Most popular Villas in Gozo
Highlights in Gozo
- Great diving spots, Fantastic beaches
- Hiking routes
- An interesting capital with ancient ruins
Most popular amenities for Villas in Gozo
Villas in Gozo
Travellers from all over the world choose Gozo as a holiday destination. Find a villa here and spend some time on this Maltese island. Find beautiful villas located around the coastline offering appealing accommodation in the most beautiful settings. If you want to go inland, you can stay in the capital of the island, Victoria, with lots of interesting cultural visits.Lovely villas in the Greek paradise
The views from the terraces are truly breathtaking. The turquoise waters glitter with the first rays of light and some villas offer you views of the sea. Private and secluded properties are available for those who wish to enjoy more privacy during their holidays. Beautiful architecture, white facades and lovely decorations make of Gozo, an irresistible tourist destination. Choose the amenities you would like for you stay and book your villa now!
Travellers and activities
To enjoy incredible diving holidays come to Gozo where the clear waters and the great visibility underwater makes it one of the greatest spots in Europe to explore underwater caves, reefs and wrecks. The options of diving are wide as you can do it all year round. The drop offs of the cliffs, the stunning walls, tunnels and incredible deep water visibility and the incredible Blue Hole, the astonishing caves. Enjoy the best diving in the Mediterranean and discover another world under the water.Gozo for hiking lovers
You can explore the island at your own pace crossing valleys and quaint little villages in barely untouched nature. The countryside is a great area to explore all year round. There are 4 fantastic routes connecting Gebel Ben Gorg Cliffs and Dwejra Bay and you can choose the one that feels more adequate to your fitness level.
Did you know this island was inhabited for thousands of years?
Top 7 travel tips in Gozo
The capital of the island is Victoria, also known as Rabat. The city is home to a medieval citadel, an important Museum of Archaeology with prehistoric stone sculptures. The folklore museum within the citadel is also another interesting visit as well as Gozo cathedral, with great paintings from the Baroque era in the ceiling.2. Visit the Neolithic Ġgantija Temple ruins
The Ġgantija Temple ruins are the remains of a Neolithic complex. There you can visit the megalithic Ġgantija Temples. These buildings are older than the pyramids of Egypt!3. Watch the sunset
Sunsets are always magical. The tinged sky offering shades of reds, oranges and yellows captivates every single traveller. Gozo has the perfect spot for a sunset. A few years back, the Blue Window, a natural limestone also known as Dwejra Window formation collapsed after a storm in March 2017. Although it was a huge tourist attraction, the spot still offers the best sunsets around the island so if you like to capture sunsets with your camera, this is your place.4. Visit the citadel
The citadel of Gozo is located in its capital, Victoria. After a walk to the top of the hill, the visit to the citadel is a must. Once on top, you will get rewarding views of the beautiful landscape, the domes of the several churches and the small fields. The shape of the citadel is quite round. It has been called the crown of Gozo. Inside the walls you can visit the Baroque cathedral. You will notice that half the place is home to several ruins, constantly being restored. The other half is where you find the cathedral, the Museum of Archaeology, the Folklore Museum, the Old Prisons and the Natural History Museum.5. Visit Ninu’s caves
Ninu’s Cave is an underground cave that was discovered in the late 1800s. The stalactites and stalagmites give the cave a unique appearance that attracts everybody’s attention. The cave is not the biggest one but it reaches 18 metres in width and 24 metres long. To access the cave you are shown by a guide of the family who owns the grounds where the cave is located.6. Enjoy some Agrotourism
Ta’ Mena Estate is the way to get immersed in the typical Gozitan way of life in a natural environment. You have a fruit garden, an olive grove, vineyards and panoramic views. They produce their own wine, grow their veggies and press their olive oil. Try their tomato paste! The Estate is also a venue for weddings, birthdays or any other celebrations you can think of. You can have a cooking session, picnics and experience the process of how they make wine and oil.7. Visit the saltpans
Around the shoreline of Corfu you find plenty of saltpans that date back from Roman times. The ancient civilisations used them to collect sea water and let it dry to obtain the white substance that will be refined and converted into salt. Some of the best saltpans are located at Qbajjar, near Marsalforn. You will be able to admire how technology has not advanced much in the process of obtaining salt.