Marsalforn Bay

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Malta: Gozo Full-Day Jeep Tour with Lunch + Boat Ride

1. Malta: Gozo Full-Day Jeep Tour with Lunch + Boat Ride

Explore the island of Gozo by Jeep and see the most beautiful sights on this day trip from Malta. Stop in the charming towns and enjoy different bays such as Ramla Bay and Xlendi Bay. Uncover the secrets of Calypso's Cave and have a scrumptious lunch. Go to Victoria and ride past the Blue Lagoon and Comino Caves. Benefit from hotel pickup in Malta and private powerboat to Gozo. Meet your guide and head to the Qala Belvedere for panoramic views across the sea, then visit the pretty resort town of Ramla Bay. See ruins at Calypso's Cave, or explore the temple complex of Ġgantija (own expense). Make a stop to refuel with a three-course meal at the beautiful Village of Xewkija. Discover the typical fishing village of Xlendi Bay and marvel at the rock formations of Dwejra. Get up close to the salt pans on the north coast near the beach resort of Marsalforn Bay. Visit the Citadel in the capital city of Victoria, and enjoy some time for a relaxing swim in the sea. End with a powerboat ride back to Malta via the Blue Lagoon and Comino Caves.

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What people are saying about Marsalforn Bay

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 601 reviews

Unique and exciting experience with our guide Mustafa. He showed us the whole island, goes into each individual person and passes on valuable information. I didn't feel like I was just a "tourist" with him. Really great atmosphere, tour and great handling.

the tour took us on little Suzukis around the island of Gozo and we got to see the main sites of interest. my driver and guide, Cil, was fantastic.

Sara was very informative. While the others were in the back of the jeep, I sat next to her and learned extra tidbits about the island.

Good guide but she should know more about Malta. Didn’t know where Malta gets its power (electricity) from.

Very active and full filed day. Sarah was amazing, and the waves were huge