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Saturday mornings are a real treat in Knysna. The selection of day-markets is overwhelming. Go early to catch the freshest produce and sit outdoors in a relaxed environment while sipping on a gorgeous coffee. Homemade treats abound; in the mood for Asian wraps? What about German Bratwurst or Indian style goulash? Try some authentic Greek sweetmeats, or “tannie’s” homemade milk tart. Take your pick. Of course, there is always the full English breakfast option which goes down a treat.
Market stalls will also allow you to sample their fares- from stuffed olives to cured meats and goat’s cheese, your eyes (and tummy!) will be spoilt for choice. Take cash when you go to any of these markets as credit/debit card facilities are not always available.
Harkerville Market is rural and rustic, but vibey and vital - not only a farmer's market, but also a craft market - definitely all you could ever hope for in a typical South African Saturday Market ~ deep in the heart of the Garden Route, midway between Plettenberg Bay and Knysna on the N2.
Mosaic Market offer a wide variety of Food, Craft, Art, Books, Music as well as a play area for the Kids. There is ample parking and space to relax in the food court and catch up with friends.
Open every Saturday from 8 –Come for Breakfast and stay for lunch.
An exciting and significant landmark in the heart of the Garden Route, the multiple award-winning Wild Oats Community Farmer's Market is located on the outskirts of the tiny coastal town of Sedgefield.
The Friday Supper and Craft Market is co-coordinated by a team of Montessori Staff and is run as the school's main fundraiser with the bar staffed by volunteer parents.