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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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Rabbit and meat stew is very popular amongst the Maltese and Gozitans, as well as delicious Italian-inspred pizza. Sample the local produce including fresh berries, olives and wine from the vineyards.
Xaghra is the largest village on the island, after Victoria, and so you will find a nice selection of restaurants and a wine bar or two in the centre. However for larger variety of eateries and other cultural activities, head to the capital.
The Massar Winery in Xaghra is family-run, where you can take a tour round the estate, taking in the beautiful scenery and afterwards sampling the delicous local wine.
You simply cannot miss the stunning Cathedral overlooking Victoria, with the accompanying museum with more than 2000 items on display. The 'Citadel' is known to be the 'crown of Gozo' , built around 1500 BC!
The mysterious Ggantija Temples in Xaghra, Gozo, were believed to be built by giants! They are the oldest temples in the world with no real evidence as to how and why they were built.
Curious caves are found in the vicinity of Xaghra, the most famous being Calypso's Cave, located on a cliff top, with stunning views over the red sands of Ramla Bay - the largest sandy beach on the island. There are two more interesting caves to explore; Ta' Xerri and Ta' Ninu, both with years of stalagmites and stalagtites to marvel over.
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