From sleepy Gozitan towns
to water-sports haven
Gozo is often associated with sleepy towns, rural hiking paths and clear, unpolluted beaches and sites, free of crowds and noise. Rarely is Malta’s sister island synonymous with water sports. We’re here to change your minds
Let’s start off with Xlendi Water Sports.
Xlendi Bay, a small sandy beach leading into shallow waters is ideal for swimming, snorkeling, diving and jet skis! Life jacket (and fuel) included, you can push your limits and conquer the sea on a couple of jet skis.
If you can’t handle a jet ski, Xlendi Water Sports can also hook you up with a kayak (for one or even two) or a row boat.
Looking for a more family-friendly activity? Hop on the ‘Crazy Sofa’ for the most insane, exhilarating 15 minutes of your life (or trip to Gozo, at least!)
A wide stretch of beautiful red sand, Ramla Bay features protected sand dunes, and a beautiful green valley leading down to the bay. Also featured? A 6-seater banana ride!
Vitamin Sea adds that little bit of excitement you’re looking for, with their 6-seater banana, doughnut and double ring rides.
Alternatively, you can also skim over the surface of the crystal blue water on their wake boards or skis. It’s time to get that adrenaline going ladies and gentlemen!
Located in Qala, Hondoq ir-Rummien has a small, sandy and pebbly beach as well as crystal clear water, with a stunning azure colour. Small caves make it perfect for snorkeling and the calm seas make it ideal for knee boarding!
Your visit to Hondoq simply wouldn’t be complete without a couple of exhilarating water activities, right? Not only can you rent paddle boards and boats, canoes and kayaks, but you can also go on a jet ski safari around Comino (accompanied by a guide, of course!)