Whether you rent a car or travel by public transport, getting around Gozo is easy! Whilst on holiday on Gozo, especially during the summer, do not lazy around on the beach all day because you will be missing out on the best spots the island has to offer.
Azure Window: Located in Dwejra near the village of San Lawrenz, this natural wonder is the most captivating sea arch.
Iċ-Ċittadella: Located in the capital Victoria and recently restored lies a historic silent city within the fortifications. Situated on a hill, the walls of the Ċittadella offer a breathtaking view of half of Gozo.
Ta’ Pinu Sanctuary: This religious shrine situated between Għarb and Għasri. Usually churches serve a function and usually very close and accessible to the community, but the amazing fact about Ta’ Pinu is that it is situated in a remote location marking its grandeur and peacefulness.
Ġgantija Temples: The Neolithic Temples in Xagħra are amongst the eldest in the world. Made out of huge rocks lumped on each other by the people of that time; this is now a UNESCO site.
Blue Lagoon, Comino: Gozo’s younger sister, Comino, is visited by tourists daily especially during the summer season. It is known for its crystal clear waters and untouched natural way. Comino is accessible from either Malta or Gozo by small boats.
Rest assured that Gozo has many more secret locations spread all over. The best thing to do when coming over to Gozo is taking the holiday as an adventure, integrating with locals and their customs, and you will immediately want to come back for another visit.