The old semaphore tower built by the British in 1848 in Nadur hails the age when signals were passed to ships via the telegraph.Today the restored tower is surrounded by a botanical garden where endemic plants grow.
Pose with Gozo’s newfound window, a favourite jaunt for thrill seekers. Wied il-Mielaħ in the location of Għasri,is just a little away from the alluring Wied il-Għasri, an inlet that is is also a superb bathing and snorkeling spot.
Popular with all those who visit the island, Marsalforn is all-year-round resort.Apart from being a popular swimming area, Marsalforn is perfect for an afternoon or night-time stroll or for dining or hanging out with family and friends at the various bars and restaurants.
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!
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.