8 Things to Do in Nadur That You Shouldn't Miss

Nadur (Maltese: In-Nadur) is a village in Gozo, Malta. It had a population of 4509 as of March 2014.

1. Tal Mixta Cave

Nadur, Island of Gozo, Malta Nature & Parks, Caverns & Caves
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4.5 based on 45 reviews

Tal Mixta Cave

Reviewed By Jun_Cruz - CaliforniaCalifornia

Favorite Spot in Gozo

What a spectacular view from this cave. Breathtaking and absolutely gorgeous. It is a must visit, worth walking down there. There is a bench above the cave which gives you a great scenic spot, but keep walking down to the entrance to the cave. We didn’t h

2. San Blas Bay

Nadur, Island of Gozo, Malta Nature & Parks, Bodies of Water
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4.5 based on 47 reviews

San Blas Bay

Reviewed By profjoypc - Alnwick, United KingdomAlnwick, United Kingdom

Glorious Bay

San Blas Bay is most definitely worth finding - head for the village of Nadur and then follow the signs for San Blas. You will need sensible walking shoes as there is a long, steep climb down into the bay itself. The blue waters are clear and truly inspir

3. Lunzjata Valley

Nadur, Island of Gozo, Malta Nature & Parks, Valleys
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5 based on 14 reviews

Lunzjata Valley

Reviewed By iamTHardy - Carmel, CaliforniaCarmel, California

Enchanting Luntzjata

There is a peaceful, enchanting calm in Luntzjata.Gozitan Wall Lizards abound and the air is filled with birdsong.Water from the spring gently gurgles thru the acqaducts and is then channeledto the planting beds in the valley below.No matter how many time

4. Isopu Tower

| Situated on the cliff between San Blas and Dahlet Qorrot, Nadur, Island of Gozo, Malta Sights & Landmarks, Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings More
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4.5 based on 16 reviews

Isopu Tower

Reviewed By Lisa_C_Malta - Santa Lucija, MaltaSanta Lucija, Malta

Amazing Views

The place is situated on the cliff between San Blas and Dahlet Qorrot. You can see the beach of Dahlet Qorrot from high above. The tower itself known as Sopu Tower, Isopu Tower or San Blas Tower was built way back in 1667. The views around are spectacular

5. Nadur Parish Church

| R Camilleri, Nadur, Island of Gozo, Malta Sights & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Churches & Cathedrals, Sacred & Religious Sites More
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4.5 based on 8 reviews

Nadur Parish Church

Reviewed By TubaKoseogluOkcu - Istanbul, TurkeyIstanbul, Turkey

Nice Church at a Tranquil Town

Nadur is much less touristy than other towns in Gozo Island and thus is quite calm. So its church is also very tranquil, yet quite majestic. As it is the case in many town churches, it's hard to find it open, but the church has a web page and you can get

6. Kelinu Grima Maritime Museum

Triq il-Kappilan, Nadur, Island of Gozo, Malta Museums, History Museums, Specialty Museums, Military Museums More
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4.5 based on 5 reviews

Kelinu Grima Maritime Museum

A unique and intimate collection of maritime artifacts from all over the world. Open Tuesday,Thursday, Saturday 1000hrs to 1400hrs

Reviewed By Valletta054 - MaltaMalta

Nice if interested in maritime

A very small museum (basically 3 rooms) dedicated to maritime. There are a number of miniature ships and arteficacts worth visiting for 2 euro per person. If one have 30 mins available, should pop in!

7. Ta' Kenuna Tower

Archbishop Saver Cassar Street, Nadur, Island of Gozo, Malta Sights & Landmarks, Observation Decks & Towers
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Reviewed By standawson52 - Nadur, MaltaNadur, Malta

Great Views

A nice place to have a relaxing walk to. The grounds have some ponds with fish, Chameleons and small lizards are often seen. There are plenty of seats just to take in the views or relax.

8. Gozo Fun

Enter a destinationNadur, Malta
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Gozo Fun

GOZOFUN - STAND UP PADDLE BOARD: A fun filled SUP adventure is for everyone. No previous experience needed. Day Tour, Sunset tour, Sup/Surf Lessons, Giant Sup ride, Team Building, Corporate events, Parties. Gozo comes from the Spanish word "Gozar", or ''Enjoy'' and at GOZOFUN, we want you to enjoy this wonderful Mediterranean Island through all our activities. LET YOUR ADVENTURE BEGIN!

Reviewed By JandANixon - United KingdomUnited Kingdom

SUP lesson for 2!

We had the most wonderful lesson for just the two of us with this fun and laid back company. The SUPs were excellent and the equipment all greater and the instruction spot on. We had a wonderful couple of hours of lesson/ fun and great company form our guide, thanks GOZO fun!

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