Rectory of Gundivós
Tradition, remaining true to an aesthetic and a certain romanticism are the underlying themes of this unusual pottery workshop. Passed down from one generation to the next, its most emblematic piece is the “xarro”, or wine decanter, but it also produces other items, including jugs, pots, cooking pots, honey jars, bowls, etc.
This solid 18th century building is in Gundivós, a village with a strong tradition of pottery making. It has been restored and is now a pottery interpretation centre.
In the workshop, visitors can gaze at all the curious aspects of this craft, from old pieces to demonstrations, and at the same time, enjoy the rich heritage of its surroundings.
Live demonstrations are by appointment only.