Lovely place to visit and do a bit of shopping. Peaceful cafes too. Will be going back to watch the glass blowing soon.
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We spent a very pleasant 60 minutes or so wandering round the craft village and in and out of the various shops. Lots of different craft activities to see. The craftsmen and women were all very friendly and happy to chat about their craft. Prices...More
Worth a look especially if it's raining pretty rare but does happen! Crafts of all sorts little restaurant public loos no charge to go in!
Dear Shisharette S I would like to thank you for visiting our Village and for taking the time to write a review about the Crafts Village. With thanks and regards Maria.
Just a bunch of craft shops in one place . Pretty boring and no actual craft going on when we visited . Glass shop looked interesting but held my attention for only a short while . No glass blowing happening at the time so just...More
Dear Peter j I would like to thank you for the comment. I'm sorry that your experience at the Village was not a positive one for you. First of all, it depends on the day when you visited the village since the opening of each...More
Overall: 4 Comments: nice collection of various shops providing good stuff Location: 3, transportation is needed, such as hop-on hop-off Parking: - Offering: 4 Originality: 4 Presentation: 4 Atmosphere: 3-4 Service: 4 Cleanliness: 4 Price: 3-4 Price/value: 4 Revisit: if around
Dear Haruud I would like to thank you for taking the time to provide us with a review with regards to your experience at the Ta' Dbiegi Crafts Village. Your feedback is appreciated. With thanks and regards Maria.
There are various products all being made here. A leather factory/ shop, Gozo glass, a metalwork workshop, artists studios etc. Certainly worth a visit. Also a cafe with drinks and snacks. Lots of tourist coaches call in here.
Dear jandIUk It is always a pleasure for us when we receive such a positive feedback regarding this unique, Gozitan, artisanal experience which we offer at the Ta' Dbiegi Crafts Village. Thanks once again, Best regards Maria.
This craft village was recommended to us. We arrived by car and was lucky enough to find parking as there was limited space. There are various shops in the craft village. Our highlight was the glass factory where you can actually see how they make...More
Dear Meys Thanks for taking the time to visit the Ta' Dbiegi Crafts Village and to leave us your comments. With thanks and regards Maria Zammit Micallef
This was one of the first places we visited and my 12 year old daughter wanted to go back - which is unusual. Has a real mix of crafts and it was great to be able to speak to those making the products. We bought...More
Dear DaveJMartin I would like to thank you for taking the time to visit the Ta' Dbeigi Crafts Village and I am glad that you have enjoyed this unique experience in Gozo, not just once but twice! With thanks and regards Maria.
I have visited this craft village twice now, once in 2015 and now in March of 2017. Some shops are not open so the experience goes pretty quickly. The one that I have really enjoyed visiting both times is the sheet metal shop, they make...More
Dear Rene A Thanks for taking to taking the time to write your comment. Kindly note that this unique experience provides you with the opportunity to mingle with local artisans who are able to deliver the passion they have in their respective specialisations to our...More
Barely anything open, very expensive, very unfriendly and in a difficult location to reach as a tourist with a bus that does not come very often.. Greatly regretted coming.