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The connection between Gozo and Malta is a short ferry ride which provides regular crossings all year round between the islands from the port of Cirkewwa in Malta, to the port of Mgarr in Gozo. Gozo’s inhabitants are known as ‘Gozitans’ and the population is around 37,000. Malta’s population is growing rapidly and has now reached around 470,000.

Ggantija Temples

These temples were built even before the famous standing stones at Stonehenge. Ggantija Temples make up an incredible UNESCO World Heritage site and have an extraordinary history. Built between 3600 and 3200 B.C, they fell into disuse around 2500BC and were not fully revealed until the nineteenth century.

Blue Lagoon

Between the island of Malta and Gozo, one finds a true gem – Comino. Comino is a small islet with truly postcard worthy views and home to the Blue Lagoon. The Blue Lagoon is just a fifteen-minute boat-ride across the water from Mġarr Harbour.

Scuba Diving

Gozo is very popular for diving in the Mediterranean. There are dive spots suitable for all levels of experience, from beginners to practiced divers looking for a new challenge.


The water is a crystal-clear azure and warm for most of the year. This makes it perfect for swimming, snorkelling, diving or just splashing about. Gozo has two beautiful red sandy beaches  Ramla Bay and San Blas. If you aren’t a fan of sandy beaches, there are also plenty of good rocky swimming areas.

Gozo Traditional Food & Drink

Unwind in Gozo and enjoy the best food and wine this tiny island has to offer. Look out for the traditional village bakeries to get an authentic ‘ftira’, which is a type of traditional local bread. Alternatively, just sit back and relax in one of the many restaurants. 


With its dramatic coastal formations and sea spilling over the rocks, Dwejra is a magical attraction. Here you can swim in the spectacular deep sea of the bay, in the calm shallows of the inland sea or in the foamy waters around the Blue Hole which is one of Gozo’s top diving sites.


With its unique skyline and imposing military architecture, the Cittadella, is Gozo’s most important landmark which is visible from any point of the island. From this vantage point, one can enjoy sweeping views of the magical island of Gozo.

Ta’ Pinu Sanctuary

In 1883, a woman from the village of Għarb, Karmni Grima, heard the voice of Our Lady at the small chapel that then occupied this site. It rapidly became a centre of pilgrimage and the number of visitors soon overwhelmed the little church.