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Gozo is a sleepy island of Malta, world known for its rich history and picturesque hilly landscape. Home to some of the world’s oldest religious structures, such as many megalithic tombs which are designated UNESCO world heritage sites. The most famous being the Ġgantija temples. Gozo is also famous for being a premier scuba diving location.
There are many attractions in Gozo for tourists to enjoy. For those with a refined taste, a tour of the Tal-Massar Winery, a stunning vineyard that regularly hosts wine tastings, is a great way to spend an afternoon. Before heading home ensure you visit Comino island, home of the famous Blue Lagoon diving location.
Gozo is perfect for both couples and families, with a range of beaches, historical architecture, and activities to enjoy. Whether your ideal holiday is lounging on a beach, or staying active, Gozo has something for everyone!
Malta flights depart from Dublin between 3 and 7 times a week depending on the season. Cork airport also offers flights to Malta which depart twice a week during peak season. The flight time is roughly 3 hours and 45 minutes. From the airport, Gozo is only a short ferry ride away, so planning a holiday here is easy!
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Immerse yourself in the many activities that Gozo has to offer.
Gozo is not known for its nightlife, however, there are plenty of late bars and restaurants where visitors can enjoy a drink.
Gozo has a fine selection of restaurants serving local produce and traditional Maltese cuisine.
Families with children can make the most of the calm waters surrounding the island and avail of boat excursions, snorkelling, and scuba-diving activities.
The largest Sandy beach in Gozo is Ramla I-Hamara. This beach boasts stunning shallow waters and has plenty of sunbathing facilities making it popular with families. For those who prefer a calm, quiet beach experience, Sun Blas Bay is the perfect choice. This beach offers crystal clear water and is set within a hilly landscape.
Arkadia Commercial Centre is the islands major shopping centre featuring high street stores, restaurants and cafes.
Gozo hosts Xlendi Sunset festival every August. This music festival is hosted in the stunning area of Xlendi Bay in Gozo and features a jam-packed line up of DJ’s and musicians.
The summer is the best time to visit Gozo, with the majority of events taking place during the summer season. From May to August the average temperatures range from 27-31 degrees, creating an ideal climate for a sun holiday.
Gozo is an hour ahead of Ireland.
While in Gozo renting a bike is a great way of seeing its true beauty, the warm climate of the island makes bike-riding an enjoyable mode of transport.