The MEOC Museum, the largest ethnographic museum in Sardinia, is a true treasure of the island, located inside an ancient textile workshop next to which a more modern structure has been created that masterfully integrates the majesty of granite with large green spaces.

The museum exhibition contains all the richness of Gallura’s history, traditions and popular culture, from 1600 to the present day.
Definitely particular is the faithful reconstruction of the “traditional Aggius house”, with period furnishings, everyday objects, a journey through activities linked to the local economy of the past such as the production of wine, bread, cheese and oil.
One of the museum room is dedicated to the Permanent Exhibition of the Aggese Carpet, in fact Aggius is mostly known for weaving and making loom carpets.
In the weaving room you will then have the opportunity to attend a demonstration of loom practice carried out by the skilled hands of one of the women of the village.

The visit to the MEOC museum will make you know more about the village in which you have decided to spend your workation!

What is included

  • Entry ticket


The visit usually takes 1 hour

Weekly availability

October – December : from Tuesday to Sunday

January: Closed

February – March: From Tuesday to Saturday

Booking in advance is not required



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