Malta The Mediterranean’s Best Kept Secrets

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Malta is known across the world for its spectacular beaches, impressive views of the Mediterranean Sea and prosperous archeological history. With so much to see and do, it’s inconceivable to be bored in this remarkable country. One of the top holiday spots in the country of Malta is Gozo. A small island just off the shore of Malta proper, Gozo boasts many remarkable attractions, landmarks and places to explore.


Malta Beaches
Malta Beaches

A mosaic of idyllic countryside, historic churches and sunny beaches, Gozo offers a little bit of something for everyone. Whether you visit this beautiful island for a weekend break or long holiday, you’re sure to fall in love with it.

Victoria is the island’s capital and largest city. Filled with history, heritage and charm, it is a great place to a sightseeing or holiday excursion. Also known as Rabat, Victoria is located near the geographic center of Gozo and boasts a fascinating history and offers a wealth of landmarks and sites to see.

One of the top attractions is the stunning Victoria Cathedral, a massive, stone cathedral that towers over the rest of the city. With its wondrous architecture and richly decorated interior, it is not to be missed. Nearby, the Gozo Archeological Museum offers a wide array of exhibits and attractions that focus on the island’s fascinating history and rich heritage.

Another top attraction in Victoria is the Citadella, a historic fort that offers incredible, panoramic views of the entire city. Elsewhere in Victoria, visitors will find a bevy of shops, markets, restaurants, cafes and museums. The city’s main square hosts a market that offers a wide array of souvenirs and unique gifts.

The village of Xaghra is filled with archeological treasures and rich history to explore as well. Located not far from Victoria in central Gozo, Xaghra is home to the stunning Ggantija Temple, the world’s oldest standing structure. The temple is a fascinating place to explore and a must for anyone visiting this picturesque village.

Xaghra also offers baroque architecture to see, an abundance of stores to shop at and numerous cafes and restaurants to grab a bite to eat or drink at. Though small, Xaghra is so rich in history and culture that it is a must-see for anyone one holiday in Gozo.



Malta Harbour
Malta Harbour


Ramla i Hamra is one of Malta’s most renowned beaches and one of the most unique beaches in the entire world. The beach is known for its stunning red sand and Calypso’s Cave, made famous by Homer’s epic Odyssey. Fairly quiet and perfect for swimming or sunbathing, this beach simply cannot be missed.

Gozo’s west coast is filled with some of the world’s most breathtaking natural landscapes and rock formations. A must-see destination is the Azure Window, a large cliff outcropping with a hole in the center of it. Nearby, the Blue Hole is renowned as one of the best diving and swimming spots in Europe. The Inland Sea, actually a lake, offers warm waters and a beautiful place to relax and soak up the Mediterranean sun.

Elsewhere in Gozo, holiday travelers will find world-class beaches, picturesque villages and plentiful shops, cafes and restaurants to sample.

With its rich history, wondrous architecture and breathtaking natural landscapes, Gozo is without a doubt among the top holidays destinations in all of Europe.