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.
For centuries, mankind has looked upon climbing, hiking and scaling Table Mountain, our wonder of nature as the ultimate challenges – until the discovery of the exhilarating activity, Abseiling, that is!
Diamonds and the associated jewellery are very much engrained in the history of South Africa, with many global diamond and metal mining giants originating here.
Freshly cut flowers – including fynbos species such as king and pincushion proteas, depending on the season – are available from the friendly flower sellers in Adderley Street, where this trade has operated for the past 100 years. These flowers are generally a lot cheaper than anywhere else.
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Vicki Fick Titan Marketing
"What an amazing, family orientated venue with the very life of CPT under one roof"