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Plan your holiday with our new coverage on Things To See In Gozo

Posted on 03 September 2019

Ta' Pinu Basilica. Photo: Baron Holiday Homes

Visitors to Gozo are often surprised at the variety of things to do and see on our island. Yes, Gozo is a small Mediterranean island but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for with its vibrant cultural calendar and a host of natural and historical attractions.

We’ve noticed that our guests never seem to get tired of Gozo. During their first Gozo holiday they realise that they may not be able to see and do everything they want to – which is why many people come and stay with us time and time again.

At Baron Holiday Homes we don’t just offer our guests great holiday rental homes on Gozo – we strive to help our guests make the most of their well-earned holiday.


Sunrise at the Xwejni Salt Pans, Gozo. Photo credit: Instagram jessicaz_0406


Updated website

(each title is linked to its respective page)

Gozo – Arts & Culture:

Gozo celebrates its culture with a lively annual calendar of events including international music festivals, spring carnivals, summer festas and the religious pageants and concerts at Easter and Christmas.


Gozo – Attractions:

From the ancient Xwejni Salt Pans and Gozo’s spectacular west coast, to the underground caves and windmills – we give you an insight into some of Gozo’s must-see attractions.



Gozo's Ramla Bay - Photo Baron Holiday Homes

Gozo – Beaches & Bays:

Visitors have quite a few options when it comes to a day at the beach. Whether you’re a family and want a safe sandy beach for your children to enjoy, or you want to go explore some caves, or go snorkelling just offshore, there’s something for everyone.


Gozo – Historic Sites:

Gozo’s fascinating history can be seen everywhere. The Neolithic Ġgantija Temple complex is older than Stonehenge. And the high ramparts of Victoria’s Citadella attest to the times when our island was ruled by the Knights of Malta. 


Gozo – Local Food:

Most visitors develop a taste for our local Gozitan cuisine and we can’t blame them. Our fresh produce is bursting with Mediterranean flavour and our local dishes represent a unique blend of African, Sicilian and French influences – reflecting our island’s rich history.


Gozo – Towns & Villages:

Most people on Gozo still follow a traditional way of life and are extremely welcoming towards visitors. Each of Gozo’s villages and the capital Victoria have something special to offer the visitor and we recommend you take time to explore them.

So, why not browse our new webpage on your laptop, tablet or smartphone as you relax in your Baron Holiday Home? We hope it will give you some ideas on planning your Gozo holiday itinerary.

You’ll probably want a mix of sightseeing days and activity days while you’re on Gozo – as well as those all-important relaxing-by-the-pool days!

Our Things To Do In Gozo page offers a range of suggested activities you can try from relaxing boat trips to more adventurous cycling tours and from arts & crafts to paddleboarding and scuba diving. 

And don’t forget that we also have an Events page that lists current music, cultural and family events on Gozo.

We’re confident you’ll never get bored on Gozo!

Ask us for help

Baron Holiday Homes is happy to organise car hire and things to do on Gozo for our guests. Just get in touch and we’ll tell you all you need to know about walks near to your rental property, special events in villages nearby, and other local information.


Posted in Activity, Beach, Family, Heritage, Things to do, What to see in Gozo

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