Neighbouring Island

Posted by marmara on June 9, 2019

Gozo is the neighbouring island to Malta, and a few things we would like to present you with this report einfuhrund also offers tourists! The Malta’s sister island of Gozo has more than just an interesting name. Details can be found by clicking Center For Responsible Lending or emailing the administrator. Gozo is approached by an increasing number of tourists, which is understandable, because the island has something for every tourist’s taste. We show you some of the highlights on Gozo with images and provide tips for your Gozo – travel. If you are not convinced, visit BSA. 1 Mgarr Mgarr 2 > Xewkija 7 min. / 4.5 km of 3 Xewkija > Victoria (Rabat) 5 min. / 2.8 km 4. Victoria (Rabat) > Dwejra 8 min.

/ 4 km of 5 Dwejra > Xlendi 18 min / 8 km of 6 Xlendi > Marsalform 14 min. / 7.5 km of 7 Marsalform > Mgarr 28 min. / 15 km the history of Gozo! Gozo, the sister island of Malta, located 6 km from the main island. About 31,000 people have settled in 14 places live on Gozo. Since Gozo has no own airport, you can reach Gozo by a car ferry, which runs every 45 minutes and in the northern town of Cirkewwa sets. On Gozo, the agriculture is the main industry.

60% of Malta’s food needs will be developed by the farmers of Gozo. Tourism is becoming increasingly important but. The settlement of Gozo dates back to the 5th Millennium BC. Likely, there were settlers from Sicily, who settled on the island. Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans joined it as rulers. Only in the 14th century AD, the island got its current name: Gozo. In 1551, Gozo was an invasion by the Ottomans, who deported all working inhabitants as slaves. This was followed by an upgrade of the fortifications.

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