Posted on 12/19/2017

Must visit Cape Town markets - Nox Rentals

The number of markets in Cape Town has grown substantially over the past few years and there are always new ones coming up.Cape Town markets area great place to find local trinkets and designs to take home to remember your holiday in Cape Town. Even more, there is always delicious food on offer.



The Neighbourgoods Market

Open every Saturday between 9 and 3 and located in the historic Old Biscuit Mill in Salt

Mojo Market

Open 7 days a week from 7am til 10pm and located onRegent road in Sea

Oranjezicht City Farm Market

Open every Saturday 10 to 4 and located in Granger

City Bowl Market

Open every Thursday evening from 4:30 - 8:30 and located on Hope Street in the City

Market at the Palms

Open every Saturday from 9am - 2:30pm and can be found at the Palms Centre in

V&A Food Market

The market is located at the V&A Waterfront. Open hours for Winter1st May to 31st October:Sunday toThursday10h00 - 19h00Friday & Saturdays:10h00 to 20h00Open hours for Summer 1st Novemberto 30th AprilSunday toThursday10h00 to 20h00Friday &

Greenmarket Square

Open between 9am - 4pm Monday - Saturday and located in Green Market square in the City Centre.

Southern Suburbs


Bay Harbour Market

Open on Friday nights 5 - 9pm and Saturdays and Sundays 9:30am - 4pm. The market can be found on Harbour road in Hout

Earth Fair Food Market

This market has two locations and open hours. The Tokai market is open on Wednesdays3 - 8:30 pm and Saturdays 9 - 2. It can be found in the South Palms Centre. The St Georges Mall market is open 11 - 3 and is located in Upper St Georges Mall in the City

The Blue Bird Garage

Open every Friday night 4 - 10pm and is located in

Northern Suburbs


The Lourensford Market

Open Friday nights 5 - 9pm and Sundays 10 - 3 and is found on the Lourensford Wine

Milnerton Flee Market

This market is no longer located in Milnerton and is now found on Marine Drive. It's open on Saturday 7:30 - 2 and Sunday 8 -
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