Like a jigsaw puzzle stretching for 3 kilometers along the northern coast of the iconic salt pans cut out in rock have stood the test of time. Salt harvesting is still practised here and a bag of salt is one tasty souvenir that you can take back home!
Dedicated to St. John the Baptist, the Rotunda church of Xewkija rises above the village’s skyline. Built in local limestone, in the 20th century, this edifice is a true monument in stone and testifies to the skills of the local builders, stone masons and carvers. The dome which is estimated to weigh circa 45,000 tons, is the world’s third largest unsupported dome.
A magnificent lagoon that’s linked to the open sea via a small tunnel in the cliff face, Dwejra Inland Sea is a unique place. The result of a possibly circular depression in the area, the inland sea has a pebbly beach on one side and charming fishermen’s huts along the edge. Perfect place for a quick dip!
Very good day, perfect mix between a tuk-tuk ride in Gozo, boat to Comino and chill at the beach. Lunch is included and worth it.
Very-well organised and the staff is really kind and caring. Highly recommended (especially the combi tuktuk)
À faire si vous êtes sur malte une journée complète à gozo en tuk tuk avec un guide allemand fort sympa je recommande vivement l agence et retour en bateau pour voir comino, merci.
(Don't miss it if you are in Malta. A full day in Gozo on board a tuk-tuk with a very helpful German guide and return by boat to see Comino. Strongly recommend this agency! Thanks.)
Yippee Malta offered us with 2 tuk tuks for our wedding day! They were on time and allowed us to take pictures. It was one fun ride! It brings an asian feel to the maltese islands!
About Gozo & Comino
Gozo, the island of joy, is Malta’s sister island yet it is different in an appealing and magical way. The serene pace of life on the island, along with its unique character give Gozo a particular charm. A visit to Malta cannot be complete without spending some time on Gozo to discover its hidden gems.