Where: This complex of temples dates back to around 3,500BC and is one of the oldest free-standing structures in the world, with parts of the walls and altars still intact. There is an excellent museum in the visitors centre, with ancient artefacts that were discovered on site.
The clear, warm blue waters and endless list of dive sites to choose from make Gozo a diver’s paradise. The island’s limestone creates some dramatic underwater scenery, rock formations and caves. Marine life is plentiful, and there are plenty of artificial reefs and wrecks for boat dives.
The Citadel, Victoria
Wander around the tiny stone streets of the fortified Citadel, the old capital of Gozo, for island views and an insight into what life was like for locals taking refuge during invasions. Inside the walls you’ll find museums of nature, folklore and archaeology, as well as a cathedral and an old prison.