The Nelspruit Farmers Market takes place from 7am to 11pm once a month at the Nelspruit Show Grounds.
A large marquee is packed to capacity with tables that groan under the weight of fresh veggies, fruit and homemade baked goodies! Apart from food and preserves, crafts, plants, jewellery and paintings are also on sale.
There are plenty of activities to keep the kids happy; pony rides, jumping castles and candyfloss are just a few!
Over 60 stalls of the finest local farm produce, homebakes, plants and flowers, outdoor breakfast and live music – no matter what the weather does. An authentic taste of the Garden Route – fresh produce and goods every Saturday. It’s the one under the trees!
This spectacular award-winning food market happens every Saturday morning, all year round, with an exceptional display of local food fare. Anyone looking to support farming & low food-mile shopping while simultaneously taking in the vibey, social, town-meets-country atmosphere is promised a stunning variety of breakfasts, confectionery, fruit, meat & veg, take-home meals, flowers, indigenous plants & more! This is an authentic taste of the Garden Route located in the beautiful Lakes District.
The Karkloof Farmers Market is open from 07h00 to 11h00 every Saturday. This fresh produce market is conveniently housed in a shed so don’t let a rainy Saturday morning stop you from shopping.
There is a large selection of produce on offer ranging from fruit and vegetables, to cheese, herbs, fruit and fresh flowers.
Pony rides, a sand pit and a jungle gym are on offer for the kids.
Fresh produce, pickles, preserves and home industry and craft food etc
On the N2, between Knysna and Plettenberg Bay, the Harkerville Market has been going for 10 years and is a market with a difference; not a flea market, not a craft market, not completely a farmers market but a bit of the best of all three.
A wonderful way to spend a Saturday morning whether browsing for books and flowers or perhaps purchasing a bag full of delicious locally produced cheeses, fresh mushrooms, delicious pies, organic vegetables and homemade bread.
Breakfast is also served under the trees, so arrange to meet friends and family under the oaks for a Saturday morning catch up! There is ample parking available. The market is on from 8am until midday, every Saturday.
A typical South African Saturday morning market, you will find many local delicacies as well as freshly baked bread, pies and pancakes and a host of other yummies. Purchase a picnic lunch at the Lady Slipper Farm Market.
Family friendly, your kids can play in the play area whilst you shop and explore the market.
The market is held at the Dutch Reformed Church on the Van Stadens River grounds from 8am until 12 noon every Saturday.
- Artisanal Beer
- Boutique Wines
- Chicken Pies, Flatties, Strips
- Chilli Products
- Cup Cakes
- Dried Fruit
- Frozen Pies
- German Sausages
- Goats Cheese
- Gourmet Cakes
- Gourmet Mushrooms
- Indian & Moroccan Foods
- Jams, Marmalades & Preserves
- Pasta and Frozen Italian Meals
- Rooibos Products
- Smoked Salmon
- Bead Work
- Crystal Jewellery
- Designer Clothing
- Doggie Products
- Educational Bath Products
- Essential Herbs
- Herbazone Products
- Laser Cut Products
- Leather Goods
- Leather Shoes
- Paint on Wood
- Picture Frames
- Silk Scarves
- Stained Glass
- Steel Work
- Teddy Bears
- Wooden Craft
Weekly Farmers Market
The emphasis at the Michael Mount Organic Market is on items handcrafted using natural materials, as well as on organically grown, fresh produce and preservative-free foodstuffs.
120 stalls mean that you will probably not go away empty handed. In terms of goods, expect to find hand-painted and embroidered linen, table and bed ware, angora clothing, silk, mohair, linen and cotton with accessories of handcrafted leather.
There is also pottery, glass and jewellery on offer. The Organic Market boasts three different tea gardens, which offer cakes, pies, quiches, sandwiches and pizzas. There are pony rides and a gem scratch patch for the little ones. Michael Mount has plenty of parking and there are facilities for the disabled.
A now-beloved institution in the Milkwood Village, Wilderness, the Milkwood evening market is a wonderful gathering of market sellers, punting their handmade wares through to cheeses, artisanal breads, cured meats and delicious food.
Enjoy an authentic South African braai between browsing around the arts and crafts, tapping your feet to live music.
The vibrant atmosphere makes this something visitors to the market have come to rely on as a place that always has tons going on. Pop in at one of the restaurants or pubs and enjoy a craft beer. Try on unique clothing and shop around for interesting keepsakes.
Step into the forest and admire the outstanding crafts under the trees. Here you will also be able to get quality, freshly picked ingredients.
Fresh vegetables from the local farms look and taste delectable while the cakes, quiches and selection of homemade breads are also popular. Chef Angela Papakonstantinou brings with her an array of delights from tartlets, hummus, rocket pesto, olive tapenade, baklava, goats cheese and more.
The atmosphere is welcoming and being out in nature in the morning, selecting a variety of tasty goods has such an appeal.