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Seven Reasons for a Gozo Holiday

To begin with, why go to Gozo on Holiday

To begin with, why go to Gozo on Holiday?

1 Gozo is home to its own special brand of beaches. There are rocky and sandy beaches alike in the Mediterranean, and both types offer the clear waters necessary for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. Coming Soon Check out our articles on the Best of Gozo's Hidden Beaches if you're looking to get away from it all, and the Ultimate Guide to Gozo's Beaches if you're looking to see them all. Perfect for a Gozo Holiday

2 The Calcite crystals that cover this enchanted island contribute to a high-vibrational, restorative atmosphere. To get on the ferry, you need only let go of whatever is holding you back. And if you don't know what that is, you will soon. Perfect for a Gozo Holiday

3 Visit Gozo any time of the year; it's always pleasant. Whether it's the warmth you crave or a general reduction in temperature. Just click the button below to pick a convenient time to visit.

4 Enjoy going on long, brisk walks? You'll find some of life's most rebalancing moments on your long winter strolls. Every season brings its own set of breathtaking views. If you're looking for hiking advice, check out our previous posts.

5 Gozo has a long and illustrious cultural history, and the island offers a wide range of educational opportunities. Perfect for a Gozo Holiday

6 When eating in a Gozo restaurant, you can expect to have an exceptional and unforgettable meal. We've done the legwork, so you can peruse our Gozo Restaurant Guide with confidence.

7 Buying from local merchants is the way to go on Gozo. There are plenty of locally owned shops on the island to meet any traveler's needs. Everything you need to shop ethically, from groceries to clothes to accessories. Check out The Gozo Guide for all the details. Perfect for a Gozo Holiday

Gozo Fact Box  

Seven Reasons for a Gozo Holiday

Gozo, a sunny and enchanted island, is located about 280 kilometers north of Africa and 90 kilometers south of Sicily. It's the second largest of the Maltese Islands, after Malta itself. The smallest is Comino. It has a population of slightly more than 34,000 people.

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