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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
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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
This Crafts Village in Gharb was just around the corner from where we were staying.
Not a huge place but packed with lots of small shops where you could by everything from Food, Drink, Glassware, Linen from the Maltese culture.
My Husband purchased a sun...More
Fourth year in a row we have stopped off now and we always buy something different and lovely at a different workshop each time. Well worth an hour to wander round. We prefer this craft village to the one at Ta Qali
Not sure what the appeal is. Most workshops were closed, the ones that were open were not particularly interesting, even though the people we spoke to were friendly. The best things to see were the adorable stray cats.
This is a great place if you're looking to buy quality local products and see how things are actually made.
The knitwear in Rossana's is amazing and super value. She's one of a kind and has her own special charm.
The glass and ceramics are...More
Return visit to visit the ink metal worker based in craft village. The metal work is beautiful art . Each piece takes between 4 to 16 hours to make. The artist is local and a great historian of Gozo. Very willing to discuss local culture...More
There’s a great little cafe in the craft village. The best thing in the craft village with seating inside and out. Very cheap too. They do great Banana ice cream and also great chips too. Best chips and banana ice cream I have ever tasted....More
Nice to see the local crafts but I wouldn’t say that there was anything exceptional. The cafe is basic, ok for a coffee stop but perhaps not so much for a meal. I had a wrap which was 90% lettuce and the salads were very...More