A friend had said that she heard that the glassblowing here was reminiscent of Venice ( Murano ). It is is many ways better.
There is everything imaginable here from inexpensive trinkets to the most sophisticated and beautiful works of art. The place is airy and, unlike Venice, there is no pressure to buy. You have all of the time you need to wander and discover. They give you attention when you ask for help and they leave you alone to discover for yourself. What is clear is that the glassblower and the owner, as well as the very helpful salespeople, really love glass.
Discover we did, the more we looked, the more we truly liked.
The only problem here is choosing because the more you stay, the more you see and admire.