Self-Catering Holiday Villas in Gozo, Malta
Taz-Zghar Holiday Villa with dipping Pool
A renovated and rustically furnished property that can host up to 10 people in 4 large and bright double bedrooms (2 with AC) and a comfortable sofa-bed in the living room. All the bedrooms are laid out around an intimate dipping pool and deck area. The holiday villa has a fully equipped kitchen and a bright open-plan dining and living area equipped to entertain with 32 inch LED TV and free WiFi.Book Direct and Save
Tal-Bniet Self-Catering Villa with Pool
The rustic property welcomes guests into a spacious open living and dining area (with LED TV) together with a fully equipped kitchen. Adjacent to the living area, the 150m2 property features a private outdoor swimming pool surrounded by a deck area with BBQ and lounge deck chairs. The holiday villa can host up to 8 persons in three separate bedrooms (1 double and 2 twin bedrooms) and two additional foldable beds. All bedrooms are large and bright, equipped with ceiling fans and insect screens to offer a comfortable stay.Book Direct and Save
Nadur, a quiant village in Gozo
Nadur is situated on the easternmost hill of the small island of Gozo, Malta’s sister-island. Nadur, a lofty, lookout plateau, has a population of around 4,000 people which makes Nadur one of the largest localities in Gozo.
In Nadur, you can still find a lot of farmers and seafarers. Quantities of fresh fruit like apples, peaches, pears, plums, oranges, lemon and melons from the fields of Nadur are distributed around all Malta and Gozo. Along Nadur’s coastline one can see the peaceful bays of San Blas, Dahlet Qorrot and Ramla. Dahlet Qorrot is a delightful small bay from where a lot of fishermen set sail every day. The picturesque boathouses in Dahlet Qorrot were converted from the original caves and ledges underneath the cliffs. It is a wonderful place for all those who love the quite spot.
Ta’ Sopu Tower lies half way through Dahlet Qorrot and San Blas. As the village motto has it, Nadur is in itself a watch house for the island. The Nadurin were watchful sentries who could spot danger in time and call the alarm. There is another tower known as Kenuna Tower. This was built in 1848, and served as a telegraph link between Malta and Gozo and not as a fort. Recently Kenuna tower was completely restored and is now serving for communication purposes.
The new Maltese Garden at Kenuna makes this area a must-see for all visitors. From here one can enjoy one of the most magnificent views in the Maltese Islands.
The feast of Nadur “Mnarja” is celebrated on the 29th of June and by the 1720’s a beautiful area known as “Il-Buskett” (meaning little forest) was the site of the celebrations. The feast was very popular with honeymooners and it’s name seems to suggest that there is a possible connection with the beginning of Summer. It is derived from luminaria (illumination), and in fact it is a festival rooted in Maltese seasonal rituals and customs.
Hiring a car whilst visiting the Maltese islands is the easiest and fastest way to discover all the beautiful hidden spots and simply move along in own pace. Choosing the right car hire in terms of service, quality and price becomes essential ensuring a smooth and carefree holiday. However, as in any other destination, the car hire industry in Malta is not without 'bad apples' and there are several aspects one should pay attention to whilst taking a decision about car
During the sovereignty of the knights of St. John, the village of Hamrun was used to store cocoa beans in the area known as tas-Samra. Today Hamrun hosts the island's Chocolate Festival and this year this indulgent event will take place on Saturday evening on the 22nd October 2016, in the ‘old’ city centre of Hamrun and in Joseph High Street (Strada Rjali). These areas will be the beating heart of the festival where visitors will undergo the ultimate chocolate experience. Chocolate