Gozo walk: from Nadur to Marsalforn

walk Start
San Blas Bay Nadur (Gozo)
walk finish
Salt Pans – Marsalforn Zebbug (Gozo)
walk difficulty
walk distance
12,6 Km
walk time
h 2:50′
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BUS 303 “from Victoria to San Blas Bay
from Mgarr Ferry to San Blas Bay”
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(309)(BUS 310)“from Marsalforn to Victoria”
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(301 direct )(BUS 323)(BUS 303)
“from Victoria to the Ferry”
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Like all the tours we’ve thought of for you, even the departure of this is easily attainable with public transport, car or bicycle.

San Blas Bay, Nadur ; Tal-Mixta Cave, Nadur ; Ramla Beach, Nadur ; Ix-Xtajta, Caccia ; Salt Pans, Il-Zebbug .

With this tour you start right from the small and characteristic beach of San Blas Bay. The ideal would be to do this tour avoiding the first afternoon hours, so as not to find yourself in the hot sun. The second destination is Tal-Mixta Cave in Nadur, it is in a fairly inaccessible area, but not difficult to reach and you cannot leave Gozo without first having stopped in this natural cave, that from a small hill overlooks the great beach of red sand, Ramla Bay. And here in the middle of the path you will find yourself in Ramla Bay.

Here you could take a little break in one of its beach bars / restaurants or take a dip in the crystal clear waters of this beach, considered among the most famous and beautiful of Gozo, also thanks to the color of its sand that makes it unique.

As always for those who might feel a little more tired, halfway there I suggest how to get back to Victoria or the ferry, using a means of public transport. From the access to the beach, go back along the main road about 600m away, immediately after the curve to the left, you will find the bus stop. You must take the 302 towards Victoria or the 322 direction (Vapur / Mgarr) Ghjnsielem direction (Vapur / Mgarr) Ghjnsielem if you have to take the ferry to Malta.

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And so after Ramla Bay, you will cross the paths of Ix-Xtajta, then arriving at Zebbug (Marsalforn). In this place, before returning, you can admire the old Salt Pans, still used today and conducted by heirs of this ancient noble work. (History of the Salt Pans) – (Photo Gallery). This ride is also available by bicycle with or without a guide. For more information, contact us.

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