Bay Harbour Market

Every weekend a little bit of good old-fashioned Cape Town comes to life in what used to be an unused fish factory in the pretty Hout Bay harbour. 

The Bay Harbour Market brings together crafters, artists and busking musicians every Saturday and Sunday. The smell of fresh fish grilling on the coals and the aroma of just-baked bread wafts in the air, whetting the appetite and giving shoppers a hint of traditional Cape food.

Colourful local dialects mix with languages from across the world as traders haggle with clients over the price of a piece of clothing, jewellery or art, while the sound of a saxophone or the strumming of a guitar rises above the cacophony.

One of the key elements of the Market is to give traders, many from disadvantaged backgrounds, an opportunity to develop their artistic and business skills, so that they can set up sustainable businesses.

Crafters sell their handmade goods. Photo courtesy of Cape Town Tourism

There are many food stalls at the market selling mouth watering food. Photo courtesy of coda

The Bay Harbour Market brings shopping, food and entertainment together in one space. Photo courtesy of coda

Palm Tree Mosque

Tucked in among restaurants, clubs and clothing stores in Cape Town’s fashionable Long Street is one of the city’s most enduring and historical spiritual spaces: the Palm Tree Mosque.

Dine-with-a-Local

Dine-with-a-Local is an exciting alternative to eating out in regular Cape Town restaurants and is not only passionate about local cuisine. Our passion also carries through to the visitors received in the culturally diverse South Africa.

Proudly Macassar Pottery

Proudly Macassar Pottery is a social enterprise, situated in an old tavern building in Macassar, Cape Town. We use the production of clay UDU drums and flutes to create a space for at-risk youths from the surrounding community to discover themselves and a purposeful, sustainable and economically empowered lifestyle.

High-Five

Kite surfing is exploding in popularity all over the world and with its combo of consistent winds and perfect spots Cape Town, which is known as Mecca to Kitesurfers, is THE place to find out what the craze is all about.

With lessons running daily from our international team of experienced and qualified instructors we will have you up and riding safely in no time at all, people of all ages can learn!

Cape Town Watersports

Feel Like a Local… Not a Tourist

Cape Town has become one of the world’s top watersports destinations. People come for windsurfing, kiteboarding, surfing and stand up paddle boarding and because it’s a great place to bring the family.

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"What an amazing, family orientated venue with the very life of CPT under one roof"

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