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Great place to spend an hour shopping for local ceramics. Make sure to check the time before you go - we arrived at 1pm, when most shops were closed for lunch and it was a ghost town. Stores don't reopen until 3pm or so. Not...More
A stop in Grottaglie is a must if you love ceramics. I visited on a Sunday which was not ideal - probably half the stores were closed (but that means half were open :) - but it was still a wonderful way to spend a...More
Quite a lot of different, nice Ceramic shops in Grottaglie. When you like ceramic, you definitively have to visit this nice place. Each shop has its own style, so it makes it worth to visit numerous shops to look for what you really like.
Tried to view here but it was all closed apart from a couple of shops where all the ceramics were the same as it other.Could not see anything else of interest in the town.All ceramics are thick and heavy.
This international award winning young ceramist has the cutest little shop in the Quartiere, where you can find the coolest 'ceramics you won't need' (his tagline) and amazing pieces of ceramic art. You can find the shop on via Caravaggio, number 23.
We were coming back from Salento when we decided to stop there. Lots of shops selling amazing ceramics. Some of those very expensive. Very pleasant afternoon there!
Ci siamo stati di ritorno da un we in Salento. Tantissimi negozietti di ceramiche molto belle ed anche...More
I stopped in Grottaglie to check out the Quartiere de Ceramiche. I bought some of the traditional white pomegranates and lamps as well as a white lady at Giuseppe Fasano (cash only, ATM in the castello a block away) on via Crispi at the corner...More