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
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
This authentic producers market is brimming with the choicest locally-produced foods, both the take-home and breakfast variety. Including free-range meats, chicken, lamb, dairy and cheese, the market also specializes in fresh-from-the-field veg, freshly baked and bottled goods, as well as a wide variety of fresh-off-the-coals breakfasts. The market also proudly offers the many plants and … Continue Reading about Wild Oats Farmers Market
Visitors to the Outeniqua Farmers’ Market will find nearly 130 food and craft stalls spread across a total trading area of 1 260m². The mix of trading stalls has been carefully planned to ensure that international visitors, domestic tourists and local residents find high quality, locally sourced and grown goods and produce.