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-Places of Interest: Victoria | Zebbug | Marsalforn | Ggantija | Xaghra | Ramla il-Hamra | Gharb | Ghasri | Kercem | Mgarr | Qala | Xewkija | Sannat | Xlendi |

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The Island of Gozo

Gozo has been inhabitated since the 5th millennium BC, as witnessed by the megalithic structures at Ġgantija. The first Neolithic settlers probably crossed over from Sicily. Another interesting neolithic structure is the Xagħra Stone Circle.

   

Gozo is 67 km² in size. It lies approximately 6 km northwest from the nearest point of Malta, is of oval form, 14 km in length and 7.25 km in extreme breadth. Gozo is famed for its grotto of Calypso, at a little distance from which are the ruins of a Cyclopean temple, a most conspicuous monument of antiquity. It is more picturesque than the larger sister island of Malta, and the country, covered as it is with conical hills, is more fertile in its plains and valleys.

   

At present the island is reachable by ferry boat or by helicopter. Regular ferries relay between the port of Ċirkewwa on Malta and Mġarr on Gozo, establishing services for goods, tourism and commuting. The heliport at Xewkija provides passenger services to the mainland's airport in Luqa

   

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