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Ta' Dbiegi Crafts Village - Gozo's finest artisinal products Located at the foot of Gozo's natural highest point within the tranquil village of Gharb, Ta' Dbiegi is the oldest crafts village on the island of Gozo and is spread over an area of more...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Ta' Dbiegi Crafts Village | Frangisk Portelli Street, Gharb, Island of Gozo GRB1104, Malta
All reviews gozo glass glass blowing leather goods craft shops buy something pottery barn buy souvenirs for sale silver shop ta qali lace making metal sculptures candle shop worth a visit tourist shops small craft great gifts
We went to the Ta' Dbiegi Crafts Village because the weather that day wasn't great and it was close to where we were staying so we thought we'd have a look. I was expecting a very touristy experience. Boy was I surprised. Yes, the crafts...More
Just returned from here. It’s a collection of shops, with real craftsmen working in some of them. The glass, leather and metalwork all stand out as the real deal. The ceramics workshop and the candle shop were ok too, but not of the same quality....More
Our attention was held by the various outlets for barely one hour.The cafe was fine but the craft businesses,although in some cases interesting, had very overpriced prices. Much on sale could be bought more cheaply in Rabat.
It does give you an opportunity to use...More
This small craft village with around 10 shops, displays some of the excellent and talented craftsmanship available on Gozo including iron mongers, lace making, pottery, jewellers, leather, artist, glass maker etc. Situated on the main road to Dwerja it is worth visit if in the...More
Visited here as we were in the locality staying at the Kempinski next door.
This is a nicely laid out craft village with a number of outlets. My favourite was Gozo glass. Such beautiful glass products and In my opinion the best glass within the...More
We visit the craft village each time we come to Gozo. Over the years we have bought different gifts from the various crafts people. But the craftsman we keep returning to is John Grech at Inkwina his metalwork creations are beautiful. We now have a...More
This Craft village is smaller than the one at Ta' Ali, but don't dismiss it because of it's size. There is plenty to checkout - ceramics, ironwork, candles, Maltese foods and lacework amongst others, not forgetting the Gozo Glassworks where up to 2pm You can...More
Located on a place which used to be the quarters for the British military service, this is a nice place if you want to shop for souvenirs. It's closed on Sundays, open from 10:30 to 16:00 on week days and from 9:30 to 17:00 on...More