100 EUR / week
Gozo is the second largest island of the Maltese archipelago and it is located to the northwest of the largest island, also named Malta. It is about 14 km long and 7.5 km wide, with a shore line of 43 km and a population of 31,000 people only. Come learn English in Gozo and enjoy this beautiful island with a quiet and relaxed atmosphere.
Malta is very rich in archeological heritage and culture. The first residents settled on Gozo back in 3600 BC. There are the Ggantija temples, one of the most important archeological sites in the world: their megaliths are so large that the ancient Gozitans used to believe that they were built by giants. While learning English in Gozo, you can explore more natural wonders including the Azure Window in Dwejra, a magnificent rock rising out of the sea, a sight which stuns visitors whether glimpsed from the surrounding cliffs, or from beneath while in one of the little fishing boats, and Ramla l-Hamra (literally red beach), a glorious stretch of red sandy beach almost hidden away underneath patches of countryside.
The island is also famous for its proliferation of Gozitan food outlets which unearth various culinary gems such as goat cheese pizza and other unique culinary delights.
Being greener and more fertile than Malta, Gozo has a way of life based on agriculture and fishing. Life on Gozo is slower and more relaxed than that on Malta. The people are friendly, with a fairly laid-back attitude which appeals to most visitors. All this combined with its Mediterranean climate Gozo makes the perfect place to learn English in a sunny but quiet place, far from busy tourist streams.
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