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Sunday markets in and around Cape Town
Take it easy this Sunday at one of these great Sunday markets to take a stroll through
Last Update: 10 March 2017
Sunday is a day of rest, so grab the family and take a lazy drive and or walk to one of these Sunday markets in and around Cape Town.
V&A Food Market
As Cape Town’s first permanent food bazaar, the V&A Food Market invites locals and tourists alike to come cruise for gourmet fare from as far as Germany and as near as Durban at its 50-odd stalls from 10am to 8pm (November to April) and 10am to 6pm (May to October), seven days a week (excluding Christmas Day and New Year's Day). The spacious double-storey venue offers indoor seating, a kiddies’ area and outdoor tables with prime views of the working harbour and gorgeous Table Mountain. Plus, the delectable cuisine provides a healthy, affordable alternative to the nosh found at most of the V&A Waterfront’s food court restaurants.
Dock Road | V&A Waterfront | Cape Town | +27 (0)21 276 0200
Groote Post Country Market
Are you a lover of all things local? Then you will enjoy your time spent at this country market in Darling. You will be able to enjoy gourmet produce including breads, mushrooms, charcuterie, wors (sausage), sauces, olive oils and so much more. The big hit as always will be the popular craft beers from Darling Brew. Groote Post Country Markets will take place on the last Sunday of every month between 10am and 3pm. The date for the final market of the season is Sunday, 30 April 2017. Note: The market is closed during winter.
On the West Coast Road towards Langebaan, turn right onto the Darling Hills Road opposite Grotto Bay turnoff. After 10-km turn right to the Grote Post Cellar | +27 (0)22 451 2202
The Bay Harbour Market
This incredibly vibrant weekend market has put the sleepy town of Hout Bay back on the map with its regular celebration of creativity, culture and kos (food). Open on Sunday from 9:30am to 4pm, the Bay Harbour invites locals and tourists alike to come swap stories by the fireplace, tuck into gourmet and home-style nosh at the large wooden tables, drink in the tunes by live music acts, clink glasses under the African sun and peruse the wares on offer from the carefully curated mix of traders. Kids are welcome – there’s a play area and child-friendly food and drink – and as the market is predominately indoors, it’s a great place to go no matter the weather.
31 Harbour Road | Hout Bay | +27 (0)82 570 5997
Spier’s Craft Market
Visit this market for contemporary and traditional artworks by local crafters. Open daily between 10am and 6pm during summer and between 10am and 5:30pm during winter, expect a selection of quality textiles, woodwork, ceramics, African bead work, crafted pottery and handmade Nguni-style tapestries woven by women from the Keiskamma Embroidery project (Eastern Cape).
R310 | Stellenbosch | +27 (0)21 809 1100
The Watershed opened in August 2014 as a replacement for both the old Red and Blue Craft Markets. Peruse the stalls and discover some of the best local design and craft products. This large, vibrant space houses over 150 tenants with more than 365 products ranging from home and decor to fashion and jewellery. The Watershed is open every day from 10am to 7pm.
V&A Waterfront | Cape Town | +27 (0)21 408 7840
Constantia Craft Market
Set in environmental parkland in the heart of Constantia; this elite market offers goods which echo the beauty of the African continent. Visit during the first and last weekend of every month for 100 small shops selling individual work. The market has credit card, refreshment, wheelchair and restroom facilities, with parking next door.
Alphen Common | Constantia Road | Constantia (opposite Constantia Village Shopping Centre)
Green Point Flea Market
Are you not sure what you're looking for? Visit the market that sells everything with over 400 stalls of cooking and electrical goods, antiques and bric-a-brac, books and magazines, and hardware. The market opens between 8:30am and 5pm every Sunday and you can also get your chops around some tasty morsels at the Food Emporium including fish and chips, boerewors rolls and Cape Malay delicacies.
Main parking area | Cape Town Stadium | Bill Peters Drive | Green Point | Cape Town | +27 (0)21 439 4805
Millstone Eco-friendly Farm Stall and Cafe
Head to one of Cape Town's best kept secrets for homely food in a relaxed setting with tables and chairs made from reclaimed timber. Visit between 9am and 5pm from Tuesday to Sunday to enjoy lazy breakfasts or lunches, vegetables delivered via horse and cart and homemade preserves and jams.
Oude Molen Eco Village | Alexandra Street | Pinelands | +27 (0)21 447 8226
Kirstenbosch Craft Market
Join 190 crafters offering a variety of hand crafted goods, refreshments and even pony rides. Visit between 9am and 1pm on the last Sunday of every month, from January to May, from September to November and the second and third Saturday of every month during December for gifts, curios, clothing and home ware. Why not take a stroll through Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens afterwards?
Rhodes Drive | Newlands (opposite main gates of Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens) | +27 (0)21 799 8800
Khayelitsha Craft Market
Head to this market for a chance to interact with locals, buy crafts and souvenirs and enjoy refreshments and traditional African meals. The market operates between 9am and 2pm on weekdays and between 9am and 12pm every Sunday.
St. Michaels and All Angels Anglican Church | Khayelitsha | +27 (0)21 361 5246
Milnerton Flea Market
Visit an excellent junk and second-hand flea market where you can find t-shirts, car parts, computers, Tupperware, telephones, exercise machines, kitchen sets, CD's, pancakes and ginger beer. The market with everything is open between 7am and 4pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Otto du Plessis Drive | Paarden Island | Cape Town
Century City Natural Goods Market
Are you looking for a unique gift or a handmade treasure? Head to an outdoor market with 40 traders stalls selling quality products and produce. Open from between 09:00 and 15:00 on the first Sunday of every month the market is a relaxed environment where you can also enjoy a good cup of coffee and a bite to eat.
Central Park | Park Lane | Century City | Cape Town | +27 (0)21 531 2173
Family Farmers Market at Lourensford Wine Estate
Nominated in Eat In Magazines 'Best Market' catergory of its Produce Awards for 2011 this market is home to delicious foods including breads, pastries, trout, cakes, vegetables and Bratwurst as well as a variety of wine, jewellery, plants and clothing. Visit between 9am and 4pm on the first Saturday and Sunday of every month to relax in their stunning gardens with an alfresco lunch whilst listening to live music. There's also plenty of kids entertainment. Read more about A One Day Holiday at Lourensford Wine Estate.
Lourensford Road | Somerset West | +27 (0)21 847 2259
Obs Holistic Lifestyle Fair
One of Cape Town's oldest markets this market will satisfy those with a holistic and healthy appetite with therapist and life readers, vegan, halal, organic and slow food, green, eco, recycled, health and healing products and much more. Open between 10am and 4pm on the first Sunday of every month the market is both dog and child friendly and offers patrolled parking.
Observatory Community Centre | Observatory (off Station and lower Main roads and Drake Street) +27 (0)21 788 8088
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