Our Landmarks & Landscapes
Ramla Bay is located at the bottom of a rich and fertile valley on the northern side of the island of Gozo.
Local Feast Fireworks
Feasts are important tradition on the island with celebrations including fireworks & bands every weekend in the summer season.
The production of sea salt has a long tradition in Gozo. Here you see the salt pans west of Marsalforn in spring.
Gozo Cathedral - Victoria
In the heart of Victoria lies the Citadella, which has been the centre of activity of the island since possibly Neolithic times.
This fertile valley is certainly one of the most picturesque in Gozo. It was used by the Knights of Malta for hunting.
Local Feast Festivity
The feast dedicated to St. Mary, devoted in its Cathedral situated in the centre of the Citadel dominating the whole island.
Dusk in Xlendi Bay
The tower guarding the mouth of the bay was built by the Grandmaster Lascaris in the 1650 exactly on 29 June.
Bit About Gozo
Gozo’s charm is apparent the moment you step off the 25 minute ferry journey which brings you over from Malta the sister island. The intimate setting of a small island, community with a long tradition of warm hospitality will make you feel at home within moments of arriving. Greener, more rural and just one third the size of Malta, Gozo moves to a strikingly different, more leisurely, rhythm than its sister island.
Mystery surrounds the prehistoric stone builders who left us the awe-inspiring temples of Ggantija, believed to be the world’s oldest free-standing structure, and today a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The sea that’s around our island is spectacular & unique. The red golden sands of Ramla Bay, Xlendi Bay & Marsalforn Bay will make your holiday a one to relax & remember. Also you can discover the beauty of Comino islands. Clear Mediterranean waters flow through Blue Lagoon, a sheltered sandy beach nestled between the tiny islands of Comino & Cominotto.
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