Top things to do in Nadur

Top Choice Beach in Nadur

San Blas Bay

San Blas, a tiny, rock-strewn bay with some patches of coarse, rust-coloured sand, is backed by steep, terraced fields with prickly-pear hedges. There's parking space for only a handful of cars at the beginning of t…
Top Choice Italian in Nadur

Osteria Scottadito

Energetic owners from northern Italy run this excellent restaurant tucked behind Nadur's church. Cuisine influenced by the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy is the focus, but many local and sustainable ingredients are …
Top Choice Craft Beer in Nadur


With more than 300 brews from around Malta and the world, the team at Gebuba are big beer fans. Seating is either on Nadur's pretty main square or amid Gebuba's cosy interior, and friendly owner Giovanni can also re…
Beach in Nadur

Daħlet Qorrot

Attractive Daħlet Qorrot is popular with local weekenders. There's a tiny gravel beach, but most of the swimming is off the rocks beside the rows of little boathouses (carved out of the rock, and with brightly paint…
Pizza in Nadur

Maxokk Bakery

An excellent bakery, open since the 1930s, selling traditional ftira (Maltese bread) and pizza, freshly baked in a bread oven and with a wide range of toppings. It also serves craft beer from Gozo, and there are a f…
Beach in Nadur

Ħondoq ir-Rummien

From the village square of nearby Qala, head east along Triq il-Kunċizzjoni, which leads down to the coast at Ħondoq ir-Rummien, a popular swimming cove with a scrap of sand, bathing ladders on the rocks, and benche…
Church in Nadur

Church of Saints Peter & Paul

Nadur’s ornate Church of Saints Peter and Paul was built in the late 18th century – the entrance is framed by white statues of the two saints, giving the church its local nickname of iż-Żewġ (the pair). The interior…
Windmill in Nadur

Qala Windmills

Built in the 19th century, these windmills in the village of Qala (pronounced 'a-la') were in use until the 1970s. From Nadur's main square it is 2km east to the windmills.
Museum in Nadur

Kelinu Grima Maritime Museum

This charming museum contains fascinating ship models, relics and maritime memorabilia, collected by a primary-school teacher over 65 years.
Pizza in Nadur

Mekrens Bakery

This is a great traditional bakery, serving up ftira (traditional Maltese bread) and delicious varieties of pizza.