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General

  • Our Rating: 3 stars
  • Location: Gozo Island, Malta
  • Open: All year long. Summer season is from April 1 – October 31.
  • Board Basis: Self-catering with fully equipped kitchen
  • Accommodation: 3 bedrooms for up to 6 people
  • Car Hire: Necessary for staying in this villa
  • Nearest International Airport:
    Malta Airport (MLA), 1 hour transfer (car + ferry)

Overview

A modernized 3-bedroom farmhouse relishes open country and Citadel fortress sights. Stepping outside to the poolside of the traditionally set Villa Esma would let you enjoy exquisite country views beneath the bright blue sky.

Location

Villa Esma is only 5 minutes away from the Island’s capital Victoria. An assortment of restaurants and shops, from one can buy anything starting from the handmade goods to the delicious varieties of local cheese, are situated at a comfortable distance from the farmhouse. Take a stroll to the morning market market that sets in the square most of the days and get indulged in the culture.

Villa Layout

Opening door of the villa will let you mesmerize from a charming courtyard of a classical design. Ground level has a double bedroom featuring en-suite bathroom. A kitchen combined with the dining area oversees the swimming pool. The decked area on this floor is an ideal place to enjoy BBQ with family and it also offers an opportunity to sunbathe in complete privacy.

A traditionally designed staircase constructed with stones winds up to the first floor where 2 comfortable bedrooms await the guests. Both these bedrooms have an en-suite shower facility. The spacious front and back terraces of the villa give great views of the surrounding nature.

Distances to the Nearby Locations

Capital City Victoria – 1.2km
Beach – 3km
Fish Restaurant – 1km
Mini Supermarket – 1km

Check-in time

1500 Hours

Check-out time

1100 Hours

Cancellation / Prepayment

If cancelled or modified up to 60 days before check-in date and within 72 hours from your booking time (both conditions must apply), no fee will be charged.

If cancelled or modified up to 60 days before check-in date, 15% of price will be charged.

If cancelled or modified up to 30 days before check-in date, 25% of price will be charged.

If cancelled or modified up to 11 days before check-in date, 50% of price will be charged.

If cancelled or modified later, 100% of price will be charged.

Facilities

  • BBQ
  • DVD Player
  • En-suite Shower
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Hair Dryer
  • Microwave
  • Outdoor Swimming pool
  • Payphone
  • Sun Terrace
  • Towels
  • Washing Machine
  • Wifi

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Gozo

Gozo

Overview

If you have been seeking for a distinctive vacation, then Gozo would serve as a perfect idyllic retreat for you. The sister island of Malta is a tranquil holiday landing-place for those seeking an ultimate relaxation.

Take a flight from any European destination and after a short while you would reach the Maltese islands. From there a 20-minute ferry crossing would take you to Gozo and this is what adds to the amazingness of the holiday.

Gozo is one-third the size of Malta. The rural yet comforting ambiance fuses with the quaint panorama, spotless coastlines and pristine country trails. Old stone farmhouses and baroque churches escalate from the core of small villages, and old-style farmhouses sprinkle the rural backdrop.

Sports & Adventure

Sports & Adventure

Water Sports
The sea around Gozo turns out to be a real pleasure for the people who love swimming, angling, scuba diving and getting on the boat trips. Dozens of other sports could be enjoyed at the seaside. The adventurous water activities that have rapidly been gaining popularity among the tourists include yachting, windsurfing, water skiing, sailing, speed boating and water polo.

Boat Excursions
If you desire to enjoy the charming and scenic shoreline around Gozo and Comino then boat excursion is one of the best ways, which is not just soothing in its distinctive way but also shows up as an adventure.

Walk around the Nature’s Paradise
No noise of traffic; the vast expanse of meadows and valleys; and the alluring country roads that roll between villages and suburbs, compel for strolls that elevate the soul and deepen the senses. Even the ones who are not truly the walkers may wander across the lanes and gaze about them, observing details that pleasure. Get ready to explore the few of our suggestions below and make your itinerary:

• Kercem, Ras il-Wardija, Dwejra
• San Lawrenz, Ta’Dbiegi, Wied Ilma
• Lunzjata Valley, Xlendi Valley, Xlendi
• Tas Sannat, Ta’ Cenc, Mgarr ix-Xini
• Mgarr, iz-Zewwieqa, Hondoq ir-Rummien
• San Blas, Wied ir-Rihan, Dahlet Qorrot
• Marsalforn, Qbajjar, Xwejni, Wied il-Ghasri
• Marsalforn, Ghajn Barrani, Ramla l-Hamra

Things to do

Things to do

Painting Holidays
Gozo, the island of creativity and inspiration, invites you to grab your brush and head to the countryside to let your heart connect with your hands. The locals organize professionals if somebody is looking for polishing their skills. This is one of the best things to do for a creative soul.

Poetry Reading
Inspiration is something that won’t leave your side all the while you are in Gozo. Poetry reading is one of the extremely popular activities among the locals and a traveler of unique personality that is always driven to learn more and let the most absorb in.

Shopping
Victoria, the capital, is a shopping hub where tourists get acquainted with the locals and enjoy the fresh collection of vegetables, fruits and bread. Adore the curving streets lined with souvenir stalls and small shops.

Culture and History

Culture and History

Gozo’s history is deep rooted in culture and tradition and yet it adaptively embraces the modern way of life. Not too much developed but only enough, this island is a masterwork perfected by Almighty and carved by culture of 7000 years of age. Fantasy and reality encounter here on what is thought to have been the Calypso’s Isle in Homer’s Odyssey - a calm, mystic backwater.

The dwellers of Gozo, totaling to just about 30,000 in number, have fostered the island into the gorgeous place for tourism while keeping the nature’s charm intact. Not just the breathtaking nature but Gozo also comes with sites of historic value and forts worth the visit.

Ġgantija, which is one the well-preserved temples, puts forward some of the most ancient intricate stone buildings in the world that have a history crawling back to more than 5500 years.

Also the fortified town of the Citadel that towers over Victoria (Rabat), blends Medieval layout with the structures of the Knights of St John on a location populated since the Bronze Age.


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