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$20.77 Tours & Sightseeing

City Sightseeing Gozo Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

The Purple and Blue Routes both begin in Mgarr (Stop 1); however customers can join the tour at any of the tour stops along the route. If you’d prefer to enjoy the sights from the open-top double-decker buses, then stay on the tour for the full loop, taking approximately 60 minutes to complete the Purple Route and 115 minutes to complete the Blue Route. Hop on as the tour takes you on an adventure through Gozo, a city famous for its UNESCO-listed Ggantija Temples, its beautiful beaches, and its many hiking spots. Along the Purple Line, be amazed by the Xewkija Village, one of the oldest villages in Gozo, as you also enjoy panoramic views from the bus’ open-top deck of the Rotunda of Xewkija, one of Gozo’s most important landmarks. Hop off at the tourist hotspot, Magro Food Village, to enjoy Gozo’s traditional culinary delights, or uncover the culture of the city at the Ta Dbiegi, unique for its colorful streets and old-style shops. Continue sightseeing along the Blue Route, and discover more attractions including Gozo’ biggest beach, the Ramla, where you can hop off and soak up the sunshine. If you’d like a bite to eat or to do some shopping, hop off at the Nadur.

$81.92 Tours & Sightseeing

Gozo Sightseeing Segway Tour with Lunch

You have an option to choose either morning, or afternoon departure for this journey. Once decided, depart form Mgarr ferry terminal and head up to the scenic Belvedere Qala, that overlooks the harbor and Gozo channel with sister islands of Maltese Archipelago - Malta and Comino on the back. Qala is one of the most beautiful villages in Gozo. Your next destination is Nadur, one of Gozo's famous three hills and home to three of the most popular bays on the island - Dahlet Qorrot, San Blas and Ramla il-Hamra. Nadur is also the place to go to if you're looking for an authentic traditional culinary experience of the iconic wood stove bakeries. Here you will stop for a mouthwatering 'ftira' and some refreshing tea before heading to one of the best hidden secrets of the island - Calypso Cave.While observing lush green valleys beneath, continue down the hill to Ramla il-Hamra Bay, which literally translates as "Red Golden Sand". This is the largest bay on the island with red sandy dunes and shallow, crystal clear water. Congratulations on passing across the entire island! After a short break, hop back on your Segways and head deep into the remote valley between the steep hills of Nadur and Xaghra, where you will stop to handpick some wild seasonal pears or pomegranates. Most of the locally grown fruits come from this valley's orchards.Later, pass through the oldest village in Gozo, Xewkija. The Church of Saint John the Baptist, commonly known as the Rotunda of Xewkija is the biggest on Maltese islands and dominates the whole village. The dome is the world’s third highest unsupported dome. The interior is decorated with fine sculpture and modern paintings. The floor is of polished Carrara marble. The silhouette of the imposing church with the sun setting behind it towards the west will create a fantastic photo opportunity. Upon commencing your way back to the harbor, pass through the outskirts of Mgarr ix-Xini valley, which recently became famous for being the set for Hollywood blockbuster "By the Sea", starring Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. This area is also renowned for its rich historic sites including the Cart Ruts, dating back to the Roman times and Fort Chambray, built by the Knights of St John in the late 1700's.

