The Elgin Valley Market

The Elgin Valley Market every Saturday from 7:30am to 1pm

From all over the Overberg, traders and visitors converge at the Elgin Valley Market to enjoy the fresh fare & healthy food that has made the area such a popular tourist destination. The Elgin Valley is an ideal week-end getaway destination for nature lovers, wine enthusiasts, culinary explorers and adventure seekers. The Elgin Valley Market is a central starting point for visitors – only 75km from Cape Town. Meet the farmers, the artisans and producers of fine foods at this vibrant gathering place. Peregrine Farm Stall showcases the regions abundant supply of fresh produce, home-made fare, fruit, flowers and wine. At present there are more than 30 stalls every week from African Curios to Elgin Honey to locally produced woodwork. The Food Court boasts hearty breakfasts, fine wine, cupcakes, deli products, sandwiches, fresh fish and lots more. Enjoy some art and other fine things in the Bulk Store. Building on the strengths of the previous markets held at Rockhaven, the new courtyard site at Peregrine Farm Stall promises a convenient new home for the Elgin Valley Market. Bursting with fresh produce, the farmers market will cater for the whole family’s basic as well as exotic food requirements. Gourmet snacks will share the courtyard with free -range eggs…

Please contact Justin for further information: 083 324 4766

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