The tiny island of Gozo is home to 50,000 inhabitants with a number that swells considerably during the sumer months as tourists swamp the beaches and entertainment spots.

Gozo can be reached via a ferry from the northernmost point of the main island, Malta and takes about 30 minutes to make the crossing – cars can be taken as well. The ferry runs regularly through the day.

The ferry noses out towards Gozo


You pass the third of the Maltese island – Comino


One of the beautiful Churches on the Gozo island


Narrow streets abound throughout the village


With space at a premium this wheat field has been sown between the buildings


When the British settled in Malta during the 18th Century, they started to close in the balconies with glass and wood, protecting the houses from the elements.


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