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Holidays to Gozo

Gozo - the most delightful Maltese Odyssey!

Just to the northwest of the island of Malta itself lies Gozo. Still blessed by the Mediterranean sun and kissed by angelic waters, Gozo is a please seekers paradise. This is the calm, wiser older sister to Malta's rip-roaring nightlife and hedonism. Holidays here are a bit more relaxed, a bit more peaceful, refined and scenic.

Not for nothing is it regarded as the domain of the nymph Calypso in Homer's Odyssey. You too will want to stay here forever!

The island of Gozo is green and fertile, better suited to those who want idyllic Malta holidays that centre around great food, calm waters and good books. The ancient rock formations jut out into azure seas and the beaches are likely to be relatively empty. If you love water sports and scuba diving in particular, then a Holiday Supermarket break on Gozo will be perfect - they can also help you book flights to Malta.

Gozo holidays are also a great idea for anyone who loves a bit of history - the ancient citadel in Victoria (the capital city of Gozo) is a glorious place to stroll in the early evening. Check out the views from the high walls out across the whole island..

Explore our latest offers to Gozo:

Calypso Hotel

Calypso Hotel

Bed & Breakfast

Mon, 16 Oct 2023 for 7 Nights

From London

From £437
Beach Garden Hotel

Beach Garden Hotel

Bed & Breakfast

Mon, 11 Sep 2023 for 7 Nights

From Manchester

From £472
De Rohan B&B

De Rohan B&B

Bed & Breakfast

Mon, 11 Sep 2023 for 7 Nights

From Manchester

From £579
Casa Birmula

Casa Birmula

Bed & Breakfast

Mon, 11 Sep 2023 for 7 Nights

From Manchester

From £589


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Hints and tips for your Gozo holiday


Eating out in Gozo -– cheap, expensive and everything in between

The island is relatively small so you can easily bar hop from village to village and into Victoria on your nights out to experience the delightful cross-fertilisation of Greek and Italian flavours that makes up the culinary culture of Malta..


The budget options - some of the smallest cafes also do a fine line in fresh seafood hot off the barbecue. Places like D Bar in Qala do ribs and salad (these are best ribs on the island!). Try Brookies for a great ambience and nice flavours.

Mid price options - Tatitas in San Lawrence is a place well-favoured by the locals - which tells you something and the Band Club in Kercem does excellent, unpretentious food at a decent price

Splurge - you're in such a grand location that the view becomes imperative - and some of the best, as well as an exquisite menu and great wine list can be found at Ic-Cima in Xlendi Bay. Picture postcard perfect.


Things not to miss

Gozo - a sun-kissed secnic paradise!

The main town of Victoria on Gozo is home to around 6,000 people so you tell immediately how relatively unspoiled the whole island of Gozo is. Far from the madding crowds on Malta itself, Gozo is much more laid back, yet it still has the stunning history and magnificent rock formations and turquoise waters Malta is famed for. Victoria is also home to the Citadel, a sort of old city. You can climb the walls at night and enjoy the view or just explore the alleys and avenues, searching out that fab new piece of clothing or that welcoming bar.

Victoria  - this delightful town has the famed Citadel as well as three lovely town squares. Look out for the Jubilee cafe and take a selection of local jams and cheeses back to your room for afternoon snacks.

Hondoq Bay - this is the best beach on Gozo and the sandy slice of heaven can get a little crowded in peak season. It's small so get there early.

Xlendi Beach  - is a great place to swim out from shore and just bask in the warm waters. The cliff face and the caves make for a very scenic background and the walks around the rocky bays and headlands will test your mountain goat skills.

Dwejra Bay  - the famed window of Dwejra won't last for too much longer so get in and see this remarkable rock formation before the wind, sun and sea do their stuff. There's also a diving hole to test the adventurous and you can do boat trips through the caves and around to see the window

Weather in Gozo

What to wear, when to go

Gozo, like much of Malta, has a sub-tropical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers. The summers are dry with the occasional cold winds in spring. January averages around 20C during the day while summer sees average temps of about 28 - 34C. Perfect beach weather all year round!


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