Visit Gozo Island and the main highlights: Ggantija Temples, Calypso’s Cave, Dwejra Bay, Victoria and The Citadel. Sample local delicacies.
Start our tour to Gozo Island with a pleasant 25 minutes ferry crossing from Malta. The charm of Gozo is apparent the moment you arrive there: greener, rustic, more rural and smaller than Malta.
Our tour is a combination of scenic spots, historical sites and local culture. We feature most of the main highlights during our tour including the oldest free standing megalithic structures in the world known as Ggantija Temples. Pass through quaint sleepy villages that characterise Gozo’s unique charm and visit stunning sites such as Calypso’s Cave which offers magnificent views over the red sands of Ramla Bay.
Just before lunch stop at the Fontana Cottage where you can sample local delicacies such as sun dried tomatoes, olive pate, local cheeslets, wines and liquors. You will also have some time for a spot of shopping for popular buys such as lace. Free time for lunch will be at the pretty bay of Xlendi.
After lunch we continue our tour with visits to one of the most photographed sites in Gozo Island, Dwejra Bay. Here you can take an optional boat trip (the boat trip is not included in the overall price as it operates subject to weather conditions, €7 paid on the day) from the land locked sea.
Our final stop before we head back to the ferry for Malta includes a visit to the main town on Gozo Island, Victoria and The Citadel. The Citadel is a small fortified city that dominates the heights above Victoria. The history of The Citadel dates back to an early period when Gozo was under Roman and Arab occupation. Enjoy the views from its fortified walls that offer panoramas of the whole island. Our tour comes to an end and we make our way back to the ferry terminal for our return to the main island.