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The Magro Food Village offers a unique experience in Maltese food-making and crafts. This tour is a great learning experience and loads of fun with the possibility of free tastings of food just as it is made. Visits may include an artisan cheese...more
Hours Today: 9:00 am - 3:15 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
| Xewkija Industrial Estate, Xewkija, Island of Gozo XWK3000, Malta
We took a tour of Gozo and stopped here. It was pleasant and interesting. I highly recommend the nut bar at the ice cream counter. It was amazing! There are plenty of tomato items as well!😀
This is a fun stop in the tour!
The very friendly guide told us what exactly Magro brothers company does. He explained how several types of cheese are made and how the company buys almost all the local tomatoes for their paste. At the end we headed to their shop, Savina. Were you...More
We went on the factory tour and then headed to Savina, which is their shop. The tour was free and quite interesting. The place was spotless throughout. We were really impressed! Couldn't leave Savina without buying a few things to remind us of Malta's culture....More
I must say I welcomed this stop. On entering you knew that the people were serious about their business. The members of staff were welcoming; impeccably dressed; the place was spotless; the merchandise which was all homemade was delightfully presented and displayed with great taste....More
Oh well, products in their shop might seem expensive... until you take the tour. Mr Xuereb gave us an insight of the vast range of products they produce for the local and for the foreign market. The Savina products are perpared meticiouously,as genuinely as can...More
We booked by email and received a prompt reply , we arrived for the 11.30 tour , and were greeted by very pleasant staff , who said we could have a look around the shop first , we were then met by Marcel , who...More