CAPE TOWN MARKETS
A guide to markets in and around the city of Cape Town. This includes markets in the Cape Town metro: City Bowl & Atlantic Seaboard, Southern Suburbs, Northern Suburbs and South Peninsula. View featured markets below or scroll down to view markets filtered by type or by suburb.
MARKETS BY TYPE
CRAFT & DESIGN MARKETS
Local goods market held on the last Saturday of the month (9am-3pm). Browse the wares of crafty entrepreneurs and enjoy a variety of delicious eats from one of the eateries.
Mary Kihn Market is a newly established market in Observatory that offers a little bit of something for everyone – delicious food trucks, a variety shopping stalls, car boot sales…
MARKETS BY LOCATION
CITY BOWL & ATLANTIC SEABOARD MARKETS
Your friendly neighbourhood farmers market in the heart of Oranjezicht, where you can buy fresh local produce, sip coffee, and eat delicious food. Family-friendly and dogs are welcome. Weekly on Saturdays 8am-2pm (closed in winter)
SOUTH PENINSULA MARKETS
The newly imagined Hout Bay Village Market is open weekly on Sundays from 9am-3pm in Mainstream Park, Hout Bay (weather-dependent). CLOSED in June, July and August.
NORTHERN SUBURBS MARKETS
Monthly craft market in Durbanville. Held in the gardens of the Durbanville Presbyterian Church. 9am-2pm. First Saturday of the month (excluding January). Extra night market in December.