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Greyton Saturday Market

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Greyton Saturday Market

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2 Days, 1 Night - Exploring local gems of the Overberg Region & 4* Accommodation
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2 Days, 1 Night - Exploring local gems of the Overberg Region & 4* Accommodation

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Other than our unique biospheres, wildlife, diverse people, culture and history, one of the truly amazing aspects of living in Cape Town and the Western Cape is that we are privileged to enjoy both the majestic surrounding mountains as well as the beauty of the ocean.<br>On this 2 day/1 night tour, we manage to showcase this as locals, through a range of truly unforgettable experiences within the countryside and small villages of the Overberg Region. Alongside locals who feel as passionate about their home and trade as I do, we will forge a collection of memories that center around a common theme: "Born of the Sea, Guided by the Stars, Blessed by the Earth."<br>What makes this tour so unique is that it packs in many different elements of our incredible way of life here in the Western Cape, which will leave you with a true understanding of what locals enjoy... observe wild horses roaming through an historic town, spot whales, dolphins and penguins off a stunning coast line and so much more!
US$221,08 per adult
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Don Packett wrote a review Dec 2020
Western Cape, South Africa422 contributions64 helpful votes
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The Greyton Market has a little bit of everything. From great pancakes and desserts to meats and cheeses, all wrapped up in great music supplied by one of the local artists.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Ryan DT wrote a review Feb 2020
Dammam, Saudi Arabia8 contributions2 helpful votes
With us being from Cape Town. I feel we are very spoilt with very big markets with a lot of selection. But with that being said this market has an awesome selection of fresh cooked food from the locals amazing samosas, organic products and amazing coffee. The same artist played at pure cafe the day before he is so talented!! If you are looking for a market with fresh veg and fruit then we heard there is a market on a Wednesday that we sadly missed which I would’ve loved to of seen and bought from. Other than that small and intermit for a good morning coffee and night to eat. They only open for around 2 1/2 hours and it does get super busy
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Date of experience: February 2020
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IUTU wrote a review Dec 2019
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The Greton Saturday morning market should not be missed by visitors to this quaint village. Arrived on Friday evening and woke up to the aroma of the best coffee served out of a "trailer"! Pancakes followed and other delicious home made delights. We needed more time but did manage to get in a beer from the brewery and a Sunday morning MTB ride.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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MichelleGraySA wrote a review Oct 2019
Plumstead, South Africa107 contributions5 helpful votes
We live in Cape Town so we are spoiled for choice when it comes to markets. I was looking forward to attending this market and we made sure we left Cape Town early enough to arrive by 10:00 when it opened. The vibe was great and the choices were the usual selection of jams, jewelry, coffee, second hand books etc. The usual you would find at a market. But we ended up going for a walk around Greyton after about 10 minutes. I was expecting a bigger variety of plants and fresh veggies. So in terms of variety, it was average. In terms of meeting the locals, it was spot on and a lot of fun!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Leane B wrote a review Jul 2019
Cape Town, South Africa173 contributions17 helpful votes
Take a walk around the Greyton Saturday Market and experience the beautiful home made products. You can sample cheese, jams, breads, biltong, droewors, cakes, slices, pancakes, coffee and fresh produce. There are some little craft stalls, a huge book stall and a chance to support the one of the local animal welfare organisations. Take your own shopping bags. You won’t be disappointed.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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