Gozo Historic Sites
Gozo is dipped in culture and tradition with sightseeing attractions that have withstood the test of time. The megalithic Ggantija Temples in Xagħra, for example have been built during the Neolithic Age (between 3600 and 3000 BC) and are while being UNESCO World Heritage the second oldest religious structure in the World. Another interesting attraction wide spread on Gozo are the cart-ruts which are four sets of zigzags running down slopes found in Qala, Xewkija, Borġ l-Imramma, and San Lawrenz ending specifically near the beautiful Azure Window. The Wardija Nymphaeum, an artificial cave near Ras il-Wardija at Santa Luċija is greatly recommended for a visit. It was caved during Phonecian times and used as a religious sanctuary. Many believe that the attribution to the nymphs is improbable but the cave’s position is truly magnificent. Many other historic sites in Gozo may be discovered during your holiday, i.e. In-Nuffara, Roman Domus ir-Ramla, the Xagħra Stone Circle.