Gozo -Malta – 2018

2018 – Malta We catch Bus 222 from Sliema the the ferry and we were jammed with people. Took about an hour to arrive to the ferry and 460 Euro return. The Ferry crossing took about 25 minutes. Fabulous views of the coast along the way. The Bus is there as soon as we dock. Our hour drive to the Temples gave us a chance to see much of the island.

At the Visitor Center we see many displays of artifacts dating back to around 3000 to 2400 BC. The information describes this as a second oldest archeological ruin on Earth.

Xaghra Stone Circle-We follow the trail through the stone walled farmland to the Circle of Stone (not an actual stone circle). We learn it is actually a see prehistoric burial site.

Ggantija TemplesThe ancient stone rooms and they are an unusual covered cave like areas. Very interesting. It became the UNESCO World Heritage site have an extraordinary history. Built between 3600 and 3200 B.C, they fell into disuse around 2500BC and were not fully revealed to the modern eye until the nineteenth century.


  1. My husbands family is mostly from Malta, my grandmother (in-law) told us many stories from her childhood & life in Malta. Especially going through WW2 as a young mother & being bombed by the Germans. She loved her country so much & said it was the most beautiful place she’s ever been. Thanks for sharing these photos, it’s nice to get a little peek!

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  2. No way! I went to Malta in 2018. I went in November– when did you go? We must’ve missed each other! I also took the ferry to Gozo and visited the Ggantija Temples, but also checked out the cities like Victoria to wander around in…

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