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Exciting ways to sightsee in Gozo

Exciting ways to sightsee in Gozo

Totalling 67 km², you can travel Gozo’s length in less than 30 minutes by car and most villages are within a 15 minute drive from each other. The island is known for its unspoilt coastal scenery and well-trodden hiking routes; so whichever mode of travel you choose, even if it’s on foot, you are always guaranteed inspirational backdrops.
Here are some ways in which you can sightsee in Gozo:

segway tours

If you are looking for a fun, eco-friendly way to glide around Gozo why not try a Segway Tour? Segway companies in Gozo offer different routes around the island factoring in popular landmarks and lesser known coastal trails; with sessions ranging from 1 hour through to 5 hours. Marsalforn’s Saltpans, Ta’ Pinu Sanctuary, the Sanap cliffs are some of the locations for visitors to enjoy.

quad bikes

If you enjoy the thrill of rougher terrain while cruising around on all fours then why not try out a Quadbike Tour. Some companies offer tours that cater for groups of 3 up to about 20 people and include the services of a tour leader who guides groups around countryside and coastal trails, through alleys and pathways taking in either the North or South of the island.

go car

This is a relatively new way to tour Gozo. A GoCar is a three-wheeled vehicle that offers side-by-side seating for two people. GoCars are safe and easy to drive and allow their users to leisurely tour Gozo and experience amazing scenery, small traditional villages, and beautiful hidden gems of the island.

tuk tuk

If you’d prefer to sit back and relax while someone else does the navigating, pedal pushing and steering, a Tuk-Tuk tour is the way to go. Tuk-Tuk guides will drive you around Gozo’s coastal resorts, historic villages and churches; from Xewkija’s Rotunda Church, Sanap Cliffs and Xlendi Bay through to Ta Pinu Sanctuary and more.


cycling and e-bike tours

Choose from different tours taking in our South Coast cliffs and hidden bays, Ancient Caves and Temples, Chapels and Footpaths or traversing across the unspoilt beauty of Gozo’s North Coast. Tours last between 3 and 5 hours and routes can be tailored according to whether riders enjoy cycling on hilly or flat terrain or prefer an off or on-road experience.