;;

Name: Lourensford Market

When: Every Friday, 17h00 – 21h00

Location: Lourensford Road, Somerset West, Cape Town, 7130

What to expect: This vibrant market boasts 70 permanent stalls and a number of pop-ups with visitors able to enjoy with sprawling lawns, majestic trees and landscaped gardens and a variety of quality products. With everything from delectable food, handmade wares and art, to organic, artisanal produce for you to enjoy, the Lourensford Market is a favourite for locals and visitors. The Estate’s superb wine in-house ABRU craft beer contribute to the festive atmosphere, while local artists provide the live music. A wide array of kids’ activities make this perfect for families.

Contact: +27 72 284 1654;;


Name: The Village Market – Riebeek Valley

Location: Sarel Cilliers Street, Riebeek Kasteel (opposite Kasteel Motors)

When: Every first Saturday of the month, from 09h00 till 13h00

What to expect: This is a true Village market offering handmade crafts and homemade foods, with everything from fresh breads and farm butter to English Pork Pies and traditional South African cuisine available here. Local crafters delight with traditional children’s toys, décor and speciality items, as well as local artists displaying paintings of the region.

Contact: Beverley Voigt 0832845734;;;

Name: Groote Post Country Market

Location: Groote Post Estate, West Coast

When: Last Sunday of the month (excl. winter). 10am-3pm

What to expect: Country hospitality for those who are looking for a new adventure! every last sunday of the month at groote post winery under the cork trees and fresh country air you can expect gourmet produce, hand-crafted goods, home ware and décor, live music and play area for the kids. groote post rose wine is exclusively available at this market, open from 10:00am-3pm.

Contact:; Mariaan Heyns : +27.224512202 or

Name: Porterville Farmer’s Market

Location: Houdconstant Farm, PORTERVILLE

When: OPEN every SATURDAY, Market opens 9am to 2pm.

What to expect: Porterville Farmer’s Market is a community-focused event aimed at supporting local producers. Get farm fresh butter, eggs, milk, artisan breads, fruit, veggies, meat, cakes and more. This is a great market experience for families, with the kids able to enjoy pony rides and tractor trips while you relax with coffee and a delicious breakfast. Chilled beers and local wines are also available.



Name: Elgin Railway Market

Location: Elgin Railway Market, Oak Avenue, Elgin, 7180

When: Every weekend. Fridays: 4pm-10pm | Saturdays: 9am-10pm | Sundays: 9am-5pm

What to expect: Take a trip back to Victorian times at this delightful railway market in the valley of Elgin. This Art Deco steampunk-themed experience boasts a wide variety of stalls, including food, drink, jewellery, clothing, ceramics, and much more. Based in an old apple warehouse that has been converted into an expansive indoor market, the elaborate metal archways, overhanging bridges and lanterns provide a fascinating backdrop to the experience.; 073 797 0082;

Name: Greyton Morning Market

Location: Opposite the NG Church, Main Road, Greyton

When: Every Saturday morning (rain or shine); 10am – 12:00

What to expect: Every Saturday morning, the lovely town of Greyton comes together for a community market. A real village market, you can fill your baskets with freshly-baked breads, pies, muffins and cakes and the delicious gourmet cheeses, pestos and home-made jams and preserves. The market also has natural body and bath products, and a number of other interesting arts and crafts on offer.

Contact: Desiree Kingwill – (028) 261 1809; ;

Name: Hermanus Country Market

Location: Hermanus Cricket Club, off Fairways Avenue, Eastcliff, Hermanus

When: Every Saturday morning. Summer (1 October – 31 March): 8am to 12pm; Winter (1 April – 30 September): 9am to 1pm

What to expect: The Hermanus Country Market is a small market with a lot of soul. Boasting an incredible array of fresh organic produce, homemade delicacies, artisan breads, probiotic yoghurts, handmade cheeses, home smoked fish, happy hen eggs, wheat-free bakes, a whole variety of arts & crafts, you are bound to leave with a bulging basket of goodies. There is also live music and plenty to keep the kids occupied as well.

Contact: Liza van Coppenhagen;;

Name: Hermanuspietersfontein Market

Location: Hermanuspietersfontein Wines, Hemel-en-Aarde Village, Hermanus

When: Open every Saturday 9am-1pm (rain or shine)

What to expect: Hidden in the far corner of The Village on the corner of the R43 and R320, this is one of the area’s longest running and most popular markets. Choose from a buffet of classic breakfast, savouries, confectionaries, cheeses, cured meats, olives, salads, bread; freshly shucked oysters, abalone, fish ‘n chips, sliders, artisanal pies, fresh fruit and veg and much, much more. Bulging tummies and baskets guaranteed.


Name: Stanford Saturday Morning Market

Location: Stanford Hotel Veranda; 18 Queen Victoria Street, Stanford

When: Every Saturday 09:30 - 12:00

What to expect: This Saturday morning market in the Overberg town of Stanford is an absolute gem. Find fresh breads, pates and prepared dishes, delicious decadent cakes and pastries, banting-friendly frittata & muffins, gluten-free quiches and cake, fresh farm grown vegetables and so much more. Perfect for a Saturday morning outing in the heart of the Cape Overberg.

Contact: 082 781 1704;


Name: Harkerville Saturday Market

Location: N2 between Knysna and Plettenberg Bay

When: Open every Saturday 8am-12:00

What to expect: With an emphasis is on natural and organic products such as fresh breads, organic vegetables, home-cooked meals, and more, the Harkerville Saturday Market boasts a motto of ‘Healthy Option’, with the best locally produced products available. The market is also a platform for local crafters and artists to exhibit their wares, ranging from jewellery to clothing.

Contact: 084 510

Name: Wild Oats Community Farmers Market

Location: Sedgefield

When: Saturdays – 7.30am to 11.30am in Summer months

What to expect: This multiple award-winning market is located on the outskirts of the beautiful coastal town of Sedgefield, adjacent to the Swartvlei lake-lagoon. Now in its 13th year, this rustic spot brims over with 60 stalls offering the finest local farm produce, home bakes, plants and flowers of the unique Southern Cape floral kingdom, outdoor breakfasts and live music. Bliss!

Contact: 082 376 5020


Name: Prince Albert Saturday Market

When: Saturday mornings – 8 am to 12 pm

Location: 42 Church Street, Fransie Pienaar Museum, Prince Albert, 6930

What to expect: In the government gazette of 30 october 1855, the governor, sir george grey, gave permission for prince albert to hold a weekly market. the market flourished for years but eventually disappeared. in december 1997 the prince albert tourism association resurrected the weekly market, which is held every saturday morning on the square next to the fransie pienaar museum. discover everything from dried fruit, home-made jams, pickles, cakes and bread, fresh fruit and organic vegetables. enjoy a cup of coffee and a pancake or an early lunch at this historical spot.

Contact: 023 5411 366;;