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Sustainable destination Gozo , Malta

Gozo, an island with paradisiacal bays and turquoise waters, one of the three inhabited islands of Malta.

The island is a bit different from the others as it is covered in Green Nature, a rustic atmosphere and its local identity. On Gozo you can find excellent beaches and heritage sites like the such as the Medieval Citadel or the world’s oldest temples of Ggantija! Gozo is a top 100 sustainable destination by Green Destinations.

Sustainable destination Gozo!

Sustainable destination Gozo is committed towards sustainable tourism by supporting cultural activities within its local communities and promoting these events also as attractions in themselves.  These achievements have also been recognised at an international level as Gozo has been awarded the Quality Coast Gold Award and has been recognised as a Top 100 Sustainable Destination.

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Most sustainable hotels

The Duke Boutique Hotel

13.36 kg
9.4 856 reviews

The St. George’s Park Hotel

12.54 kg
5 1644 reviews

be.HOTEL

17.03 kg
8.7 8647 reviews

The Preluna Hotel

18.08 kg
7.9 1397 reviews

Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort Malta

18.21 kg
8.5 927 reviews

Corinthia Hotel St. George’s Bay

18.23 kg
8.5 1127 reviews

AX The Victoria Hotel

20.11 kg
8.7 1757 reviews

AX The Palace

21.10 kg
8.4 1322 reviews

things to do

Marsaxlokk Visit the beautiful fishing village with many traditional fishing boats. On Sunday there is markets which sells their freshly caught fish but also fruit, vegetables and little souvenirs. You’ll love this picturesque village!
Prehistoric temples of Hagar Qim and Mnajdra The temples are built roughly 3000 B.C. but were abandoned and disappeared under the sand. But they were rediscovered, excavated and reconstructed in the early 19th century. Both temples nowadays are covered with roofs of white tent cloth, to protect the remains from the elements.
Into the wild ake a walk in the amazing nature of Gozo. Some say it is the island where time has stood still. Ideal for hiking enthusiasts and those seeking peace!
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