Markets which are organised and populated primarily by the local community.

Market profiles (A-Z):

  • Blue Bird Garage Food & Goods Market (Muizenberg)

    Weekly evening food market at Blue Bird Garage in Muizenberg. Fridays 4pm-10pm.

  • Boston Craft Market (Bellville)

    Boston Craft Market is a regular craft market, roughly every two months, offering a unique market experience in the heart of Boston, Bellville.

  • Burgundy Family Market

    The Burgundy Family Market is a Community Market for Burgundy Estate and The Surrounding areas. Selected Sundays (usually monthly). 9am to 3pm.

  • Capri Village Family Markets

    The Capri Village Family Market is a community fundraiser market held on selected Sundays (9am-2pm) at Capri Village.

  • City Bowl Market on Hope (Gardens)

    Weekly food market in Gardens. Held on Thursday evenings (4.30pm-8.30pm). 14 Hope Street, Gardens.

  • Earth Fair Market (Tokai)

    The Earth Fair Market is a weekly food market held on Saturdays (8.30am-2pm) and Wednesdays (4pm-9pm) in Tokai.

  • Gansbaai Farmers Market

    The Gansbaai Farmers Market is held in Gansbaai every Saturday from 9am-2pm (weather-permitting). Traders specialise in organic, homemade and home-grown products and no plastic or polystyrene packaging or imported products are allowed.

  • Glencairn Community Market

    The Glencairn Community Market is a vibey market for everyone, offering a wide variety of stalls from leather goods, vintage clothing and jewelry to craft beer and Animal Card readings. Selected Sundays.

  • Hermanus Country Market (Hermanus)

    A small weekly market held at Hermanus Cricket Club in Hermanus. Saturday mornings 9am-1pm. Special night markets in the Christmas holidays.

  • Just Nuisance Community Market (Simonstown)

    Monthly community market held at Jubilee Square in Simonstown. Generally the 2nd Saturday of the month. 9.30am-3pm.

  • Kom Market (Kommetjie)

    Monthly community market held on selected Saturdays. 9am-2pm. Kommetjie. A community market supplying many beautiful products, hand-crafted clothes and foodstuffs including organic, vegan and gluten-free.

  • Marina Craft & Food Market

    Monthly craft and food market held in the Marina da Gama.  First Saturday of the month.

    When: First Saturday of each month. 10am-2pm
    Where: San Marina Recreation Hall, 8 Cormorant Street, Marina da Gama
    Who to contact:  Maureen and Caz – 076 395 4027

  • Miems Markie (Pringle Bay)

    The Miems Markie is a local market held weekly on Saturdays (10am-2pm) at Miems Restaurant in Pringle Bay.

  • Porterville Farmer’s Market

    The Porterville Farmers Market is a weekly farmers market held at Houdconstant Farm, Porterville. Saturdays from 9am-2pm.

  • Pure Boland Market (Worcester)

    Farmers market on the first Saturday of the month (except JANUARY) at the Green Shed in Brandwacht, Worcester. 9am-2pm.

  • Steenbokfontein Farmers Market (Lambert’s Bay)

    Awesome market with local produce and entertainment! Steenbokfontein, Lambert’s Bay, West Coast. Last Saturday of the month. 9am-3pm. 060 458 8650 /

  • The Hub Market (Newlands)

    Small, informal organic goods market held more or less monthly in Newlands. Generally last Saturday of the month – 9.30am-midday. Likely to be seasonal.

  • The Woodstock Market

    The Woodstock Market is a family / community market held on selected Sundays (9am-3pm) at Trafalgar Park in Woodstock.

  • Wild Oats Market (Sedgefield)

    Small but popular farmers market located on the outskirts of the tiny coastal town of Sedgefield on the Garden Route. Held every Saturday throughout the year. Summer: 7:30-12 noon | Winter: 8:00-12 noon

(Note: Times and dates are subject to change. Cape Markets relies on market organisers for this information and cannot guarantee its accuracy. Always check with market organisers if in any doubt.)

Get the Friday Market Newsletter

Just in time to plan the weekend! Join our mailing list to receive the latest market news from Cape Town and surrounds.

Yay! You've successfully subscribed - we hope you enjoy it!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This