Viewpoint in Mġarr


Triq iż-Żewwiega leads to a stunning viewpoint just south of Qala. It's worth the effort to get here – 1.8km uphill from the harbour; once here you can enjoy the magnificent panorama over Gozo and out to sea.
Fort in Mġarr

Fort Chambray

Fort Chambray was built by the Knights of St John in the early 18th century. It was originally intended to supplant Victoria as Gozo's main fortified town, and the area within the walls was envisaged as a grid of st…
Area in Mġarr

Bethlehem Village

On the right after the first roundabout as you leave Mġarr is this life-sized Bethlehem-style village, where 150 actors create a living nativity, which attracts thousands of people each year during December. It's a …
Church in Mġarr

Church of Our Lady of Lourdes

This 20th-century neo-Gothic church appears almost to hang over the village. Begun in 1924, a lack of funds meant that its construction was not completed until the 1970s.
Viewpoint in Mġarr


A right turn at the top of the harbour hill leads to a belvedere with a grand view over the harbour to Comino and northern Malta.