Tips Gozo: 5x why you want to visit this island near Malta

15 May 2021Updated: 4 hours ago | 52 people are reading

Tips Gozo: 5x why you want to visit this island near Malta

The small island of Gozo that belongs to Malta is located a few kilometers from Malta. Do you go for peace and the beauty of the country? Then go to Gozo. There are a few beautiful beaches and bays and there is also everything to see: from historical remains of buildings to ancient excavations and temples. Enough reasons to put the island in the spotlight with these 5x tips Gozo! © Offered by Zoover

Tips Gozo: Victoria of Rabat: the capital of Gozo

The inhabitants often refer to the capital of Gozo as Rabat, but the city is better known as Victoria. Narrow streets are lined with limestone houses and buildings on both sides and everywhere you look you see images. The old city walls are still intact and from there you have a beautiful view of the place and the island. Go wandering for a day and be surprised by special places you will encounter. © Offered by Zoover

Tips Gozo: the golden-red sandy beach

The golden-red sandy beach of Gozo, Ramla Bay, is a good reason for a day of relaxing. Rent one of the beds and umbrellas and enjoy the clear blue sea, the sun and the relaxed vibe of the island. Around the beach there are enough tents where you can buy something to eat and drink.

The Megalithic Temples: Ancient Stone Temples

If you are in Gozo, don't miss a visit to the ancient and huge stone temples. The megalithic temples are on the UNESCO World Heritage List for a reason! You can view the stone temples and also see beautiful finds, there are even inscriptions to view and you can learn things about the history of the place. © Offered by Zoover

Tips Gozo: the famous salt pans

Once used as salt pans, then not for a long time and now again: the ?ebbu? or salt pans of Gozo. Wonderful to admire and especially if you know that salt extraction has been intact again for a few hundred years. The salt pans are located by the sea, which provides a magical view. © Offered by Zoover

The Blue Hole: a natural swimming pool

Previously the island's main attraction was located here, namely Azure Window. A meter-high rock arch with a "window" through which you saw the beautiful azure blue sea. Unfortunately, the rock has collapsed after a few violent storms, but a beautiful gift from Mother Nature has returned: The Blue Hole. A natural pool surrounded by rocks with underwater tunnels towards the sea. Wonderful and fun to go to. © Provided by Zoover

Tips Gozo: staying on the island

Hotel Kempinski San Lawrenz Resort & Spa Hotel Kempinski San Lawrenz Resort & Spa is a quiet hotel with a spa. There are several nice swimming pools to cool off in and the beach is just around the corner. Hotel Grand Gozo Holidaymaker Lia says in the reviews: 'In this hotel we spent 12 days on a half board basis. The breakfast is very extensive! This hotel is within walking distance of the harbor from where we saw the boats sailing to and from Malta from our room / balcony. Spacious rooms, care of the rooms was optimal. The room has a kettle, coffee sticks, milk and sugar. There is also a mini bar. The staff is friendly and helpful.' View the possibilities to stay at the Grand Gozo hotel here. Hotel San Andrea If you choose a room with a sea view, you have a beautiful view of the bay on Gozo from this hotel. The rooms of the affordable hotel are not super large, but they are neat and fully equipped. Hotel Cornucopia Smit is enthusiastic about this hotel and says: 'This hotel is perfect for young and older couples who go on holiday for a rest, the service is perfect and the rooms very clean. The service is very friendly and does everything for you. The food was very varied and the wine list was also good. Also the prices in the hotel were not too expensive (about the same as in NL). Only there is not much to do for children. " Hotel St. Patricks Right on a bay you will find hotel St. Patricks which is a very affordable and neat hotel. Here you have all the amenities for a great beach holiday in Malta.