Whenever you visit, whatever your age, rest assured that you will fall in love with one of the Mediterranean’s best kept secrets.
With beautiful beaches and stunning scenery, ancient temples and fascinating history, holidays in Gozo are as interesting as they are relaxing. Here the rugged rural scenery is fringed by a spectacular coastline of rocky inlets and red sand beaches.
Beneath the waves the landscape is just as impressive. Gozo is a paradise for divers of all abilities. Some of the underwater scenery is enough to steam your goggles up. Holidays in Gozo have lots to shout about – there’s almost year-round sun, and plenty of brilliant beaches to choose from such as Ramla Bay, Hondoq Bay and San Blas Bay. English is an official language in Malta and Gozo and we drive on the left.
Unspoilt and peaceful, you’ll experience a break rich in warm hospitality and rustic beauty in Gozo.
With a fantastic climate, over 300 days of sunshine a year coupled with mild winters, any month is a good time to visit Gozo. Gozo enjoys a typically Mediterranean climate, with long, hot summers. Spring and autumn are also great times to visit, with temperatures in the mid-20s. Winters are mild, with daytime highs often reaching 18ºC, making Gozo popular for winter breaks.
Gozo has a dramatic coastline, ranging from cliffs as high as skyscrapers to tiny romantic pebbly coves. Ramla Bay is an impressive Blue Flag sandy beach nestled between Xaghra and Nadur.
Spellbinding cathedrals and religious structures have made their mark in Gozo. But they all look positively youthful compared to the Ggantija megalithic temples in Xaghra, the oldest religious structures in the world. Towering over Victoria, the capital city of Gozo, sits the historic fortified Citadel.