Land at Malta Airport then jump aboard a ferry, hire a car and explore.
Villages in Gozo
Probably the most well-known and popular resort on Gozo, this seaside gem will certainly not disappoint. Nestled around a horseshoe shaped bay, take a stroll along the promenade and see the salt pans that date back to Roman times.
Only a short distance from the main harbour at Mgarr, here you will find Fort Chambray and see the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes. There are many ancient monuments to see here so spend some time exploring.
Capital of the island and hub of activity, there is plenty to see here. The main square hosts a market every day. Once you have finished, wander along Republic Street where Rundle Gardens and much more are located.
Gozo is home to many wondrous fishing villages and this is no exception. If you are feeling adventurous, climb the steep walkway to the clifftop and admire the views.
Home to an aqueduct that carried water to Victoria and an old windmill, this historical area is packed full of wondrous sights.
Sights to enjoy
Take a trip to the popular Calypso Caves overlooking a beautiful beach. Steeped in Greek Mythology, rumour has it that the nymph Calypso kept Odysseus as a prisoner of love for 7 years here.
Spend plenty of time discovering the gorgeous rugged rocky inlets and sandy coves, swim and snorkel in the azure ocean and discover the underwater world at the myriad of diving sites.
Visit the Ggantija Neolithic temples. The sites are regarded as UNESCO World Heritage Sites and date back to the Neolithic age, providing an interesting insight into Maltese history.