Holiday rentals in Gozo

Find and book unique accommodation on Airbnb

Top-rated holiday rentals in Gozo

Guests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.

Brilliant Beachfront Apt with Super Sunset Seaview
Entire rental unit · 3 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Brilliant Beachfront Apt with Super Sunset SeaviewSpot on the beach apartment! Just 10 seconds or less walk to Xlendi beach! Absolutely unique location! Our Beachfront Apartment is the first one on the waterfront directly on Xlendi sandy beach and all its waterfront restaurants, bars, cafes, shops, watersports, diving, boat hire and bus stop. Fabulous beach and sea views from the open living room and its large L-shaped balcony. Sunsets? Picture perfect place to take great pictures and share with your family and friends...

Room for two with private entrance and balcony
Private room · 2 guests · 2 beds · 1 private bathroom

Room for two with private entrance and balconyRoom for two with private entrance and balcony located in a quiet alley in Nadur near San Blas Bay. There is no access to the rest of the house.

Private Room In Old Farmhouse With A Groovy Twist
Private room · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 private bathroom

Private Room In Old Farmhouse With A Groovy TwistWe would love you to stay at our Farmhouse called Down The Lane, have you guessed where it could be? ;) 3 rooms inspired by beautiful locations of Gozo Air conditioning in all (we know how hot it gets, we got your back) En-suites in each. It will be like your own bubble where Covid cant get in. Located in Qala near Hondoq Bay, amazing for snorkeling. Pool, outdoor chill area to get your tan on and Kitchen/dining are shared areas.

Holiday rentals for every style

Get the amount of space that is right for you.

  • Homes
  • Hotels
  • Unique stays

Popular amenities for Gozo holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Other great holiday rentals in Gozo

  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Nadur
Luxury 2 b/room with amazing views
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Xlendi
40sec walk to Beach ★ Fully Air Con ★ Central Apt.
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. MT
Tas-Salvatur Hill Panoramic view apt Marsalforn.
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Ta' Kerċem
60 sq.m Rural quiet area Kercem Gozo
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Ta' Sannat
Peaceful "Weekend Getaway" Penthouse
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Iż-Żebbuġ
„Sultana Apartment 1“ in Marsalforn - Gozo
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Xlendi
Explore Gozo from an Exclusive Apartment
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Ix-Xagħra
Cosy 333 year old House of Character in Xaghra
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Ta' Sannat
Rustic farmhouse w/stunning views & private pool
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Marsalforn
Belsol Apartment
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Ghajnsielem
Cozy Apartment 2 by the Mgarr Seafront Gozo
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Iż-Żebbuġ
Oyster Flats - Seaside Apartment 10

Top-rated things to do in Gozo

Unique activities hosted by local experts vetted for quality

  • Gozo Wine Tasting & Dinner
    From Foodie To Foodie! Prepare to be led on a sensory, mind-expanding journey with me at Maldonado where exceptional food is consistently and locally recognised. Fellow epicureans connect in the heart of our private, artisan kitchen to discover food stories, learn about local producers, enjoy expert tasting notes, sample hand-picked products from skilled local makers and become an instant connoisseur of Maltese cuisine. Sit back, relax and enjoy our exclusive private air-conditioned open kitchen where we will prepare a tasting menu in front of your eyes while pairing a selection of local wines to enhance your tasting journey. This is an all-inclusive experience so there are no added costs. All ingredients are locally-sourced. The wine tasting is held on the first floor. Guests need to go up a spiral stairs. Smoking is permitted on an outside terrace. Feel free to reach out to me if you would like to organise a private group.
    From Price:£47/person
  • Explore the Island of Gozo by E bike!
    I will privately pick you up from your accommodation. Anywhere in Gozo. Then we'll break the ice over a nice cup of coffee, and I'll ask you where you would like to discover, and give you some personal recommendations. My routes are very flexible to accommodate everyone's needs. However all of my tours include the best scenery the island has to offer, accompanied by the best experiences. We can stop for a refreshing swim in a small hidden beach. Do some foraging, where I'll show you all the wild edible plants depending on the season. We'll possibly visit a lovely Horse petting farm, a bee-keeper friend of mine, or local fishermen preparing for their daily catch. And of course we can't miss a visit to a famous traditional wood oven bakery to taste the local specialities, mainly the Maltese Ftira and the Qaghaq - traditional sweet sesame rings. The ride is conducted in an easy relaxed way, with plenty of times for relaxing breaks, talks about the island's rich history, food tasting and refreshments, photography etc. It will be the highlight of your holiday!
    From Price:£51/person
  • Snorkeling experience in Gozo
    This is a 3 hour Gozo snorkeling tour, start from the gozo ferry and drive through a scenic route, stopping at some of the most iconic places in gozo, visiting the best viewpoints. Firstly the guide explains how to use the snorkeling equipment, apnea, Freediving, equalizing, breathing technique, a safety briefing, and also what to do to get the best underwater Photos. From there will start to explore the crystal clear water of the Mediterranean, looking for octopus and colorful fish. This activity is for everyone, BEGINNERS included. You don't need to be a strong swimmer or have previous experience As for the tour it will be held on one of the best gozo beaches, depends on the weather, will choose a nice sheltered beach full of marine life Will contact you at the time of your booking, ( find out your level and what you are after and create the perfect snorkeling tour :) We agree on a meeting point or we can pick you up. Rest assured that will pick the right beach, with plenty of marine life, crystal water, and safe exit/entry points. Underwater PHOTOS will be taken with an action camera/Go pro and then sent for free via whats app, messenger, etc LIFE VESTS are available for those that are not that confident in the waters. Discover best of Gozo in a fun adventurous way
    From Price:£33/person
  • Gozo Cooking Class & Market Visit
    This is a brand new experience where I would like to share some cooking from my childhood memories. In my cooking class guest will be given the opportunity to discover and make some traditional Maltese recipes. This is a hands-on activity where guests will be expected to roll up their sleeves and participate in the preparation of some genuine home-made cooking. The cooking class will also include a visit to the main square which used to be the main source of food shopping. We will purchase fresh produce needed for our cooking class. This can include a visit to a cheesemonger, fish hawker, and butcher. Recipes will vary from one day to another as some guest might want to come on more than one day. Therefore on Monday/Wednesday we plan to make our own savoury snacks such as pastizzi, a Gozitan ftira, and traditional nougat. On Friday we will do some traditional home cooking classics such as Sfineg ta' l-Ancova (anchovy fritters), Bragioli (beef olives), and Mqarret (date diamonds). We might even do some other recipes from our menu at Maldonado Bistro below. After cooking we will enjoy the fruit of our endeavours as a lunch accompanied with some water and wine. Guests will be given a copy of all recipes as well as a food souvenir to take home. Other things to note It is important to inform me of any food allergies and/or intolerances you might have. I can adapt the cooking class if I am informed in advance. I can arrange a pick up and back from/to the Gozo ferry terminal if you are coming from the main island of Malta.
    From Price:£39/person
  • The Snorkelling Experience in Malta
    Come Snorkelling with me and discover the crystal water of Malta! Did you say Snorkelling?This is the practice of swimming through water with a diving mask and a breathing tube called snorkel. Snorkelling is safe and easy,anybody able to swim can do it and it allows you to observe the underwater world for a long time and little effort. Malta is been awarded as one of the top underwater destination worldwide with one of the best visibility in the Mediterranean Sea and snorkelling is the easiest way to access its wonders. You will meet me at a beautiful beach in San Paul’s Bay area. After a short briefing about the bay, snorkelling techniques,safety and marine life, you will walk to the sea, directly from the beach, to try and test the equipment. Once you are geared-up your underwater exploration will start in this amazing tour between Posidonia forests, rocky seascapes and Mediterranean fish. First timer are welcome! You do not need to be a strong swimmer to participate. I’m going to be in the water with you all the time to make the experience more safe and enjoyable, pointing at fish and interesting underwater formations. Book your experience with professionals, and do not miss the chance to discover a different Malta
    From Price:£24/person

