Seasonal festivals include Wine Festivals, Harvest Festivals, Olive Festivals, Cheese Festivals, Food festivals, and many more take place in the region on a regular basis.
Then there are the numerous regular markets ranging from Art and Craft markets to fresh food markets.
Close by and famous markets
Visit the family market at the historic Blaauwklippen Wine Estate on a Sunday. The market has a range of stalls offering fresh produce and homemade products to crafts and plants. There are also live music, delicious food stalls and of course Blaauwklippen wines to enjoy.
The Harvest Market at the Lourensford Wine Estate offers fresh produce and traditional food from a wide variety of regions. It also has some arts and craft stalls and is open on Sundays.
The Root 44 market at the Audacia Wine Estate is open every Saturday and Sunday. The market is housed in sturdy marquees (which means rain is never an issue), and offers funky live entertainment, craft and home ware stalls and a good selection of edible and drinkable treats.
Country Craft Market in Somerset West, every 2nd Saturday, offers genuine quality hand-made arts and crafts.
A comprehensive guide to the markets in Cape Town and the Western Cape. "Markets abound in the Cape. Whether it’s holistic therapies, hand-made crafts or gourmet treats you’re looking for, there’s a market that provides it. Use our market map to find a market near you, or browse through the market categories below if you’re looking for a specific kind of market, or one on a specific day of the week."