This fortified city was recently fully renovated, and offers a great 360° view over the surrounding countryside, villages, the sea and up to Malta.
On the North-Western part of Gozo is Dwejra, home of the Azure Window. So yes, I know, it -unfortunately- collapsed in 2017, but that doesn’t mean there is nothing left to see there!
There’s no place like it! This impressive construction is located in the middle of nowhere, lost in an ocean of hills with the sea in background.
To reach the salt pans, you’ll have to pass by Marsalforn. During summertime, this is a top beach town destination for both locals and tourists.
Ramla Bay is the largest and most beautiful sandy beach in Gozo thanks to its red sand. Some people even consider it’s the best beach in Malta!
Gozo is a great place to hike. There are several paths along the coast, almost all around the island. They’re pretty easy hiking trails, totally suitable for beginners.
Ggantija megalithic temple complex is located in Xaghra, East of Victoria. This Unesco World Heritage site is older than the Egyptian pyramids and Stonehenge!
You should go to Ta’Cenc cliffs around sunset time, it’s amazing.
Thanks to its reefs and caves, Gozo is a renowned island for scuba diving. Diving conditions are optimal all year long, with a generally calm sea, crystal clear and warm water.
From Gozo, you should also go to Comino, malta’s smallest populated island, with only 4 all year long inhabitants.