Activities in Gozo
GozoReal insider tips on locations in the Mediterranean which still exude a touch of adventure and pioneering spirit, are few and far between. Malta's little sister island of Gozo is such an insider tip that attracts visitors with ist turquoise-blue waters, over 300 days of sunshine a year and last but not least, a rural cosiness that we only know from longing Mediterranean home movies. In addition, there are several excellent sites for wreck and cave diving, which because of their magnificent underwater spectacles and the clear view can be called some of the best diving spots in the Mediterranean. The fact that Gozo is a true paradise for nature lovers and adventurers, is not least due to its lush vegetation for a Mediterranean island. After all, the small island provides about 60 percent of the food for the entire Maltese archipelago. A jeep tour alone, with a view of the primeval landscape and the fishing boats cruising off the coast is already a real treat for the hectic soul of the average European. The same feeling perhaps, of the first settlers, who made the island their home over 4,000 years ago and built the now world-famous megalithic temples Ġgantija and Brochtorff Circle, which are just as worth seeing as the natural rock gate Wied-il-Mielah.