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Blauwklippen Market

Blauwklippen Market

The Blaauwklippen Family Market has become renowned for being the best way to spend a Sunday in the Western Cape. Not only are there a wide range of mouth-watering foods and creative crafts, but there’s also fantastic entertainment and plenty of space for the kids to run free and play.

If you’re looking to appease your appetite there’s plenty to please, whether it be banting burgers, scrumptious samosas or any of the incredible international cuisine on offer; Greek kebabs, German Flammkuchen, Chinese dumplings and more! All this paired perfectly with Blaauwklippen wines, live music from the very best talented local musicians, to ensure a toe-tapping good time!

In addition to the wide array of arts & crafts, clothing and gadgets, the Family Market is joined monthly by an amazing antique fair, with bits and bobs from yesteryear. And while the adults shop, the kids can play, on any of the fantastic children’s activities or the popular pony rides. Even fur kids are welcome, as every 3rd Sunday dog lovers can enjoy the Vineyard Doggy Walk with all proceeds going towards the Helderberg Animal Welfare Society.

Tel: 021 8800133        www.blauwklippen.com

Elgin Market

Elgin Market

Elgin Railway Market is the brainchild of businessman Roger Orpen, who converted the old apple warehouse into a bustling steampunk station market boasting local vendors, live music and a gateway to the beautiful Overberg town.
Inspired by the barn’s railway-side setting, Orpen took his creative cues from the invention of steam and the industrial age, milestones accompanied by the rapid development of rail networks across the world. Creating a beautiful space where art deco meets Victorian, the Market is unlike any other in South Africa.
The next step in Orpen’s plan was to bring a steam train to the Market, which he now does a few times a month in partnership with the Ceres Rail Company. The whistle and steam of the arriving train is a must-see for children (and adults) and a bucket list experience for the passengers who sign up to take the ride. Visitors to the market can greet the train on the station platform or view its arrival from the Market’s leisure deck overlooking the railway.

Tel: 021 204 1158    info@elginrailwaymarket.co.za   www.elginrailwaymarket.co.za

Lourensford Market

Lourensford Market

Be it to escape city life, or to experience something slightly off the winelands beaten track, the Helderberg Basin has become the trendiest new stop. And one of the favourite destinations within our spectacular mountain fringed valley is the Lourensford Market.
Situated on the stunningly scenic and historic Lourensford Wine Estate, we didn’t have to add much to appeal to all the senses. When visiting, you are spoiled with sprawling lawns, majestic trees and newly landscaped, award-winning gardens with an interactive fountain. A rare and special space to soak up all of nature’s beauty!
Add to that our vibrant market, boasting more than 70 permanent stalls, as well as a number of pop-ups to ensure an interesting mix. Housed in a permanent u-shaped structure with both a modern and rustic feel – it is unlike any other market space around. Quality products are our first priority and when strolling from vendor to vendor, you will find everything from delectable food, uniquely handmade wares and original art, to organic, locally sourced, artisanal produce. Our neighbours at the MOTOR Studio, has the finest cars ever to be manufactured in the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s on show and is also the home of ABRU Craft Beer. Lourensford Estate’s superb wine collection also complements the inevitable festive atmosphere.
Our signature Friday night Twilight Market has become the local, after-work hangout where friends and family come together to ease into the weekend. Take a stroll down our Fairy Light Lane, visit your favourite vendors and grab a seat to enjoy the ultimate night-market experience!

Tel: 0722841654                         hello@lfhm.co.za

Cape Peninsula Drive

Cape Peninsula Drive

There are most probably only a hand full of scenic routes around the world that can hold a candle to the roads that circle the Cape Peninsula to form the Cape Peninsula Scenic Drive. From the winding M3 route through leafy southern suburbs, the vistas of Boyes drive above Muizenberg, the splendour of Chapman’s Peak between Noordhoek and Hout Bay to the last stretch along the Atlantic Seaboard past Llandudno through Campsbay, Seapoint and then full circle back to the City of Cape Town, this is a true “bucket list sightseeing experience”.

Four Passes Drive

Four Passes Drive

Deciduous fruit is the backbone of the economy of the Western Cape – enjoy a day in spectacular and changing scenery – Sir Lowry’s Pass with its breathtaking views of False Bay and the Cape Peninsula takes the visitor to the heart of apple growing in South Africa; the Viljoen’s Pass leads us over the Groenkloof Mountain; the Franschhoek Pass takes us into the Huguenot village of Franschhoek, an important wine producing area; and the Helshoogte Pass to Stellenbosch, the City of Oaks and centre of wonderful tapestries of vineyards and fruit orchards.