The Spanish village art centre is a charming location in San Diego located near the zoo. It was built in 1935 and looks like a small Spanish village in the middle of California. The village was established by the local artisans to display their beautiful works of art and though taken over during world war 2 was once again reclaimed by the artists.
The village is home to a plethora of art from baskets, tiles to clay, glass and metal works. The village is home to over 200 local artisans who make their livelihood in this quant yet stunning village dedicated to art.