Good selection of ceramics, silver and glass from both Malta and Gozo. Especially popular are traditional Maltese brass door knockers. Designs include lions (for protection) and dolphins (for prosperity).
Mdina Glass features hand-blown glass produced by craft workshops near Mdina, in a range of styles and colours from traditional to decidedly modern – vases, bowls, paperweights, collectables and more.
Named after the Malti word for 'knick-knack', Ċekċik features contemporary Maltese T-shirts, tote bags and screen prints amid its otherwise global selection of ethnically inspired items.
Fine filigree work is the speciality at this traditional workshop that's been in the same family since 1972. Current artisan Matthew Borg is the son of the original owner.
A cramped shop with an excellent selection of travel guides and fiction, history and reference books.
Historic dessert and sweets shop, open since 1843, selling 'pick-and-mix' and beautifully decorated, delectable cakes as well as homemade biscuits. Cafe meals are also served on pavement tables.
This market sells mainly clothes, shoes, watches, jewellery, pirated CDs and computer games.