Get away from the hustle and bustle of every day life. Come and lap up the fresh air, fresh food and most importantly fresh vibes of island life. Gozo is the smaller, more laid back and better looking neighbour of Malta. It’s what makes it such an instagrammable place, just remember to pack your best #hashtags. Its rural settlements are situated between the scenic hills that appear on the national coat of arms, and with a population of only 31,000 people you will have plenty of space and then some.

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WHAT'S THERE TO DO?

Apart from the world class diving, Gozo has a lot of other things on offer - from more extreme activities to the usual easy-going tourist stuff. The following activities will satisfy your craving for adventure and is a different way for you to experience Gozo:
Abseiling & rock climbing

Biking

Segway tours

Boat trips

Walking tours

Kayaking

Watersports

Quad bike tours

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TAKE THE PARTY TO NEW HEIGHTS

FRONT BAR

If you’re looking for the new place on the BLOCK, you’ve just found it. Our on site bar aims to serve up the unconventional and the controversial through innovative drinks and cocktails menu intertwined with our casual dining experience. The bar host a number of live music events and caters for all dietary requirements from vegan to veggie and more.

 

LA GROTTA

The venue is a cliff-side club that overlooks Xlendi Valley and is undoubtedly one of Europe’s most picturesque nightclubs. It regularly hosts a number of foreign and local DJs across a range of genres and is the place to unwind after a long day of enjoying yourself.

FESTIVAL IN PARADISE

If you’re about in June it’s worth checking out ‘Abode on the Rock’. The electronic and house music festival attracts DJs and festivalgoer’s from all over the world.

CHILLED BEER OR TWO

Not necessarily looking for a big night out? No problem there’s a number of bars in Victoria and Mgarr that stay open late, particularly in the summer months.

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WHERE ARE THE INSTAGRAM WORTHY SPOTS?

ĠGANTIJA

XAGĦRA

This UNESCO world heritage site has two temples that were built between 3600 and 3200BC. It’s believed to have been built by a race of giants – because who else could move blocks that exceed 5m in length weigh over 50 tons?

CITADEL

VICTORIA

Located in the capital Victoria, the Citadel is visible from almost every point on the island. It was used as a sanctuary after the Great Siege of 1565. Knights fortified the Citadel and the population was required to spend their nights inside for safety until as late as 1637. When you visit it’s like stepping back in time.

SALTPANS

ŻEBBUĠ

3km of the north coast is covered in 350-year-old saltpans. They are still in use and during the summer months you can see workers scraping the salt crystals that are then stored and processed in caves that have been carved into the coastal rock

DWEJRA

SAN LAWRENŻ

Home to the most famous dive sites and rock formations on the island, feel free to take a dip in the deep sea of the bay, the inland sea or the Blue Hole. This is also where you can find Fungus rock aka General’s rock. Named after the general who fell to his death while supervising the removal of the fungal plant that is believed to be a remedy for dysentery.

TA' ĠURDAN LIGHTHOUSE

GĦASRI

Built in 1851 and still functioning as a lighthouse, this attraction offers stunning panoramic views of Gozo from 161m above the sea level. It’s a steep walk up but don’t let that put you off, you’ll only remember the view.

WIED IL-GĦASRI

GĦASRI

This narrow and secluded bay is the perfect spot for bike rides and walks, there’s a cave with a shaft that goes right up to the top of the steep cliffs at the point where the valley meets the sea. This used to bring up water to fill the nearby saltpans.

XLENDI TOWER

XLENDI

Visit the oldest freestanding watchtower in Gozo. Built it 1650 it was designed to defend the bay and keep out smugglers, pirates and quarantine evaders, today it offers extensive views of the southwest.

WIED IL-MIELAĦ

GĦARB

Check out Gozo’s last remaining natural limestone arch at the northwest coast near the village of Gharb. This valley is scenic and boasts a wide variety of flora and remarkable views of the sea.

XERRI'S GROTTO

XAGĦRA

Beneath a regular home you can visit a small cavern with stalactites and stalagmites for a unique experience. This was discovered in 1924 by the homeowner’s grandfather digging a well. The stunning formations resemble shapes of animals and some are over 1m long.

WHERE'S THE BEACH?

RAMLA IL-HAMRA

XAGĦRA

If you’re looking for a place to swim, snorkel and sunbathe, this is it. The whole beach is covered in red sand and the fertile sand dunes and terraced walls that local farmers built surround the bay offering a remarkable backdrop.

MARSALFORN

ŻEBBUĠ

A relaxing stroll along the seafront is just what the doctor ordered. This small-pebbled beach is found along the promenade providing a pleasant walk all year round. Rocks along either side provide more space for sunbathing and you can paddle out to sea when you want to cool off.

BLUE LAGOON

COMINO

Just a 15-minute speedboat ride from Mgarr Harbour the Blue lagoon is situated between the island of Comino and the islet of Cominotto. It offers crystal clear water and a white sandy bottom that’s perfect for a dip and is an excellent spot for a scenic walk.

Rdum il-Qammieh

Mellieha

A relaxing stroll along the seafront is just what the doctor ordered. This small-pebbled beach is found along the promenade providing a pleasant walk all year round. Rocks along either side provide more space for sunbathing and you can paddle out to sea when you want to cool off.

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