Xaghra is a pretty village with a picturesque square lined with pavement cafes and good restaurants. Home to one of the oldest free standing and arguably best preserved religious structures in the world, found at the Temples of Ggantija. Upon exploring the village further you will discover intriguing grottos, a curious toy museum and a beautifully decorated church. Not to be missed is one of the very few remaining eighteenth century windmills, Ta Kola. On the outskirts of the village, is the mythological Calypso Cave home of the nymph named in Homers Odyssey. The cave overlooks the islands largest beach, Ramla Bay, with its unique honey-red sand, and is only a short drive away.
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Reviews of Xaghra
"The village is lovely and is a great location from see all the island easily."
"Gozo is a lovely island and Xargha was a proper local town with every amenity close to hand. Lots of cultural things to see and do in the area, as well as excellent beaches and restaurants."
Mrs Owen, Sowerby Bridge, Ix-Xemx
, April 2012
"our fifth visit to Gozo. we love it. Xaghra nice village. it was Festa week so lots to see"
Mrs Wilson, Carluke, Xendrija
, August 2010
"I really enjoyed the holiday because there was lots to do. We had hired a car which meant we were able to travel to different towns and beaches. It was very quiet where we were staying but fortunately there were a few restaraunts and shops nearby so we werent completely deserted! I was really pleased with the destination."