Milnerton Informal Market
Milnerton Flea Market
The most important thing to know about the Milnerton Flea Market is that it isn’t in Milnerton! Although that is where the market began some years ago, it is now a bustling collection of over 200 stalls covering an area the size of 4 football fields on Marine Drive (R27) not too far from its original home and a stone’s throw from Lagoon Beach.
A market with a mountain view
This market is famous for the wide variety of used items on sale, ranging from humble domestic tools and utensils to bric-a-brac, collectables, militaria and antiques at bargain prices. A great selection of mobile food stalls and food trucks cater to every taste, and you can relax after a busy shopping spree with Table Mountain and Table Bay as your stunning backdrop canvas.
Easy to get to and easy once you get there
The market is easily accessible and the broad walkways make it wheelchair, pram, child and animal friendly. There is ample seating to flop onto after when shopping fatigue hits.
The market opens on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays (excluding Christmas and Easter) from 07h00 to 15h00, weather permitting. Call ahead to find out if the rains have chased the bargains away.
Tel: +27 (0) 21 551 7879
Address: Marine Drive (R27) Paarden Island, Cape Town
Directions: Take the N1 from Cape Town in the direction of Paarl, take Exit 4 onto the R27. After 3km the market is on the left.
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