Browse, purchase, picnic and relax in the sun surrounded by magnificent mountains and indigenous shade trees.
The setting for the Hout Bay Craft Market is magical and the crafters are happy-go-lucky folk who exude the peaceful, country vibe that is Hout Bay.
The variety of crafts is mind boggling – clothing, knitwear, leather work, iron and steel work, African curious, wire work, basketry, handmade soaps, woodwork, ceramics, needlework, glass work, mirrors, jewellery, paintings, puppets, candle-wicking, braunmalerie, shell ware, hammocks, plants, children’s toys plus much more.
DARG (Domestic Animal Rescue Group) often bring dogs of all shapes and sizes to market to find "new parents" for them.
A jumping castle and pony rides keep the youngsters busy. Wandering minstrels and buskers entertain visitors and a face painter brightens up the children’s faces.
The kilo bookstall, second hand book stall, collectables and antiques are also popular.
Numerous food stalls offer a tempting array of Malay specialities, homemade soups in winter, smoothies in summer, hamburgers, toasted sandwiches, hotdogs, pancakes, vegetarian, falafels, spring rolls, cakes, doughnuts and ice cream – the list goes on.
Open every Sunday 09:00 – 16:00
Village Common, Main Road, Hout Bay.
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