2 Bedroom Penthouse at an Unbeatable Price
A new development comprising only of nine units and situated in a quaint and
peaceful area in the popular village of Xaghra.
This development is simply
Unbeatable for price, size, quality, and design.
It comprises a selection of two and
three-bedroom apartments as well as penthouses enjoying open country views.
Each unit includes spacious living areas including large balconies and terraces
overlooking a good-sized communal pool surrounded by a deck area.
The apartments are being offered in advanced shell form, front and back facades
finished including railings and apertures, a passenger lift and common parts
finished to a high standard. Garages, situated at the basement level, are also available
Property is freehold.
Lounge Dining Room
Gozo Area Information
The ancient Ggantija temples and the beautiful Ramla l-Hamra sandy bay are both in Xaghra. These are two of the best places to visit in Gozo. With its typical Gozitan square, old streets, and countryside all around, this is a great place to stay. The charming Museum of Toys is another small surprise.
One of the first places people lived on Gozo was Xaghra, which is pronounced Shara. The village itself is cute and quaint, with typical Gozitan streets that wind around. Xaghra has a lot more to offer, though.
The Ggantija Temples, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are thought to have been a place where the Goddess was worshipped, are a must-see. These impressive megaliths were built around 3600 BC and are listed in the Guinness Book of Records as "the oldest freestanding structures in the world." There are also a number of important prehistoric sites in the area, such as the tal-Qacca Hypogeum, the Gozo Stone Circle, the Santa Verna Temple, in-Nuffara, a number of caves, and more.
Visit the nearby Ta' Kola windmill for a trip back in time that isn't quite so far away. It was built in 1725 and now stands as a tribute to the hardworking millers of the past and present. The miller's rooms have been turned into a folklore museum.
If you want to go back to your childhood, you can visit the Pomskizillious Museum, which is owned by Edwin and Susan Lowe and has a large collection of toys from the 1800s and 1900s. Its name comes from a book by Edward Lear, who went to Gozo in 1866 and wrote about strange creatures and silly words.
Ninu's Cave and Xerri's Grotto are underground places where you can see stalactites and stalagmites. Both are in private homes near the village square, where they were found when people were trying to dig wells.
Visit Calypso's Cave to see a beautiful view of the Mediterranean blue and Ramla bay, which is known for its bright orange (red) sand. The Odyssey, an old Greek poem, says that Calypso, a nymph who lived in this cave, put a spell on Ulysses and kept him on her beautiful island for seven years. There are many interesting places to see in Xaghra that could easily make any visitor want to do the same.