Gozo, Malta is the smaller island. And it’s magical. The magic starts at her Harbour where there’s an instant sense of peace and zen. This island is the perfect setting for our Yoga retreats. You are instantly transported back in time, to a life that’s magical in its simplicity.
Steeped in history with temples dating back to 3600BC – you are truly transported to the magic that lives in the earth.
Our traditional stone Villa on Gozo is solid, warm & comforting. In her strong walls you can brave any island storm & face any challenge that life may bring.
Mysterious temples from the Neolithic period. A shipwreck in 60 A.D. by St. Paul. Hundreds of years of rule by the Knights of St. John. Malta can trace its history back to the dawn of civilization. Over the years this small group of islands has been ruled by the Arabs, the Normans, the Aragonese, the Phoenicians, the Carthaginians, and the Romans. Malta is home to some of the oldest freestanding megalithic temples in the world. Older than Stonehenge.
Sand, Sea & Diving – The Ultimate Island for Outdoor Adventures
Malta is in the Mediterranean and surrounded by beautiful ocean with plenty of outdoor activities. From walking and cycling to diving. The clear blue sea surrounding the Maltese Islands is ideal for scuba diving. There’s also an abundance of reefs, caves and wrecks in the area to explore. And the risk of encountering dangerous fish is extremely low, creating the ultimate conditions for first time divers and beginners.
One Destination, Three Islands
Located in the center of the Mediterranean – south of Sicily and 90 km off the coast of North Africa. Malta comprises three islands: Malta, Gozo, and Comino. Malta is the largest of the islands, the cultural and commercial centre and the most accessible to tourists. Gozo (known as a tranquil haven) is more rural and known for fishing, tourism, crafts, agriculture & natural healing. Comino is the smallest and is largely uninhabited.
7000 Year of History
There’s a staggering 7,000 years of history to explore in Malta. However, the islands are small enough and with a a good guide you can see everything.