A place essentially dedicated to tourism differs from a short getaway in more ways than one. Sagada and other natural tourist attractions in Mountain Province may be a little raw, with not too many amenities and minimum rush of the town but for me , it is a getaway that offers a unique package.

Sagada Pottery Products
Sagada Pottery Products

People planning weekend trips generally extract their time from a busy schedule and are eager to make the best out of the short visit. That is the reason they would rather make a ‘Things to do’ search than a ‘What to see’. Apart from the general sightseeing, there should be guided tourism, comfortable and affordable stays combined with a great shopping experience so that they go back home happy and contented.


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One of the best pieces of craftsmanship – The Sagada Pottery

Pottery is not a popular industry in Mountain Province, in fact, there are only few Pottery Shops in Sagada.

Local Sagada Pottery Artist
Local Sagada Pottery Artist

The Sagada Pottery not only sells finish products, they also demonstrate pottery making while explaining the whole process. Each of the earthen pieces is moulded with a lot of love and care, bringing out the perfect flawless shape. They are then beautifully painted and decorated, giving an antique look.

Sagada Pottery
Sagada Pottery

In 2011, 90 distinctly-crafted stoneware by Indigenous Sagada potters Lope Bosaing, Siegrid Bangyay, Teresita Baldo & Jesse Degay was exibited in Cav Wine Shop-Café, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

Sagada Pottery finished products
Sagada Pottery finished products

You could buy them for some storage use or just decorative pieces, for they will lend a country touch to your living room! The Sagada Pottery is a shop dedicated for the display and overall production.

If you have ample time, you could even try making your own pot while being guided by the resident potter. These guys also sell the pieces they make. You could find all sorts of choices to pots, vases and beautiful ceramic cups. The products displayed in Sagada Pottery are all perfect pieces but I find them a little bit expensive.

Sagada Pottery
Address: Sagada-Besao Rd, Sagada
Contact: Siegrid – 0919-671-9875
Tessie – 0999-422-2003

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