Let Malta’s little sister Gozo enchant you with sleepy villages and its tranquil countryside with rolling hills and terraced fields. Spectacular cliffs and picturesque bays compete with remains of millennia-old history and culture, all waiting for your attention.
Did you know that...
...Malta’s tranquil sister island Gozo is the second largest of the Maltese archipelago.
...Gozo has a population of 31.000 - the so-called Gozitans.
...the blissful island of Gozo has tiny proportions - it is just 14 km long and 7 km and therefore any location is rapidly reachable by car.
Highlights of Gozo
- Ancient Citadel: The crown of Gozo in the capital Victoria.
- Historic Salt Pans: Traditional salt production has been passed down from generation to generation.
- Inland Sea: A shallow saltwater lake linked to the Mediterranean by a natural tunnel.
- Fungus Rock: A 60 m high rock which was guarded by the Knights of Malta for its rare healing plant.
- Sannat Cliffs: Gozo’s unspoilt coastline blessed with the stunning and spectacular cliffs.
- Ggantija Temples: A series of 5,500-year-old megalithic temples claimed to be amongst the oldest free-standing structures in the world.
- Scuba Diving: Top diving destination in Europe for beginner & advanced diver with spectacular dive sites and an abundant underwater life.
- Watch Towers: A collection of historic watch towers around the coast built by the Knights of St. John.
- Calypso Cave: Cave overlooking the red sands of Ramla Bay. As per greek mythology this is the place where Odysseus has been detained by Calypso as prisoner of love.