Separated from Malta by five kilometres of sparkling blue sea is the beautiful island of Gozo. Smaller, more rural, and more laid-back than Malta, Gozo is one of the most untouched islands in the whole of the Mediterranean.

The spectacular coastline which frames the island is not only breathtaking, but also shrouded in myths and legends. Calypso’s cave, tucked into the towering cliffs above Ramla Bay, is where Odysseus was said to have been seduced by the love-sick nymph Calypso in Homer’s Odyssey.

A trip to Gozo would not be complete without a visit to the Citadel – the heart of the island. This astounding walled metropolis has stood here for centuries, but the citadel itself has existed since Roman times.

Breathtakingly beautiful, the Citadel boasts a fine Baroque cathedral, encircled by bastion walls and offers incredible panoramic views reaching across the entire enchanting island.