A Little About Gozo
Gozo boasts some of the oldest freestanding stone buildings in the world, the Ggantija temples dating back to 3,600 BC. The small island is easy to get around and welcoming all year round with a mild climate. Our yoga retreats run through April, May, June, September and October as the summer months are too hot.
Developed just enough but not too much, Gozo is a masterpiece wrought by nature and shaped by 7,000 years of culture. Gozo’s climate and geography combine to make it an ideal playground for outdoor activities. There is sport on the land and sea for experts and novices alike.
The island is perfect for country walks with stunning views from the tops of small hills.
Also beautiful long walks along the cliff tops whilst watching the sunset at Sannat, is not to be missed.
Gozo’s coastline has only one glorious sunny beach and but is known for its world class cave and tunnel dives.
Our morning and evening yoga classes will leave you with plenty of time to go off exploring the island, meeting the friendly local people and trying the local cuisine.