Farmers Markets and More

Farmers Markets and More

The Hout Bay Market Route

Discover Hout Bay along a different route. Find the perfect weekend activity. Explore the variety of markets in Hout Bay. These lifestyle experiences will undoubtedly become your favourites.

Shop Local

Authentic products, always backed up with a story, will impress you with their quality, tastes, uniqueness, and more. When you shop at these markets, you help hundreds of small businesses and entrepreneurs realize their dreams.

First Fruits Farmers Market  is a community-driven initiative that strives to create a sustainable living environment. First Fruits showcases high-quality local produce and creates local jobs. 

The Market is held on the first Saturday of each month, each with a new feature. Enjoy the beautiful setting, wide-open spaces, kid-friendly, and indulge in the delicious treats on offer. 

Catch the next market on 2nd April 2022.

Valley Farmstall the perfect activity for the family with young kids. Many fun activities for the kids to learn through play as they observe the many animals present. This ideal setting allows one to explore nature and enjoy tranquility. The Valley Farmstall offers authentic farm-style meals.

Love in the Bowl is the vision of Gordon Aeschliman. His mission is to alleviate food shortage and poverty. Show your support by visiting their farm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Shop at their online store – get fresh, high-quality, organic vegetables and all that wholesome goodness while supporting this worthy cause. 

Your purchase contributes to feeding local families in the Hout Bay community.

Bay Harbour Market. One of the favourite markets of Cape Town and a landmark in Hout Bay. The vibe is electric! Catch the action and more every weekend Fridays to Sundays!

The Collective Hout Bay

There’s always something for every occasion at The Collective. 

Get inspired by the unique artworks on display.  Savor freshly brewed coffee and decadent goodies. The power of collaboration clips epitomised is this landmark building,  the Old Post Office of Hout Bay. This historical building houses unique and beautifully crafted items from over 80 local artisans.

31 Harbour Road.  This creative zone is always a buzz. Artisans and creatives come together to produce a memorable experience. Try the award-winning craft gins or taste the Urban legends, craft beer at its finest. The new kid on the block, The Green Room, is definitely worth visiting.

Sembach gallery houses unique artwork that will inspire you. Intle Art is a non-profit working with the surrounding communities teaching art and providing fantastic life skills workshops. Other crafters include the metal sculpture guys and Upholstery.

It’s Ambeloui’s Harvest Festival 2022 will be taking place on the 5th and 6th of March 2022. For those of you that can’t make it for the celebrations, and would just like to purchase some bubbly, you will be welcome to come and buy from the point of sale station during the weekend.
Take time out to give some of your time and support to some of the fantastic non-profits found in Hout Bay. We showcase these 3 today that are doing their bit to save the planet, so go on, show some love!

Sentinel Ocean Alliance.  This excellent charitable organisation creates innovative ocean opportunities while providing ocean education and conserving and protecting our oceans. Show your support and get involved. 

Blue Bay 2030 Hout Bay

BlueBay2030 strives to align to the UN Sustainable Development Goals of protecting life below water and creating a cyclic economy while achieving this. Show your support to this very worthy cause this weekend – participate in the “Power hour harbour clean up” taking place this Saturday 5th March @ 9am.