15% Special Offer

€70.00 Adults Discounted to €59.50

€50.00 Child Discounted to €42.50

May - October

Jeep : Fun : Swimming : Snorkeling

This a full day Jeep Safari starting with pick up from all hotels in Malta and Gozo and the jeep tour will start around 10.15hrs from Mgarr Harbour in Gozo.

Each jeep will have one of our experienced drivers who will also explain and give information during the whole trip. At each stop, more information is given in all languages of the clients and this is one of the points that has made the BARBAROSSA JEEP SAFARI the most successful in the Maltese Islands.

Going through different villages, valleys and country roads, the tour will take us to the most beautiful spots and places of interest in the island of Gozo. These will include Qala Belvedere from where we have a birds’ eye view of the Maltese Archipelago, Dahlet Qorrot Valley, the village of Nadur, Ramla Valley, the famous Calypso Cave and the oldest free standing temples in the world, those of GGANTIJA TEMPLES!*

We will have a mouth watering buffet lunch and one can help himself as much as he wants. This nice lunch will be washed down by some nice chilled Gozo Wine from our sun blessed vineyards!

Second part of the jeep tour will take us through some more villages to admire the beautiful scenes of Gozo and passing through the fields down to the picturesque bay of Xlendi where we will have a photo stop and move on to visit the famous Citadel, or better the fortified old city. From here we go to the Stone Quarries where one can watch the quarry men cutting the stone blocks for the building of houses. Our drivers will explain the procedure of this very hard work mostly done by hand. A visit to Gozo is not complete without a stop at Dwejra and the Inland Sea from where one can also admire the Famous Fungus Rock.

Leaving the Inland Sea we continue on our exciting trip by visiting the salt pans to watch how salt is produced from the sea since the Roman times. Passing through the summer resort of Marsalforn Bay, we will drive on to the harbour of Mgarr where our trip will come to an end.

Transport back to all hotels will be provided.

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Reservation

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Click on the Links to View Google Maps Pick Up’s Locations.

Have any questions?

Leeann Magro

Tel: +356 21550707

Mob: +356 99440717

Monday - Friday: 9.00 - 16.30

Contact us!

Chris Magro

Tel: +356 21554664

Mob: +356 99437757

Monday - Friday: 9.00 - 16.30

Salt Pans

Walk or drive west along the promenade, past the tiny sand beaches at Qbajjar Bay and the more scenic Xwieni Bay, until you reach a rocky shore. This wild and extraordinary landscape has been carved into a patchwork of salt pans. There’s usually a small stall selling salt from the pans, which are owned by three families and still worked in summer.

Ggantija Temples

Perched on the crest of the hill to the south of Xagħra, the awe-inspiring megalithic Ġgantija Temples command soaring views over most of southern Gozo. As the name implies (ġgantija – dje-gant-ee-ya – means ‘giantess’), these are the largest of the megalithic temples found on the Maltese Islands – the walls stand over 6m high, and the two temples together span over 40m.

Giordan Lighthouse

The history of Giordan Lighthouse

An earlier lighthouse was known to exist at the site in 1667, which was financed by the Knight Fra Henry de Gourdan (Langue of Auvergne).

A semaphore station was installed on the light in the 1840s. The current light began operation on 15 March 1853, and was built during the period when the islands were part of the British Empire.

During World War II, the lighthouse was used as the location for an early warning radar station. The radar would provide information about bombers coming south from Italy, allowing air raid sirens to be activated prior to the raids.

Tour Stops

1. Mgarr Harbour
2. Ghajnsielem Church
3. Qala Belvedere
4. Dahlet Qorrot Valley
5. Calypso Cave
6. Ramla Beach
7. Xaghra Windmill
8. Ggantija Temples
9. Xewkija Rotunda
10. Xlendi Bay
11. The Old Laundry
12. Stone Quarries
13. Fungus Rock
14. Inland Sea
15. Ta’ Pinu
16. Wied il-Mielah Window
17. Gordan Lighthouse
18. Salt Pans
19. Marsalforn
20. Citadel