Gozo might be a small island, but tourists who visit often struggle to find time to partake in the various attractions it has to offer. The fact that visitors to Gozo have so much to do means that it is important to plan your trip out such that you don’t miss anything worthwhile. One of the best ways to ensure that you make the most out of your trip to Gozo is by signing up for a guided tour of the island.
There are a number of guided tours available to suit the different types of tourists visit Gozo. If you want, you can sign up to a city sightseeing tour such as the one offered by City Sightseeing Worldwide. This two hour and ten minutes long guided tour is conducted on an open top bus and it goes through some of the most popular attractions on the island, including the picture-perfect Mgarr Harbour, Fort Chambray and Victoria’s famous Citadel.
If you are planning to visit Gozo’s signature attraction the Ggantija Temples, you should consider one of many guided tours that take tourists there. These tours, which can be booked for any time of the year, will ensure that you can make the most of your visit to what are widely considered to be the oldest free-standing structures in the world.
Some attractions on the island are difficult to access without the aid of a guided tour, including the Calypso Cave, which according to popular legend is where Calypso, daughter of Atlas entertained Odysseus for seven years. You can also get a guided tour of Ta’ Pinu Sanctuary, which attracts a large number of pilgrims because it is believed to have miraculous healing powers.
A well-informed tour guide will make sure you know exactly what you are seeing, besides handling all the logistics of getting you to and from your hotel, so if you are visiting Gozo, be sure to consider a guided tour or two.