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Malta & Gozo Tours & Holidays

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Malta & Gozo and experience life changing adventures

Discover The Wonders Of Malta & Gozo

Venturing on a trip to Gozo opens doors to a destination brimming with historical sites, stunning landscapes, and a tranquil atmosphere. From marvelling at the historic Ġgantija Temples to exploring the cosmopolitan hub of Victoria, diving in the pristine waters of the Blue Hole, and soaking in the tranquil beauty of the Azure Window, Gozo offers a plethora of unforgettable experiences. Imagine strolling through magical landscapes, cycling on picturesque trails, and discovering secluded beaches. Smaller than its sister island Malta, but with an allure of its own, Gozo promises an enchanting escape where history, culture, and nature blend harmoniously.

Malta & Gozo At A Glance

CAPITAL CITY

Valletta (population 7,000)

POPULATION

518,000

CURRENCY

EUR

LANGUAGE

Maltese, English

TIME ZONE

(GMT+01:00)

CALLING CODE

+356

ELECTRICITY

Type G (Irish/British 3-pin)

TOP THINGS TO SEE IN Malta & Gozo

Victoria

Victoria

Discover Gozo’s capital, with its historic Citadel, lively markets, and a mix of traditional and modern life.

Ġgantija Temples

Ggantija Temples

Older than the Egyptian pyramids, the Ġgantija Temples is a must-visit UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Azure Window

Azure Window

Straddling the border of Argentina and Brazil, Iguazu Falls offers a majestic spectacle of cascading water, surrounded by lush rainforest.

Dwejra Bay

Dwejra Bay

Known for its Afro-Brazilian culture, colonial buildings, and vibrant music scene, Salvador is a location teeming with historical significance and cultural richness.

OUR ADVENTURE Trips & TOURS IN Malta & Gozo

STARTING FROM £1000

Malta, officially the Republic of Malta, consists of the main island Malta and the smaller islands of Gozo and Comino. Malta has a population of 515,000 people (in 2020). The island nation is in the Top 10 of the most densely populated countries in the world, with Valletta, being Malta’s capital city.

Gozo is the second-largest island in the archipelago. The island is rural in character and less developed than the island of Malta. Gozo is known for its scenic hills, which are featured on its coat of arms.

08 Days from:
£1000
Challenge Rating:
Rating Two

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Malta & Gozo FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

With a mild Mediterranean climate, Gozo is an all-year-round destination. However, the months between April and June or September and October are considered the best, with pleasant temperatures and fewer crowds.

Gozo, being a part of Malta, uses the Euro as its official currency. Money can be exchanged at banks, hotels, or exchange bureaus.

As a part of Malta, Gozo falls within the Schengen Zone. This means EU nationals can visit visa-free. For other nationalities, the visa requirements will depend on those for mainland Malta and Schengen rules.

Key highlights include Victoria, Ġgantija Temples, the Azure Window site, and Dwejra Bay.

Gozo is generally a safe destination for tourists. As with any travel, visitors should remain vigilant and take care of their personal belongings.

Portuguese is the official language of Brazil, but English is often spoken in tourist areas and hotels.

While Maltese is the official language, English is widely spoken in Gozo, making communication easy for English-speaking tourists.

We advise you to check with your local travel clinic 4-6 months prior to departure to see what is required. Also check the Travel Health Pro Website

Tap water in Gozo is safe to drink, but it has a high mineral content. We advise you to take a filtered water bottle on your trip.

Gozo offers delicious Mediterranean cuisine. Seafood is prominent, along with local dishes like pastizzi (pastry filled with ricotta or peas) and Gozitan pizza (ftira).

Gozitans are known for their friendliness and hospitality. Respect for local traditions and etiquette is appreciated, including modest dressing when visiting religious sites.

Absolutely! Whether it’s hiking along the diverse landscapes, diving into the clear waters of the Mediterranean, exploring historical sites, or trying the local cuisine, Gozo offers something for every adventurer.