Gozo: the unspoiled island that’s just a short ferry ride away from Malta. You’ll find that despite its size and its relaxed vibes, Gozo offers plenty of activities and places to visit, making the island a destination of its own. Get ready to discover historical sites, crystal blue waters, limestone cliffs, and panoramic viewpoints. You’ll even savor some of the best cuisine of the Mediterranean Sea! Enjoy Gozo, Malta with this list of best things to do in and around the island.
Top 12 things to do in Gozo
Gozo is located in the northern part of the country and is the second-biggest island in the Maltese archipelago. Despite being more remote, there is plenty to see in Gozo. The island is a destination on its own, and deserves a few days to explore all its beauties!
At the beginning of July, I spent a weekend in the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi. I was invited by Tbilisi City Hall to discover the charms of the city! If you are looking for a low key destination, this country should be on your list! Georgia has a lot to offer, in terms of hikes, nature, culture and food!
Here I’m listing all the best things to do in the capital, Tbilisi!
Abanotubani is the ancient district of Tbilisi, known for its sulphuric baths. I didn’t have time to go to one, but I was in awe in front of the architecture! My favorite one was Orbeliani Baths. It actually looks like a Persian mosque thanks to its shape and its tile!
At the beginning of October, Marina (@marichankobe) and I went to Morocco for a week. The weather was perfect for the summer lover that I am! I’ve been to Morocco once before: in Marrakesh exactly, so this time I wanted to discover this country a bit more! Here is what we did, day by day!
*You can find all the practical informations (prices etc.) at the bottom of the article.
Day One: Marrakesh, Morocco
We flew from Paris to Marrakesh with Transavia. Our flight was at 7AM, and we arrived around 10AM. Bought our sim cards and headed to our incredibly beautiful riad: Ksar Kasbah (check out my blogpost here). Located in the busy souk, this riad is a peaceful heaven, where every corner smells like orange blossom!
We enjoyed our first mint tea with some delicious Moroccan treats and then got ready to visit the town. I was so happy to wander again in this red city, smelling the spices, feeling the crazy busy vibes of the old town. It’s easy to get lost in the souk, so we used our phones to geolocate ourselves.
First stop : Palais Bahia. It’s a palace with a set of gardens built in the late 19th century. The name means “brilliance”. It captures the essence of the Islamic and Moroccan styles. We wandered through the beautiful rooms covered with amazing tiles, chilled in the patios, and enjoyed the shadows of the different palms and trees in the gardens.