Discover fresh seasonal ingredients, meet the people producing your food, and experience the community’s true culture.
As sure as the warm weather rolls in every spring, farmers’ markets grace towns with fresh produce, seasonal ingredients, artisanal products, and community culture. Local farmers’ markets showcase regional identity, and we love visiting fresh produce suppliers in Plett. With such a rich agricultural offering, you will go home with a delicious meal, no matter the season.
The Wednesday Market at Old Nick is an excellent excuse to pop out for a midweek experience. With an array of locally grown and homemade foods on offer, the vendors ply their trade with happy hearts and a cheerful disposition. Always worth a visit.
The Saturday Harkerville Market is the big brother of markets in the Plett area. Choosing from a wide selection of fresh produce, mouth-watering breakfasts and other treats, all the while meeting up with familiar faces for that important community catch up. Start your weekend with their Bundu Breakfast and finish your shop with a tasty frozen fruit delight.
Struggling to put together the perfect dessert? Thank goodness for Thyme & Again! The choice of sweet treats will make you the envy of all hostesses. Catering to fussy dietary requirements, the girls have you covered. Just make sure you change the packaging if you want to keep your secret.

Longing to experience the wealth of tastes and textures that bountiful vegetables have to offer? At Bocca Dolce, vegan cuisine is taken to the next level. The fact that just about every ingredient is grown on this beautiful farm is an added bonus. From sweet to savoury to their cheeky mushroom biltong, the food is interesting and delicious. Well worth a visit!


The 2017 MTO Tour de Plett is counting down to race day. The route is looking good, prize money has been increased and there are several enhancements to the race village.

The Tour de Plett is held in aid of the Kwano Cycling Academy. In February 2014, the Kwano Cycling Academy (KCA) was launched in partnership with the Murray High School in Kwanokathula and is used as a catalyst to uplift historically disadvantaged youngsters and communities.

Visit for more information on the route and race village.