Captiva Island Farmer’s Market Returns to South Seas
December 11, 2018
The Captiva Island Farmers Market, a seasonal open-air market located at the entrance of South Seas Island Resort, kicks off their 2019 season on Tuesday, January 1 from 9AM – 1PM. The market will continue every Tuesday through April 30, 2019, and is open to both guests of South Seas Island Resort and the public.
Items available for purchase include just-picked produce, seafood, cheese, freshly-cut flowers, native plants, prepared foods, soaps, candles, smoothies, organic meats and so much more.
Confirmed vendors include:
Bente Designs – handcrafted jewelry
Catherine’s Art Corner – handmade pottery
Chef Robert’s Mediterranean Foods – hummus, baklava, olives, tapenade and more
Currie’s BBQ – BBQ prepared on-site
Dynasty Guacamole – guacamole and salsas made on-site
Ernesto and Luigi – sauces, lasagna, meatballs, sandwiches and more
Farmer Mike – fresh produce and flowers from Bonita Springs
Foot Spa – hand-loomed Turkish towels, blankets, robes
Heritage Honey – raw, local honey, including Captiva honey
Holi Cow – boho-chic handmade clothes
Island Seafood – Pine Island seafood vendor
Jimmy’s Java – coffee
LuLa Bags – hand-loomed cotton boho-chic bags from Colombia
Madagascar Hats – handwoven seagrass hats from Madagascar
Moringa Tea – Moringa farmer that sells product made with Moringa
Mr. Fun Guy – organic mushroom farmer
Paradise Soap – handmade soaps, lotions, and candles
Pasta Machine – fresh pastas and raviolis
Pilar’s Empanadas – various kinds of freshly made empanadas
Savory Spoon – made-to-order grilled cheeses, waffles, smoothies, pressed juices
Steff and Andre – Tagua Nut jewelry
Twelve Seasons Farm
Twisted Acres – decorative air plants
On Friday, December 28 from 10AM – 3PM, just a few days before the farmers market’s opening day, South Seas Island Resort will play host to the Captiva Island Art Walk. Taking place in the same location as the farmers market, those perusing the Art Walk will find pottery, handmade cards, paintings, hand-loomed Tunisian towels and bags, glass art, polymer clay jewelry, handmade hair accessories, hand-poured candles, tie-dyed clothes, aprons, aromatherapy bracelets, upcycled wooden jewelry and more.
We hope to see you there!