A boat charter destination
Gozo is the second largest island in the Maltese archipelago. Famous for having the world’s oldest free-standing and religious built structures, the island is important for many reasons: its historical significance in the world, its geographical position, and its natural habitats.
Malta’s sister island is far more rural, and its slower-paced lifestyle is perfect for a relaxed holiday. Gozitan beaches are just as unique as Maltese ones and each one has its distinct characteristics.
Gozo is the perfect destination for those who like to swim, sunbathe, discover local culture and visit historical sites…all against what is arguably the most gorgeous scenery in the Mediterranean. Additionally, the island is ranked one of the top diving destinations in the Mediterranean year after year, and it is a well-known centre for water sports.
One of Gozo’s most fascinating traits is the sheer number of attractions that are available within 67 square kilometres of land. Visiting the island by boat is a perfect option to ensure that the maximum number of sites are explored. At the end of your trip, you will have tasted most of what Gozo has to offer, and you will definitely have great memories to share with friends and family.
Daħlet Qorrot Bay
Daħlet Qorrot Bay
Rummien is Maltese for pomegranate, perhaps because of the fact that this small, sandy beach is surrounded by open countryside and wild vegetation. Just like in an idyllic Mediterranean postcard, there is also a rocky area, for those who feel more adventurous. Ħondoq is located right opposite the island of Comino and it is popular amongst locals for summer barbecues and relaxing evenings. The crystal clear waters of this bay make it perfect for swimmers, snorkelers and divers alike. There are many salt pans in the surroundings, some of which are still used in order to produce tasty Gozitan salt.