Archaeological Sites

Gozo’s rich early history makes for some fascinating archeaological tourism. First settled around 5500BC, by 3600BC Gozo’s people had began to build and carve in stone. They created temples, statues and subterranean burial complexes similar to those on the main island of Malta but otherwise unique in the world.

Basilica Museum


It is unique in the Maltese islands in that its construction, including a medieval wing, was conceived and designed as a modern multi-mediatic museum that includes audio-visual halls and interactive points on every floor.

Church of Our Lady Loreto


Our Lady of Loreto is a Roman Catholic neo-gothic parish church located in the village of Għajnsielem on the island of Gozo, Malta.

Ġgantija Temples


These ancient structures represent a phenomenal cultural, artistic and technological development in a very early period in human life.

Santa Verna Temple


Is a megalithic site in Xagħra, the site was originally occupied by a village and a megalithic temple.

St Margaret’s Church


The Parish church of St Margaret is a Roman Catholic church that serves the village of Sannat in Gozo, MaltaHistoryThe original church dedicated to Saint Margaret of Antioch dates back to the late Middle Ages.

Wardija Nymphaeum


This manmade cave in an upper cliff on Ras il-Wardija in the limits of San Lawrenz, further south from Dwejra Bay, is thought to have been created in Phoenician times and used as a religious sanctuary.