The Friday Supper and Craft Market is a great local gathering in Knysna with a good vibe, where you can enjoy good food and music with friends and family. This established market has been trading for the past 11 years. It is coordinated by a team at The Knysna Montessori School and is run as … Continue Reading about The Knysna Friday Market
You’ll find the Hermanuspietersfontein Food & Wine Market – the longest standing Overberg institution of its kind – hidden in the far corner of The Village on the corner of the R43 and R320 The Saturday morning place where local and international food and wine lovers meet. Choose from a buffet of classic breakfast, savouries, … Continue Reading about Hermanuspietersfontein Food & Wine Market
A small market with a lot of soul. Where good friends meet, eat, and buy beautiful things… An amazing 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, as well as live music, plants and all … Continue Reading about Hermanus Country Market
The Market Square, once used as an “outspan” for churchgoers coming from the outlying farms by wagon or cart once a month for Holy Communion, now hosts the Saturday Morning Market.
Harkerville Market is rural and rustic, but vibey and vital – not a flea market, not just a craft market, not only a farmers’ market – but definitely all you could ever hope for in a typical South African Saturday Market – deep in the heart of the Garden Route, midway between Plettenberg Bay and … Continue Reading about Harkerville Market
Good food, delicious drinks, lively tunes and brilliant company – we at ROOT44 know South Africans enjoy nothing more. That’s precisely why we’ve created the perfect all-weather setting where you, friends and family can come together rain or shine. We’re a market with a difference: housed in sturdy, super cosy Downings marquees (which means rain … Continue Reading about Root 44 Market
The Robertson Farmers Market has been trading in fresh produce and tasty homemade delicacies since 2005. We are always part of Robertson’s Special Festivals, namely Hands on Harvest, Wacky Wine Weekend, Robertson Slow and Wine on the River.