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Experience a very laid back way of life

Enjoy villa holidays to Gozo Island

Late deals to Gozo offer you a unique and wonderfully relaxing Mediterranean base on an island located just north of Malta.

Here you will find beautifully intricate architecture, olde-worlde villages full of charm and stunningly rugged coastline scenery which is surprisingly green and fertile compared to that in Malta, just waiting for you to explore it.

Last minute holidays to Gozo have an even more easygoing style than that of its sister island Malta – one of the major pastimes here is walking, so if you have an appetite for a meandering stroll then you'll fit in perfectly. Gozo has a certain upmarket exclusivity in its midst also, as it has an excellent choice of private villas making it very popular with holidaymakers who enjoy the extra creature comforts and freedom of which a villa holiday would provide.

Quick Gozo Tips

The currency needed for Gozo Island holidays is the Euro

For Gozo holidays you will need to fly into Malta (MLA) then transfer by coach to the port, and either seaplane or ferry over to Gozo Island

Holders of a valid UK passport do not need a visa for holidays to Gozo

Maltese and English are both the official languages of Gozo, with English usually the option chosen

A haven for divers

Of course, Gozo holidays aren't just restricted to staying in the paradise of a villa. A good range of hotels to suit many different budgets can be found in the two main coastal resorts in Gozo, namely Marsalforn and Xlendi. Both are set in exquisite bays where you will find turquoise waters that shimmer different shades of blue and green like a peacock displaying all of its glory, making them perfect settings for divers who just love exploring the many rocky outlets and caves so much so that they are fighting a losing battle to keep these increasingly popular areas a secret!

On the water's edge in these bays you will discover that local cuisine is a big passion here and plays a big part in Gozo's culture as there are many bistro's and restaurants serving Mediterranean delights including of course fresh seafood dishes. This is great way of mixing with the friendly locals and experiencing Gozo life at its finest. During the daytime you may find the main town of Victoria well worth a visit, whilst there are also many nooks and crannies to explore on the island including the Gjantija temples which are said to be amongst the oldest buildings in the world still in existence.

So come to Gozo and experience Maltese holiday with a twist. Book late deals to Gozo online here at

Top Places To visit

Jeep Tours
Explore olive groves and vineyards as you traverse the island in an open top jeep. Stop off to discover how the olive oil is made and, of course for the occasional wine tasting session!

Ggantija Temples
Older than the Pyramids at Giza and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site as part of The Megalithic Temples of Malta, this stunning formation is believed to have been built by a giant as a place to worship.

Azure Window
Located near Dwejra Bay, the window was created when two caves collapsed. The rocks here are eroding quickly so if you want to see it in all of its glory, you had better be quick.