$103.85 Day Trips & Excursions

ALL INCLUSIVE FULL DAY TUK-TUK TOUR - ISLAND OF GOZO

The Tuk-Tuk tour departs from Mgarr Harbour, and our first stop will be the village square of Xewkija, in front of the Xewkija Rotunda church. Entrance to the Rotunda is free of charge. A 360 degree panaromic view of the island of Gozo can be enjoyed from the roof of the rotunda is accessed through a lift against a small fee which is to payable directly to the church and is not included in the price. We leave the village of Xewkija through it's back roads and through the village of Sannat we cross over to the village of Munxar, home to the beautiful Sanap Cliffs. Our second stop. The pathway to Sanap Cliffs is not easily accessible by public transport or on foot. Our Tuk-Tuk gets you there. Sanap Cliffs offer a unique experience of the rugged landscape and sea of the southern part of the island of Gozo. We approach Xlendi Bay stopping at the Belvedere overlooking the Xlendi tower. The tower is one of the Lascaris towers and dates back to 1650, and is is the oldest free-standing coastal watchtower in Gozo. Heading down towards the Xlendi Bay, one can enjoy the long stretch of cliffs and the bay. Leaving Xlendi bay behind us the driver tuks up the hill to the village of Fontana, where we pass by the old wash house which was built by the Knights, named after a natural spring which flows nearly all year. Leaving the village of Fontana we head towards the village of San Lawrenz, passing by the Aquadot on the surburbs of Victoria. The aquadot was built by the British between 1839 and 1843 to transport water from Ghar Ilma in the limitis of Kercem to the capital Victoria. Through the village of San Lawrenz we head down towards our next stop at Dwejra Bay. Dwejra is also home to the Fungus Rock, Dwejra Inland sea and the blue hole - one of Gozo's top dive-sites. Dwejra tower, is a small watchtower in Dwejra Bay that was completed in 1652. We Tuk-Tuk back uphill towards the village of Gharb, and reach the next stop at Ta' Pinu Basilica which is dedicated to Our Lady of Ta'Pinu, it was built between 1920 and 1931. It is an architectural masterpiece, especially inside with its superb sculptures and craftsmanship in Maltese stone. Entrance to the Basilica is free of charge.The parvis of the Basilica has been recently given a transformation and now boasts 20 stations of the Cross made out of mosiac. We Tuk-Tuk downhill enjoying the valley known as Wied il-Mielah, appraoching the Wied il-Mielah window, where once again we stop. This is a limestone natural arch on the north-western coast of the island of Gozo. It is located at the end of the valley known as Wied il-Mielah in north of the village of Gharb.This experience is not accessible by public transport. In the distance one can also see the Fanal tal-Gordan. This lighthouse is still active and it is located on a hill above the village of Ghasri. This experience is not accessible by public transport. We then head towards the west side of the fishermans village of Marsalforn, reaching the Salt Pans in the fisherman's village of Marsalforn. We stop to admire he chequerboard formation of the rock-cut salt pans protruding into the sea which date back some 350 years. The salt pans stretch for about 3km along the coast. We proceed passing through Xwejni bay and the village of Marsalforn heading towards the village of Xaghra. At this village we offer a choice to our passengers between the Ggantija Temples or Calypso Cave. Ggantija is a megalithic temple complex from the Neolithic period and are the earliest temples of the Maltese islands.There is an entrance fee to the temples that is not included in the price. Alternativley the other choice is free of charge and it's Calypso Cave. Calypso Cave in the village of Xaghra, overlooks the glorious red sands of Ramla il-Hamra and surrounding valley.This is another great photo opportunity. It is alleged that Calypso's Cave is the cave referred to by Homer in The Odyssey. We Tuk-Tuk downhill leaving behind the village of Xaghra we come onto the rich and fertile Ramla Valley, on the northern side of the island of Gozo. We Tuk-Tuk uphill on the other side of the valley approaching the village of Nadur, towards Ta'Kenuna Tower. This semaphore (sign) tower was built by the British in 1848 and is 130 meters above sea level. It is surrounded by a small attractive botanical garden that has a number of plants that are native to the Maltese islands. This stop offers a unique backdrop as it overlooks the island of Comino, giving a great opportunity for a photo with the unique Blue Lagoon as a backdrop. We Tuk-Tuk our way down to Mgarr Yacht Marina, where we board one of our boats. Our skipper will stop at the Blue Lagoon as he approaches Cirkewwa harbour in Malta where he will escort you to your transportation, which will return you to your original pick up point.

$34.04 Day Trips & Excursions

THREE (3) HOURS AFTERNOON TUK-TUK TOUR - GOZO

After departing Cirkewwa in (Malta) with the Ferry at 13:30pm and arriving Mgarr Terminal in (Gozo) around 13:50pm, our tuk tuk driver will be holding a Yippee Tuk-Tuk tours sign outside the arrivals terminal.The tour departs at 14:00 PM from Mgarr Harbour heading towards the village of Nadur with the Ta' Kenuna Tower. This semaphore (sign) tower was built by the British in 1848 and is 130 meters above sea level. It is surrounded by a small attractive botanical garden that has a number of plants that are native to the Maltese islands. This stop offers a unique backdrop as it overlooks the island of Comino, giving a great opportunity for a photo with the world famous Blue Lagoon.As we tuk tuk downhill leaving the village of Nadur behind us, we come into the rich and fertile Ramla Valley, on the northern side of the island of Gozo. The valley is known for what is arguably Gozo's best beach - a wide stretch of red sandy bay known as Ramla. Our next stop is at Calypso Cave in the village of Xaghra that overlooks the glorious red sands of Ramla il-Hamra and surrounding valley. This is another great photo opportunity. It is alleged that Calypso's Cave is the cave referred to by Homer in The Odyssey. Leaving the village of Xaghra through it's back streets we tuk tuk downhill towards the fisherman's village of Marsalforn.Look out for the Tal-Merzuq Hill on top of which is perched a statue of Risen Christ at a height of 320 feet. We drive through the village of Marsalforn, then to Qbajjar bay followed by Xwejni bay reaching the Salt Pans on the west side of Marsalforn. The checkerboard formation of the rock-cut salt pans protruding into the sea date back to approximately 350 years. The Salt Pans stretch for about 3 km along the coast, another great photo opportunity. We proceed alongside the coast heading towards the Wied il-Mielah window. This is a limestone natural arch on the north-western coast of the island of Gozo. It is located at the end of the valley known as Wied il-Mielah in north of the village of Gharb. In the distance one can also spot the Fanal tal-Gordan. This lighthouse is still active and it is located on a hill above the village of Ghasri. This experience is not accessible by public transport.Leaving behind the scenic window, we move up through the country side heading towards the village of Gharb, arriving at magnificent Ta' Pinu Basilica. Entrance to the Basilica is free of charge.  We then start our return journey to Mgarr harbour passing through Gozo's capital city Victoria, with the Citadel as our backdrop.The driver will ensure that you are on time to connect to the ferry for a timely return to Malta.