Gozo has a distinct character all its own. The countryside is prettier than that of its larger neighbour, the pace is slower and there are far fewer tourists. The island has its share of medieval architecture and prehistoric temples, making it a great place to escape the tourism mill while experiencing the best of what Malta has to offer. The commercial centre of the island, Victoria, has a sleepy 17th-century feel. The view from atop the Citadel, or 'Gran Costello', takes in the entire island. The Norman House, on the Citadel's grounds, houses an interesting folk museum.
You can retrace the footsteps of Ulysses at Calypso's Cave, in the cliffs overlooking Ramla Bay on the northeastern coast. Other spelunking opportunities include the underground Alabaster Caves in the tiny town of Xaghra, a couple of kilometres southwest of Ramla Bay. The Ggantija temple complex, also near Xaghra, is the most spectacular in Malta.
Hey, the pasta's not bad either.
A range of well-equipped self-catering farmhouses built in the traditional style, all with private pool, on the beautiful and peaceful island of Gozo.

All of the farmhouses that we offer are located on the outskirts of one of Gozo’s charming villages with lovely country or sea views and sleep two to twelve people in three to six bedrooms.

All of the farmhouses have television. All have barbecues, sunloungers and garden furniture. A food pack is provided on arrival and maid service provides light cleaning once a week.

Airport transfers, representative service and car or bike hire - anything you need for a pleasant stay on Gozo - it's no problem.

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