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Wonderful art to be seen..lots of parking..just wear your walking shoes..lots to see and lots to buy..food stalls, nearby ATM, Filling station, restaurants, rows and rows of goods to see at this market..walking distance to the Saturday local market..a must be..from oysters (bring your champagne or white wine) to canned fruit, jams, fresh veggies, fruit, pancakes, spring rolls, dried fruit,... 更多
The most exquisite local handcrafted items are on display each Saturday morning at this wonderful market - part of the Sedgefield Trio of Top Morning Markets in the Garden Route! Here you will find many special gifts for yourself and others. Well worth visiting on a Saturday morning.
Local crafts, food market from local farmers, home made cakes, breakfasts. drinking places pick anything and enjoy sitting under the age old trees on logs for tables and chairs ..... music fills the air, flowers perfume wafts past you as you step into local markets offering everything you can think of .... a must visit ... go on an empty... 更多
Whenever we go to Knysna, which is not as often as we would love to go, we make a point of going to the Scarab Village in Sedgefield. On a Saturday morning it erupts into a huge festival as the Wild Oats country market is right next door. The fresh produce and food stuff on sale is a pure delight... 更多
A lovely way to start your weekend - go visit the local craft market on a Saturday morning with friends. Catch-up over coffee and have a look at all the new and wonderful items on display.
The Scarab market is best visited on a Saturday morning, when you can also visit the Wild Oats market next door. Be warned, you have to go early if you want to catch the early worm. Ideal place to breakfast or lunch: lovely, fresh food abound...smoothies, breakfasts, fresh cheeses, cakes, a good selection of breads, etc. There are loads of... 更多
We visited during a weekday. It was very quiet - Living Rocks was by far the most interesting shop for me as well as the paper shop which makes paper with elephant dung. There were people in the brewery.