Gozo is the second largest island of the Maltese Archipelago that consists of three islands known as Gozo, Comino and mainland Malta. Gozo is rural and simple, known for its untouched beauty and slow paced way of life.
Gozo is tranquil and treasures its peace. For some, the silence can be overwhelming, but not to those for whom it spells a blessed respite from the trials and tribulations of everyday life. Gozo is not for those who like wild clubbing, but for those who treasure their peace of body and soul and a slow rhythm of life, although a couple of excellent night spots are a hive of activity among the locals during the summer months.
Village bars open early in order to cater for the early risers who attend the first mass of the day and close fairly late at night, catering to the socialising needs of locals and visitors alike. These watering-holes, with their wooden chairs, marble counters, and large metal trays containing this local delicacy, pastizzi, are a cultural icon. The island is well served by restaurants, where the eating is good and varied. The visitor is spoilt for choice. Apart from restaurants and cafes offering local dishes as well as continental menus, one can also enjoy theme restaurants such as Chinese and Indian.
The Gozitan experience is one like never before. The number of activities one can enjoy whilst visiting Gozo is endless. From wining and dining in local restaurants, to Segway and quad bike trips across the cliffs and valleys, walks and treks to secluded beaches, t0 any water sport activities one can image, Martinu Homes can organise any activity one can imagine.