Many people are put off the idea of going
to Gozo to learn English because they think the island
is too solitary and there is not enough to do. Gozo is undoubtedly
much quieter than Malta, but is still has a lot to offer
the visitor on a day trip, or a short stay. It is the second
largest island of the Maltese Archipelago with 29,000 inhabitants.
Gozo has been described as a diamond set in the Middle
of the Mediterranean. Gozo the traditional
home of the nymph Calypso, and is known for its largely
pristine waters and spectacular coastline. Click
here for a map of Gozo .
Gozo is only
half an half an hour away from mainland Malta by ferry,
and the crossing gives a wonderful view of the island of
Comino. Gozo is greener, more rural but much smaller
than Malta, but life on Gozo moves at a more leisurely pace!
We believe that for English learners who have a little extra
time to spare a short stay on Gozo, perhaps one week or
two, can be beneficial to learning English as well as learning
a new culture.
We are now offering exclusive
private English lessons on Gozo. We can organise
your accommodation on
Gozo and offer a complete Transfer
Package, so that you will be looked after from the time
you arrive at Malta International Airport, until it is time
to go home.
Gozo has some of the Mediterranean's
best sites which can be enjoyed by both beginners and advanced
divers. For more experienced divers the wrecks of a ship
and a tanker are ready to be explored.
When you dive beneath Gozos gentle waves you enter
a magical fairyland which embraces your senses completely.
The caverns and crevices, which stud Gozos coastline,
are unique and visibility is rarely less that thirty meters
all year round.
Gozo is though to have some of the
oldest temples in the world and are are among the best preserved
temples on the Maltese Islands and date from circa 3000
For more information, visit
the official website of the Ministry