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Diving in Gozo
Gozo is home to some of the best 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 underwater landscape here is spectacular, the visibility excellent.
Why diving in Gozo?... Read more
Seasons in Gozo
Spring is the season when Gozo discloses its full beauty. The island awakens to rolling hills of burgundy and gold, as patches of clover and haystacks adorn the countryside. This is the ideal time to visit Gozo and enjoy walks and the coast which Edward Lear (1812 – 1888) the... Read more
Sir Billy Connolly describes his love for ‘wee Gozo’
Gozo’s most famous resident has opened up about his love for ‘the wee island’.
Comedy legend Sir Billy Connolly, 77, said he ‘fuels up’ on sunshine at his homes in Gozo and Florida following medical advice.
The Glasgow-born actor and comedian said:... Read more
10 things you never knew about Gozo’s ‘church of miracles’
The Pope was set to visit Gozo during his first trip to the Maltese Islands in May. However, this trip was postponed due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Pope Francis was scheduled to tour the Ta’ Pinu National Shrine, Gozo’s ‘church of miracles’. ... Read more
Gozo, an ideal family holiday hotspot
Gozo is a perfect family-friendly holiday destination with stunning beaches, clear seas and a safe environment for youngsters to roam freely. Although the eclectic island spans just 67 km² it really does pack a lot in.
Celebrated for its raw, untamed, natural beauty and with an... Read more
On the trail of Gozo’s old bakeries
You cannot visit Gozo without tasting the traditional Gozitan ftira, a kind of traditional pizza made from unleavened dough and which in a way resembles a pie. Whether you like a salty one with anchovies, or one with fresh cheeslets, or any of the other varieties, there are few things that can... Read more