Your guide to Gozo

Welcome to Gozo

The second-largest island in the Maltese archipelago, Gozo is the sleepy neighbour to Malta’s buzzing beaches and tourist-thronged streets. Gozitans like it slow and easy. They’ve resisted plans to link to the rest of the island chain via a bridge or a tunnel, preferring to keep their turquoise waters, peach-coloured beaches, and jaw-dropping landscapes to themselves.

This is the perfect place to switch off and drift. Tiny picturesque villages, the scent of wildflowers, a lazy drink on a cafe terrace before a plod across one of Gozo’s rolling hills (featured on the flag) — that’s about as hectic as Gozo gets.

If you’d prefer to do some exploring, though, you’re surrounded by remarkable antiquities such as the Ġgantija temples; one of the oldest freestanding structures on the planet; the impressive fortified Citadella in Gozo’s capital, Rabat; and natural wonders such as the Inland Sea, a tranquil saltwater lagoon considered one of the world’s best dive sites.

How do I get around Gozo?

Flights to Gozo arrive at Malta International Airport (MLA), located just outside the village of Luqa. Take the X1 express bus service to Ċirkewwa on the northernmost tip of Malta to catch the ferry to Mġarr harbour on Gozo. Ferries run frequently and into the night. There are no trains on any of the Maltese islands, but there’s an extensive bus system on Gozo and tickets can be purchased from the driver. There are also hop-on, hop-off tourist buses that travel among the main tourist hotspots on the island. Unlike its sister island of Comino, you can drive on Gozo, and taxis are available. You can also hire a mountain bike to help you explore those glorious hills and hidden coves.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Gozo?

Even though Gozo is a slow and sleepy island, the high summer months are the busiest, with numerous day trippers heading over from Malta, so if it’s serenity you seek, avoid July and August. The spring is a wonderful time to visit the island as the crowds are smaller, the heat slightly less oppressive, and the wildflowers at their bloomiest. In autumn, the sea is at its warmest, while the beaches are mainly deserted, so if you’re seeking some coastal solace, this is a fine time to visit. In winter it’s carnival time, with a five-day celebration featuring floats, dancers, and general frivolity taking place in February. In October the Festival Mediterranea celebrates 7,000 years of culture on the island, with concerts and exhibitions scattered throughout.

What are the top things to do in Gozo?


This astonishing megalithic complex of limestone temples was built before the Egyptian pyramids and Stonehenge and is one of the planet’s oldest human-made religious structures. Local legend claims that giants dropped the buildings onto their current location (hence the name). They are incredibly well preserved and a definite must-see. An attached museum features prehistoric artefacts found at the site.

The Old Prison

Gozo’s capital, Rabat (also known as Victoria), is small but contains a number of fascinating attractions including the Citadel museum, a natural history museum, and this curiosity, built in the mid-16th century to quell rambunctious knights and in use until the 1960s. The ancient collection of prison graffiti is particularly compelling.

The Blue Hole

With miles of beautiful beaches and remarkable natural rock formations, you’ll be getting into the Gozo sea fairly frequently. One of the finest diving spots is this unique geological site, a sheltered pool formed by a limestone sinkhole that’s teeming with unusual marine life. Other diving sites such as the Inland Sea and the Azure Window are close by.

  1. Airbnb
  2. Malta
  3. Gozo