The beaches on Gozo

Discover the hidden gems of Gozo’s beaches and inlets, away from the crowds and surrounded by stunning natural beauty. From the secluded San Blas Bay to the famous Azure Window at Dwejra Bay, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful spot to relax or an adventurous day of exploring small caves and grottos, Gozo’s beaches and inlets are waiting to be discovered. Pack your bags and head to Gozo for a unique and unforgettable beach experience.

Wedding in Gozo

Plan your dream wedding on the picturesque island of Gozo. Explore our guide to wedding venues, legal requirements, wedding planners, accommodation, transport, and things to do on Gozo. Whether you’re looking for a beachfront venue, a historical location, or a private villa, Gozo has everything you need for an unforgettable wedding experience.

Yoga & Meditation on Gozo

Looking for a peaceful getaway? Join us for Yoga and Meditation on the idyllic island of Gozo. Our experienced instructors will guide you through daily sessions in stunning natural settings, helping you to deepen your practice and find inner calm. With comfortable accommodation, our retreat is the perfect opportunity to recharge your mind, body, and spirit. Book your spot now and experience the transformative power of yoga and meditation in one of the most beautiful locations in the Mediterranean.

Our History

The Island of Gozo is a small island located in the Mediterranean Sea, northwest of the island of Malta. The island has a rich history that spans over 7,000 years, with evidence of human habitation dating back to the Neolithic period.

Throughout its history, Gozo has been influenced by various civilizations, including the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, and the Knights of St. John. The island was an important trading center in the Mediterranean during the Phoenician and Roman eras, and it was also a strategic military location for several centuries.

In the 16th century, Gozo fell under the control of the Knights of St. John, who built several important structures on the island, including the Citadel and the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Blessed Virgin of Ta’ Pinu. Gozo remained under the control of the Knights until 1798, when the island was occupied by the French.

The French occupation was short-lived, and Gozo was soon handed over to the British, who ruled the island until Malta gained independence in 1964. Today, Gozo is a popular tourist destination, known for its beautiful beaches, historic sites, and traditional Maltese culture.

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