Ghasri is Gozo’s smallest village and is dominated by Ta Gurdan Lighthouse standing 180m above sea level on a flat topped hill, high above the village. A steep path leads up to the lighthouse, with the reward of spectacular 360 degree views across the island. The village lies nestled between the hills of Zebbug and Ghammar overlooking the Ghasri Valley, which is ideal for walkers and cyclists alike. The scenery ends in a beautiful tight gorge dropping into the sea, a sight popular with divers.
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Rabbit and meat stew is very popular amongst the Maltese and Gozitans, as well as delicious Italian-inspred pizza. Sample the local produce including fresh berries, olives and wine from the vineyards.
Although Gozo is a relaxed island, a few clubs can be found in the capital. The Gozitan way of life is traditionally slow-paced and so many enjoy the evening at a good local restaurant with a bottle of wine. there are many restaurants and bars to choose from in the city centre, suitable for all tastes. As a cultural hub, theatre and recitals are very popular in the area, and you can often find a jazz concert or play going on in one of the theatres or churches.
Sample some great Gozitan wine or take part and learn about the harvest at the Ta Mena estate. As well as wine, the estate produces great jams and fresh olives, all from local produce. You can buy a bottle to take back to the villa with you, which will beautifully compliment the fresh seafood available on the island.
Ta’ Dbiegi Crafts Village near Gharb (the oldest village on the island) is a great place to by some Gozitan lace, pottery, lace and glass as a souvenir of your holiday.