Malta’s sister island is Gozo and just 25 minutes away by ferry. Gozo is significantly smaller and more tranquil then Malta with large farmhouses being a popular choice with tourists wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of life. When visiting Gozo be sure to visit the Azure Window a natural limestone arch is situated near Dwejra Bay on the Inland Sea. If you have time Gozo is well worth the trip however we do highly recommend hiring a car to make the most of your time in Gozo.
This tiny fishing village is the islands most popular summer resort and offers tourists a selection of restaurants, bars and accommodation.
Overlooking Mgarr Harbour this a quaint fishing port has a selection of bars and restaurants with one hotel conveniently located at the top of the hill offering splendid ocean views.
Famous for its handcrafted stone balconies Sannat is an agricultural village that is also well known for its traditional lace making. Sannat is close to the Ta Cenc cliffs, perfect for a recreational stroll.
One of the largest villages on the island Xaghra is situated on top of a hill. Close to Xaghra is Ramla Hamra, a beach famed for its red sand. We would highly recommend visiting Ggantija temples as they are one of the oldest prehistoric temples in the world. Located just on the outskirts of the village this is a must visit and for a small fee you are actually able to walk around the temple.
This small fishing port is a great sport for seafood foodies. A small pebble beach allows you to enjoy a splash or snorkel and embrace the marine life.
As the capital city of Gozo, Victoria offers a selection of boutique shops and is the perfect place to pick up a unique handcrafted gift. Be sure to try one of the many coffee shops and take a walk through the narrow winding streets.