Gozo Holidays

Shrouded in rich history and cloaked with an air of divine legend, Gozo is the crown jewel of the Maltese archipelago. Known for its ancient ruins, verdant hills, and enticing azure waters, this small island serves up a holiday of mythical proportions.

From idle days spent lounging on caressed sandy beaches to adrenaline-pumping dives below the surface of the Mediterranean Sea, Gozo is a destination that promises an extraordinary experience. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a tranquil traveller, or an aquatic adventurer, a holiday to Gozo guarantees a memorable escape.

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Things to See and Do

A golden ticket to the pinnacle of cultural diversity awaits you in the canvassing beauty of Gozo. From historical wonders of the Ġgantija temples to the ensnaring charm of the many cathedrals, Gozo retains a generous wealth of magnetising highlights. Here’s your guide to an enchanting tour of these sparkling spectacles.

Marvel at the Mystique of Ġgantija Temples

These UNESCO protected temples are held in high esteem as one of the oldest free-standing structures on Earth. Dating back to 3600 BC, the two megalithic complexes are a testament to the architectural prowess of the island's primeval inhabitants and not to be missed.

Bask in the Beauty of Ta' Ċenċ Cliffs

Soaring high above the southern coast, near the village of Sannat, these cliffs provide picturesque vistas of the Mediterranean Sea. The area wasn't just tailored for awe-inspiring views, as it serves as breeding grounds for distinctive species of seabirds, making it a must-visit for nature lovers.

Lose Yourself in The Magic of Wied il-Għasri

Renowned for the secluded beach nested in its cavernous confines, this spellbinding sea canyon indulges the desires of divers and beach bums alike. Beyond the beach, you'll find interesting historical tidbits like the nearby traditional Maltese salt pans.

Venture into the Local Feasts

Dive headfirst into the zestful spirit of Gozo through their celebrated feasts. One such event is the Nadur carnival; a riotous blend of satirical floats, flamboyant costumes, and colourful masks. It's often touted as a delightful descent into managed chaos.

Explore the Connection to Greek Mythology

For lovers of lore and legends, Gozo allegedly was the home of the nymph Calypso who ensnared the Greek hero Odysseus in a seven-year romance. Walk in the footsteps of myths and discover the romantic allure of Gozo's calypso cave.

Food and Drink

The authentic tastes of sun-kissed Gozo on your plate is an exquisite voyage to relish. An expedition into the local food scene unveils the embodiment of Maltese tradition, a blend of sunshine, rustic flavours, and hearty enjoyment. Here’s a sneak peek of your culinary adventure.

Indulge in the traditional Gozitan Pizza

Commonly known as Ftira, this typical flatbread smeared with tomato paste, potato slices, local cheese, and any hearty toppings you wish is a local favourite. Savour this local delight fresh from the oven in the village bakeries.

Discover Tasteful Delights of Ġbejna

A local cuisine isn't complete without a cheese palette, and Gozo's staple is the creamy Ġbejna. This small round cheese comes in several flavours, all derived from goat's milk, and forms a delectable backing for any local dish. Enjoy it in a cozy restaurant or a summer feast.

Taste the Fresh Seafood

Surrounded by the sea, Gozo offers an array of fresh seafood; from Lampuki Pie (fish pie) to Bragioli (beef olives), enjoy gastronomical delights of the Mediterranean. Visit Ta' Karolina restaurant in Xlendi Bay to get a taste of these marine treasures.

Sample Stretches of Pastries

Pastizzi, flaky pastries filled with either mushy peas or ricotta, are a must-have on your edible exploration. These savoury snacks, readily available in most cafes, make the perfect picnic lunch.

Refresh Yourself with Local Wines

Sit back and unwind in one of the many vibrant vineyards sprinkled across the Gozitan countryside. Sip the sun-infused flavours of local wines and lose yourself in the panoramic vistas of hilly terrains. Ta' Mena Estate welcomes guests for tours and tastings.

Destination Essentials

For a splendid rendezvous with all of Gozo's treasures, the shoulder seasons of May to June and October to November are ideal. During these periods, the weather is pleasant, with daily temperatures ranging from 21°C to 27°C, providing a hospitable backdrop for both seaside leisure and inward exploration.

The summer months, from July to September, could spice things up with heated temperatures often exceeding 30°C, making it a choice period for the ardent aquaholics. For those who are charmed by lesser crowds, milder climate, and enjoy better value flights and accommodations, the winter months from December to March would be a suitable bet. Regardless of when your heart calls, Gozo, with its unspoiled countryside, top dive sites, and serene aura awaits.


Gozo's beaches are an idyllic paradise of shimmering golden sands merging seamlessly with invitingly clear sapphire waters. From bustling bays to hushed hideaways, the coastal charm of Gozo caters to all who yearn for the embrace of the Mediterranean sun. Here are five beaches that beckon to barefoot explorers.

Relax on the Red Sands of Ramla Bay

Recognized as the island’s largest and most beautiful beach, Ramla Bay spreads a tapestry of deep red sands fringed by steep terraced green hillsides. This tranquil haven is perfect for a serene day by the sea.

Savour the Seclusion of San Blas Bay

San Blas Bay, the smaller counterpart to Ramla, offers a tranquil beach experience with its tiny stretch of reddish sandy beach. With crystal clear water lapping at the shore, this secluded beach provides a peaceful retreat.

Discover the Tranquil Wied il-Għasri Beach

Hidden within a narrow, secret sea canyon, Wied il-Għasri beach is a secluded gem. The tranquil shores of this pebbly beach make it an attractive spot for occasional swimmers and devoted divers alike.

Visit the Coveted Coves at Daħlet Qorrot Beach

This small inlet presents a mix of a pebbly beach with clear, deep waters, and rustic boat houses once used by fishermen. Now, it's an ideal spot for snorkelling or simply lounging under the sun.

Explore Underwater Treasures at Mġarr ix-Xini

Renowned as a diver's paradise, Mġarr ix-Xini beach has fascinating underwater caves and a submerged shipwreck that stokes the curiosity of explorers. Non-divers can find equal enjoyment in the beach's crystalline blue waters, steeped in movie fame.

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