This infamous race returns in 2017 with a new route that leads aspiring amateur and professional mountain bikers from around the world through approximately 700 kilometres of the unspoilt nature of the Western Cape.
Come and experience an environment where the emphasis is on quality hand crafted goods, unique art and photography, clothing made from natural fibres, a deli filled with rich, wholesome foods and, of course, fresh organic and naturally grown produce.
If happiness is a shared meal, then Gabriëlskloof Restaurant, the gorgeously appointed culinary hotspot on the ‘koppie’ outside Bot River, is your happy place this winter, where their new Sharing Sundays cater for slow-cooked, shared meals a la family style.
The Irene Village Market is an art market on the shady grounds of the Smuts House Museum, about 40 kilometres north of Johannesburg.
Opening up every Saturday under the trees off of Bankovs Boulevard is Boeremark – Bloemfontein’s biggest open air market.
At the Hazel Food Market they seek to provide you with the best food products Pretoria has to offer and aim to always offer exciting new tastes to make your Saturday mornings something to look forward to.
The Village Market @ Cape Quarter is a unique, European Lifestyle Market that supports local goods and produce, all the while striving to be as organic and environmentally friendly as possible.
Rosebank’s high profile Rooftop Market was established in 1993, transforming a grey parking area into what has become Gauteng’s foremost Sunday destination for shopping and entertainment.
The Neighbourgoods Market takes place every Saturday rain or shine in both Cape Town and Johannesburg. The market reflects their commitment to urban regeneration and the goal to revive and reinvent the Public Market as a civic institution.