- Day trip from Malta to the island of Gozo
- Admire idyllic coastal scenery at Dwejra Bay and Xlendi Bay
- See the Azure Window, a natural arch that featured in the hit TV series Game of Thrones
- Visit Calypso Cave and learn about its links to the Greek mythological tale Odyssey
- Watch the Gozo 360 show inside the ancient citadel theater in Victoria
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
If you’re looking for a hassle-free way to visit Gozo, then this is the day trip to book! Transport and lunch are included, and you’ll see all the highlights of the island.
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What You Can Expect
On arrival, step inside your air-conditioned minibus, and then set off to explore the stunning little island. Greener and arguably more picturesque than Malta, Gozo is made up of three rolling hills, with cute Mediterranean villages peppered throughout its landscape.
Admire the scenery on the way to Dwejra Bay and visit a beauty spot called the Azure Window – a rocky arch formed by centuries of gradual erosion. Stop to take pictures from the bay, and hear of the TV shows and movies that the arch has appeared in, like Game of Thrones and The Count of Monte Cristo. Another impressive landmark that your guide will point out is the Inland Sea – a stretch of water separated from the Mediterranean by rocks.
Enjoy a break for a light Mediterranean lunch with wine in a local restaurant, and then continue to Xlendi Bay for a stroll along the seafront, admiring the cobalt sea gently lapping its sandy beach. Head inside a grotto called Calypso Cave , which overlooks beautiful Ramla Bay, and hear of its links to Greek mythology; it’s thought to be the site mentioned in the Odyssey, where the nymph Calypso held Odysseus as a ‘prisoner of love.’
Your final stop of your tour is in the island’s capital – Victoria. In the heart of the town lies the citadel, an ancient fortress (also known as the citadella) that’s believed to have protected the town since the Bronze Age. Head inside the citadel’s walls and visit the theater to watch the Gozo 360 show – a short movie about the island’s history and culture.
Travel back to Gozo port and, after your ferry ride, finish your day trip with a drop-off at your hotel.
Exceptional arrangements and service by organizers ( Viator and their business partners), Guide and driver.
The trip as a whole was really good. We had a really good tour guide who was able to take us in and around Gozo in good time. Her experience was a great help as we were able to head out in Gozo before the rush of the tourists.
I would recommend taking a boat out on to the sea from the inland sea. The tour usually costs 4 Euros per person and is definitely a sight to see the Azure window from a different angle.
The only let down on this trip was the lunch (hence 4 out of 5 stars). We were given some dry pasta with specs of tomato as starters and then some roast chicken as mains. The service was a tad poor in the restaurant and we were made to feel that we were to eat quickly and move on as we weren’t the proper diners for the restaurant. The wine was local red wine (no choice given) served in a jug which was left in the middle of the table for you to help yourself.
I would advise wearing comfortable footwear as when going through Victoria and the Citadel, there are a fair amount of steps that you climb. Also, a lot of water and sun cream as it is much hotter than Malta.