The 6 Best Things to Do in Zebbug, Island of Gozo

Żebbuġ (Maltese: Ħaż-Żebbuġ) [ħazˈzɛbbʊtʃ], also known by its title Città Rohan, is a city in the Central Region of Malta. It is one of the oldest towns in the country, and its population is 11,903 as of March 2014.

1. Xwejni Salt Pans

Zebbug, Island of Gozo, Malta Sights & Landmarks, Mines
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Xwejni Salt Pans

Reviewed By thetravellingfrenchy - Prague, Czech RepublicPrague, Czech Republic

a tradition worth witnessing!

THe Xwejni Salt Pans are squared, rock-cut salt pans that stretch about 3 km along the coast! Already there during the Phoenician and Roman times, they are actually still in use today! Scraping the crystals of salt is a tradition that has been passed down

2. Tas-Salvatur

Triq Ir-Rabat, Zebbug, Island of Gozo, Malta Nature & Parks, Sights & Landmarks, Geologic Formations, Points of Interest & Landmarks More
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Tas-Salvatur

Reviewed By profjoypc - Alnwick, United KingdomAlnwick, United Kingdom

Wonderful hill with statue of Christ on its top

Tas Salvatur Hill (the Saviour's Hill) is situated off the road between Victoria and Marsalforn, though it can be seen from many parts of the island. It is a volcano shaped hill with a statue of the risen Christ on its summit. There are various legends as

21 Skapuccina Street, Zebbug, Island of Gozo, Malta Shopping, Museums, Art Galleries
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Farmhouse Gallery

Reviewed By Sue B - London, United KingdomLondon, United Kingdom

Colours of Gozo: Photographs and Paintings

While holidaying on Gozo, one of Malta's sister islands, we visited the Farmhouse Gallery in Zebbug, after a recommendation from a Gozitan family. We contacted the artist, Joerg Boettcher and were invited to visit. As the gallery is in the artist's farmho

4. Qolla l-Bajda Battery

Triq Il-Batterija, Zebbug, Island of Gozo MFN 1620, Malta Sights & Landmarks, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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Qolla l-Bajda Battery

Reviewed By troyd241 - Isle of Portland, United KingdomIsle of Portland, United Kingdom

Urban Explorers this is the bomb

After visiting the Salt pans we noticed this. Fascinated by all things old & military. Apparently was once converted to a nightclub some scallywags have knocked a hole in the wall couldn't resist the urge to enter Ooh Err missus. "?Greeted by magnificent

5. St. Phillip Church

Sqaq Il-Knisja, Zebbug, Island of Gozo, Malta Sights & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals
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St. Phillip Church

Reviewed By BerndK939 - Heidelberg, GermanyHeidelberg, Germany

Good Friday Procession

We booked through a local agency a bus trip to Zebbug including a seat close by the church for the Good Friday procession. It is one of the best out i guess 17 in Malta. It shows besides many Roman soldiers (some even on horses) and others in replicas of

6. Malta Nature Tours

Enter a destinationZebbug, Malta
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Malta Nature Tours

Malta Nature Tours specializes in organising guided nature walks in Malta and Gozo. Identification and information about the natural habitats and their biodiversity present (wild plants, orchids, trees, butterflies, lizards, etc.) are provided during the tours. Being guided by a botanist, specialised botanical excursions can also be arranged. Small groups guarantee personal attention and a unique experience of the fantastic Maltese natural landscape. During the experience gained from these 15 years of operation, Malta Nature Tours provide safe and pleasant walks with the right balance of fun, education, non-exhaustive exercise, site seeing, magnificent views and with a touch of history in the best countryside areas on the Maltese islands. Private and tailor-made tours in Gozo, where the most important sites can be seen in one day are also organised with transport being supplied from and to Malta.

Reviewed By RobandmarieDevon_UK - Devon, UKDevon, UK

A lovely opportunity to see the varied wildlife & birds of Gozo

One of the very few bad points about Malta & Gozo is the national 'hobby' of shooting migratory birdlife over 12000 registered hunters nationally. Therefore, taking part in this tour will hopefully help to educate & possibly introduce wildlife preservation into the Maltese mind set.

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