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Overview

Gozo holidays are all about soaking in the Mediterranean sun, lounging at the beach or indulging in some crazy watersports. Situated in the Maltese archipelago, Gozo is known for its for its scenic beauty, pristine beaches and rustic charm. The island is also famed for its natural formations like Calypso Cave and Ggantija Neolithic temples and the unspoilt beaches of San Blas and Ramla Bay. Holidays to Gozo are the perfect antidote to hectic schedules and city life, with the picturesque isle boasting fantastic beaches, first-class restaurants and a variety of exciting festivals to take part in.

 

For adventure-seeking souls, there are watersports available at beaches such as Ix-Xlendi Bay or Hondoq ir-Rummien, where you'll find everything from paddling to canoeing. Fishing trips, boat trips and yachting can also be arranged. The rugged, mountainous slopes of the island provide the perfect scope for hiking and trekking - so don’t forget your walking boots. As far as nightlife is concerned, Gozo may not measure up to its big brother Malta, but the nightclubs and bars of this tiny island are known for their lively atmosphere and great music. La Grotta is a big nightclub located in the Xlendi Valley, while Café Jubilee is good for a quiet evening by the beach. The choices of accommodation are staggering. You can find everything from budget hotels to luxury resorts. Whether it's a spring break or a weekend trip, Gozo holidays are the best way to spend quality time with your loved ones. (Header image from viewingmalta.com)

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Places to go and things to do in Gozo

Brave the Caves

Brave the Caves

As a by-product of two caves collapsing, the Inland Sea can be found in the Dwejra area of Gozo, and is predominantly used by bathers and snorkellers. The water is astounding and the tunnel, which connects the caves with the Med beyond, is popular with scuba divers. Many of the isle's day boat trips will take you through the caves, so remember to pack your camera.

Sensational Snorkelling

The island is best appreciated from the water, whether you are snorkelling, diving or taking a magical trip around the coastline. Mgarr ix-Xini entices tourists with its clear waters and scenic surroundings and is the best beach for snorkelling in Gozo.

Dive into the Blue Hole

Located next to the Azure Window, the Blue Hole is one of Gozo’s favoured diving and snorkelling spots. This natural rock formation includes a large cavern for scuba divers. One of the most scenic parts of the coast, don't forget your camera for this one!

Gozo by Segway

Take the coolest ride around the sights of Gozo on a Segway. Easy to learn and fun to drive, you can glide around the waterfront without getting tired feet. Teenagers will have a ball and the whole family can enjoy tours around the beach promenades and town. Local guides can segway with you on a tour of all the best bits.

Discover the Ramla Beach

Many of the beaches in Gozo have pebbles but Ir-Ramla il-Hamra stands out as the longest and sandiest. Fine, reddish sand covers the stretch of beach and it's a popular spot for sun worshippers who can bronze on the soft sands and then take a dip in the clear sea. The beach kiosks have plenty of ice creams to cool you down as well.

Wander the Streets of Victoria

Named in honour of Queen Victoria, but also known as Rabat, Victoria is the capital of Gozo, and sits in the heart of the island. There is a wealth of history and heritage to discover, including the breathtaking medieval church of St. George Martyr (AKA St George Basilica), and for shoppers, this is a great place for picking up local crafts and trinkets.

Relax in Marsalforn

Marsalforn is the most popular summer resort on the island, even with the locals. Hundreds of Maltese and Gozitan families make this their summer home, due in part to the amazing waters and great beaches. Marsalforn has several beaches for swimming, sunbathing and snorkelling and the waterfront has restaurants and bars serving delicious Maltese cuisine.

Picture-perfect Towns

The buildings, squares and quiet cobbled streets of this tiny island are full of romance and perfect for a wander on a warm summer evening. Have a glass of wine in one of the tiny harbours or enjoy an easy sightseeing day at Gharb, the westernmost village on Gozo, or head to Nadur and its ornate church of St Peter and St Paul.

Places to go and things to do in Gozo

Brave the Caves

Brave the Caves


As a by-product of two caves collapsing, the Inland Sea can be found in the Dwejra area of Gozo, and is predominantly used by bathers and snorkellers. The water is astounding and the tunnel, which connects the caves with the Med beyond, is popular with scuba divers. Many of the isle's day boat trips will take you through the caves, so remember to pack your camera.

Read More
Sensational Snorkelling

Sensational Snorkelling


The island is best appreciated from the water, whether you are snorkelling, diving or taking a magical trip around the coastline. Mgarr ix-Xini entices tourists with its clear waters and scenic surroundings and is the best beach for snorkelling in Gozo.

Read More
Dive into the Blue Hole

Dive into the Blue Hole


Located next to the Azure Window, the Blue Hole is one of Gozo’s favoured diving and snorkelling spots. This natural rock formation includes a large cavern for scuba divers. One of the most scenic parts of the coast, don't forget your camera for this one!

Read More
Gozo by Segway

Gozo by Segway


Take the coolest ride around the sights of Gozo on a Segway. Easy to learn and fun to drive, you can glide around the waterfront without getting tired feet. Teenagers will have a ball and the whole family can enjoy tours around the beach promenades and town. Local guides can segway with you on a tour of all the best bits.

Read More
Discover the Ramla Beach

Discover the Ramla Beach


Many of the beaches in Gozo have pebbles but Ir-Ramla il-Hamra stands out as the longest and sandiest. Fine, reddish sand covers the stretch of beach and it's a popular spot for sun worshippers who can bronze on the soft sands and then take a dip in the clear sea. The beach kiosks have plenty of ice creams to cool you down as well.

Read More
Wander the Streets of Victoria

Wander the Streets of Victoria


Named in honour of Queen Victoria, but also known as Rabat, Victoria is the capital of Gozo, and sits in the heart of the island. There is a wealth of history and heritage to discover, including the breathtaking medieval church of St. George Martyr (AKA St George Basilica), and for shoppers, this is a great place for picking up local crafts and trinkets.

Read More
Relax in Marsalforn

Relax in Marsalforn


Marsalforn is the most popular summer resort on the island, even with the locals. Hundreds of Maltese and Gozitan families make this their summer home, due in part to the amazing waters and great beaches. Marsalforn has several beaches for swimming, sunbathing and snorkelling and the waterfront has restaurants and bars serving delicious Maltese cuisine.

Read More
Picture-perfect Towns

Picture-perfect Towns


The buildings, squares and quiet cobbled streets of this tiny island are full of romance and perfect for a wander on a warm summer evening. Have a glass of wine in one of the tiny harbours or enjoy an easy sightseeing day at Gharb, the westernmost village on Gozo, or head to Nadur and its ornate church of St Peter and St Paul.

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