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Top spots for… Food Lovers: There are top-class restaurants and cafes in every village. Ta’ Frenc is one of the finest restaurants on the island with an incredible eclectic menu that encapsulates all that is great with Gozo cuisine. Pampering: Gozo is rightly known as a place to get away from it all. The spa at the Kempinski San Lawrenz Hotel offers the ultimate in unadulterated relaxation. Culture: The Basilica of Ta’ Pinu is a popular place of pilgrimage and probably the holiest site on the island.


Museums: The Natural Science Museum, the Museum of Archaeology, Gharb Folklore Museum and Maritime Museum are all fascinating places to visit. History: The Ggantija Temples, which date back to 3600BC, is just one example of the many captivating sites available. Views: Spectacular views are available from all over the island and at Ta’ Cenc cliffs you can enjoy unobstructed views of all three islands in the Maltese archipelago Diving: Caves, drop-offs, boulder slopes, a chimney and the famed Blue Hole dive site off the west coast make for world-class diving opportunities


Gozo aims to be an eco island by 2020 and for those wanting a carbon friendly wedding there are a number of hotels on the island that are eco-certified. Go to www.eco-gozo.com for more information.


Tourist Information Office in Gozo: Telephone: (356) 22915452 Address: No. 17, Independence Square Victoria, Gozo. VCT 1021 Web: www.visitmalta.com/gozo www.gozo.gov.mt


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