The village of Nadur is a true traditional Gozitan village located on a high hill to the east of the island of Gozo. There are interesting things to see in this traditional village including high belvedere vantage points providing some of the best vistas over land and sea. From these points the island and comino and malta can clearly bee see. The village can be reached directly from the harbour of Mġarr or from ir-Rabat .
Ix-Xewkija, is a village which lies half way between Mġarr Harbour and ir-Rabat, is the oldest village in Gozo and is best known for its awesome rotunda, the circular church at the centre of the village. Gozo’s largest church, its dome is a distinctive landmark visible across much of the island.
Ta’ Sannat village lies in the south of the island of Gozo. And is best known for the Ta’ Ċenċ plateau on the edge of the village and its spectacular Ta’ Ċenċ cliffs, the highest cliffs in Gozo.
The Village of Iż-Żebbuġ lies stretched on a tranquil hill in the north of Gozo with panoramic views of the Gozitan countryside and the Mediterranean. On a slope on the edge of the village, facing Ta Gurdan Lighthouse and known as is-Sagħtrija, (The Wild Thyme Field)