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Xlendi Bay

The delightful sea inlet, known as Xlendi Bay, lies at the end of a deep, lush ravine which was once a river bed.

Until the mid-20th century, Xlendi was a small fishing port and a restful summer resort for a few locals and Maltese. The bay is now on the must-visit list of most day-trippers to the Island and those taking a Malta private boat hire or Malta charter.

The bay still retains a peaceful atmosphere and is undeveloped. Xlendi is flanked by a steep cliff. On the promontory is Xlendi Tower, built in 1650. It commands superb sea views and stands on a scenic coastline pitted with hand-dug salt pans.

Wied il-Mielaħ Window

One of the landmarks that you would definitely want to see is the Natural window situated at Wied il-Mielaħ. Found at the end of the Wied il-Mielaħ Valley, the Window is a limestone natural arch on the north-western coast of the island of Gozo. This was once a slightly lesser known alternative to the popular Azure Window, however after it’s collapse in 2017 during a storm, the Wield il-Mielaħ window became the place to see.

Being on the furthest point in Gozo, reaching this point is only possible when taking an overnight boat charter since arriving to this destination and back to port in 1 day is practically impossible due to the distance. On the other hand it is surely a place to visit when circumnavigating Gozo on a Multi-day skippered or bareboat yacht Charter.

Marsalforn Bay

Marsalforn bay is one of the most popular resort locations in Gozo offering plenty of restaurants, hotels and cafes. During the summer months hundreds of Gozitan, Maltese and Tourists move in to this locality. The traditional Maltese Luzzu fishing boats give Marsalforn Bay a charming and colourful feeling whilst also providing the restaurants in the bay with fresh seafood.

Whilst offering limited swimming opportunities and scenery when compared to other bays around Gozo due to its commercial nature and coastline, this location is ideal for Customers who plan to spend a couple of days or more on an overnight or multi-day yacht charter to get to land by means of a dinghy and enjoy an indulging meal at one of the various restaurants available in this location. This is truly a seafood lovers paradise!

Ramla Bay

Ramla is Gozo’s largest sandy bay and one of the most beautiful on the Islands. The beach here is of a deep, reddish-gold hue. The bay is surrounded by countryside and nestles below steep terraced hills and the mythical Calypso’s Cave. Ramla is a superb spot to while away the hours. Swimming here is safe and the waters are clear and clean. There are some smooth, underwater boulders a few metres out in the central strip, but these are easily negotiated.

Of historical interest in the bay are some Roman ruins burried under the sand near the present-day cafes, and a ‘fougasse’ – a kind of primitive mortar developed by the Knights which was fired from a rock-cut shaft to defend the bay during the 18th century. This site is normally visited during private boat hire or private boat rental around Gozo.

San Blas

San Blas bay is another bay located on the north east side of Gozo. This is not a very busy bay since it is very hard to access on foot. The sand is reddish and water is crystal clear and it’s perfect for snorkeling around the rocks and boulders on the side of the bay.

The bay is also nicely surrounded by a good amount of vegetation giving it a different, more cosy feel, from other bays around the Maltese Archipelago.

The sandy beach at San Blas Bay is also ideal families. Another great location to visit during your Malta Yacht charter, private boat hire or Private boat rental excursion.

Daħlet Qorrot

Daħlet Qorrot is a tiny picturesque fishing cove and a tranquil, isolated spot on the north-east coast below Nadur and Qala.

The bay is a popular local beauty spot. The craggy coastline and clear waters are perfect for snorkeling. The bay is still used by local fishermen. A few boathouses line the shore whilst the ledges and small caves double up as shade areas. During the summer months one can admire a number of small colourful fishing boats moored here.

This is one of the locations that we like to visit with our Malta charter customers who would have already visited the more popular locations any who would like to go to an area which is not so busy.

Qala Rock (Ġebla tal-Ħalfa)

Qala Rock (Pronounced Aala) is small islet rock situated on the south-east coast of the island of Gozo. The size of the islet is 95 metres, by 50 metres. The Qala Rock is located approximately 65 metres away from the south coast of the village of Qala. This rock sits in a secluded beach having large pebbles, golden sand and abundant underwater growth. This location is ideal for people who would like to swim and also snorkel.

Due to the limited size of the area, a very small number of boats are able to fit here. This means that the location is normally extremely quiet and peaceful. When we are lucky enough to find a slot (typically during weekdays), we make it a point to stop our Malta yacht charter customers who comment that this was surely one of the best places visited during their boat charter and that it felt like being in paradise.

Ħondoq ir-Rummien

On the coast below the village of Qala lies Ħondoq ir-Rummien, a small cove which is popular with snorkelers because of its deep and clear water and the small caves at water level.

Ħondoq ir-Rummien, is one of the few remaining tracts of open countryside left in the Maltese Islands. The sea in this area boasts some of the cleanest, clearest water in all of Malta and Gozo, attracting locals and divers alike.

An area of outstanding scenic beauty, it is also a vital habitat for dwindling communities of rare plants. During a Private boat hire or Private yacht rental this place should not to be missed.