Gozo provides divers from all around the world with the finest diving spots in the Mediterranean. Water sports like sea kayaking or diving are ideal thanks to the crystal and calm sea and self-drive boat rentals are common and affordable: from about €20 for 2 persons to €250 for 12 persons. If you are searching for adventure, the stunning Azure Window is waiting for you. The craziest people could even try to jump over its 22 meters rock. Next to it, the Blue Hole is an amazing diving spot known by divers all around the world.
In Gozo, you can also enjoy great excursions and outdoor sports such as biking, hiking, trekking, horse-riding, climbing, or just walking around the island to appreciate stunning and unique landscapes.
Gozo’s other main attractions:
- Mgarr: Gozo’s main harbour
- Azure Window, The Blue Hole and the Fungus Rock in Dwejra Bay
- The Grima Maritime Museum in Nadur
- Ninu’s & Xerri’s Caves and Ggantija Temples in Xaghra: the oldest human free-standing monument in the world
- Victoria’s Citadel
- The Inland Sea in Dwejra, which is another divers paradise
Where to stay in Gozo?
Gozo provides visitors with beautiful and comfortable hotels. However, the best places to stay in Gozo, in order to truly enjoy your trip, are farmhouses and houses of character for a rustic but exclusive experience. Moreover, most of them have indoor or outdoor swimming pools, which will help you savour the character of the island to the full.
Featured Self-Catering Property:
Location – Ghasri (Gozo)
Max sleeps: 14