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Long Hut One, Ħ'Attard,, Ħ'Attard, Malta
Located in the Ta Qali Crafts Village near Mdina, Valletta Glass runs a workshop producing custom designed glassware and two retail outlets. Watch glassblowers at work before picking up your own souvenir bowl, plate, vase, candleholder or animal...
Follow the signs to this hidden spot on a stone-walled corner in Gozo’s capital city of Victoria for an Italian meal worthy of a “Mama Mia!” Multiple rooms with cave-like stone arches provide a charming, yet cheeky atmosphere where wooden tables...
Pjazza l-Indipendenza, Ir-Rabat Għawdex, Malta
Extend your memories of Gozo’s local cuisine by bringing some back home. At Jubilee Foods you will find individual items or ready-made hampers that make for ideal gifts. The broad selection includes jars of conserves, coffee and tea, flavored...
Charity Street, Victoria VCT, Malta
This ornate church, known in Maltese as the Basilica San Ġorġ, stands atop the hill at the heart of Victoria, Gozo’s largest town. In the glittering golden interior, you’ll find a fully functional Baroque organ and an intriguing Byzantine-style...
Marina St, Marsalforn, Malta
After visiting the Ta Mena Winery and farms on Gozo I completed my farm-to-table experience in Marsalforn, a little fishing village along the sea. The Ta Mena Farm runs the restaurant Il-Kartell and supplies the fresh produce and wines they have...
Triq Franġisk Portelli, Ta' Kerċem, Malta
The ancient settlement of Għarb plays host to a crafts village, where you can watch local artisans produce pottery, lace and glass and pick up a handmade souvenir from the outlet stores. More of the settlement’s impressive craftsmanship is on...
Triq id-dwejra, San Lawrenz, Malta
Gozo is a fantastic island just north of Malta. It is easy to get there by boat from Cirkewwa/Malta. The boat leaves more or less every hour. Best way to get around Gozo is the public transport, allthough you do need a bit of patience as some...
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