Cape Town loves a good market, not only are Markets a great place to socialise they have become the hub of street food and a variety of artisanal small brands.
No matter what kind of market you are looking for, Cape Town has it all. Cape Town Markets range from food markets, crafts, second-hand antiques as well as specialist gifts.
In this article, we are going to highlight some of our favourite markets and why.
Unlike most markets in Cape Town that operate over weekends, Mojo market has a fixed home in Sea Point. What is great about this market is that it is indoors with a wide variety of restaurants, craft stores and eateries.
Where: Sea Point
Summary: Vibrant, good food, Indoors, 7 Days a week, Live Music
Best things to do there: Meet up with friends, watch live sports
Unlike most Cape Town Markets, the Mojo market is open 7 days a week and it's open till late 11:00 - 23:00
Mojo Market doesn't have the same farmers' market feel, that said it caters for afternoons and evenings. It's the perfect market to go to when all others are closed. There are also great food options.
Best Food Stalls / Restaurants (25 Food Stalls)
Always buzzing 7 days a week
Great for live sports
Close to Sea point promenade
Daily 11:00 - 23:00
Location: Sea Point
Oranjezicht Farmers Market
The Oranjezicht Farmers market is a local favourite.
Oranjezicht has the perfect balance between artisanal products, great food stalls, fresh produce, and a fully stocked bar (lots of craft beers, gin and ciders on tap)
It’s the perfect place to stop in for breakfast or brunch on Saturday and Sunday Mornings.
Location: Granger Bay
Summary: Great vibe, good food
Always buzzing with people (The most popular market in Cape Town)
Lots of Parking
Meet with friends
Location: Granger Bay, v&a waterfront
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Bay Harbour Market
Rating 4.5 (Trip Advisor)
Where: Hout Bay
Summary: Vibrant market set in an old fish factory in Hout Bay, Live Music in working harbour.
Hout bay is a bit of a trip out of Cape Town, you are looking at a good 30-minute drive from the CBD, that said the drive is spectacular.
Best things to do there: Shop for souvenirs, a good place to listen to live music and eat good food. FISH AND CHIPS!
The Bay Harbour Market has over 80 stalls vending, Clothes, Shoes, Jewellery, Art and Souvenirs.
Variety of Art and Fashion Products
Unique Hout Bay Atmosphere