Gozo, a small island located in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea, lies northwest of the island of Malta. The island is only 67 km long and you need only a few minutes to drive from one side of the island to the other. Striking scenery, rolling green countryside with hills and the sparkling sea, are all part of the singular uniqueness of Gozo, which makes it appealing for both the locals and tourists. Foreign tourists just love to visit Gozo as they like to experience life in a slower paced country and stay in an idyllic island resort for complete relaxation and recreation. The number of foreigners living in Gozo has gone up considerably in recent years. Most of the foreign tourists stay in Gozo Villas or go in for the Gozo Apartments which are very reasonably priced.
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Spending a short holiday break in Gozo is also very popular among the Maltese who go there during weekends or for short breaks at all times of the year. Several factors combine to make Gozo an idyllic holiday paradise, it may be the fascinating history and culture, the wonderful beaches, the opportunities to dive, the beautiful countryside or just the potential to relax. Gozo is so small that you may be tempted to stop several times on your strolls across the island and take a dip on one of the beautiful beaches.
As for accommodation, you can find many Gozo Villas as well as cheap and self catering Gozo Apartments, farmhouses and guest houses in Gozo. Most of the Villas and Apartments offer various amenities, and they are an excellent and much more reasonably priced alternative to staying in a convention hotel. It is a significantly more cost effective option for families or people travelling in groups. Most of these Gozo Villas and Gozo Apartments are very well located and are well positioned next to bus stops and supermarkets for your convenience and to allow you to get the most out of your Gozo holiday.
Some of the places of historic and cultural importance include the Ggantija Megalithic Temple which dates back to approximately 3600 BC and is amongst the oldest man-made sacred structures, the Citadella (The Citadel) which is a well-known fortified castle city, Azure Window, Ramla Bay, the Fungus rock, Calypsos Cave, Ta Pinu Basilica, and a whole host of other interesting places.If you are looking for a holiday with plenty to fill your time, where the fun never stops, but there are also opportunities for quiet time, peace and reflection, look no further than Gozo holidays.
Finally we have an idea for you, if you like to explore regions, which aren't so popular for a lot of tourists: Estonia, for example, is worth to be visited during the summer months, too. Harju County apartments and Pärnu County apartments offer the best way to stay!