Excursión de día completo a los templos de Gozo y Ggantija desde Malta
  • Excursión de día completo a los templos de Gozo y Ggantija desde Malta

    Durante esta excursión visitará la isla hermana de Malta, Gozo. La excursión incluye transporte, guía acreditado, billete de ferry, almuerzo bufé y entrada a los templos de Ggantija.

    ¡Gozo es una visita obligada! En cuanto llegue a Gozo notará que es muy diferente de Malta. La isla de tres colinas es más verde y mucho más pintoresca. En primer lugar visitará Ggantija, un templo megalítico del neolítico. Los templos de Ggantija son los primeros de una serie de templos megalíticos de Malta. Los templos de Ggantija son más antiguos que las pirámides de Egipto. Sus creadores erigieron los dos templos de Ggantija durante el periodo neolítico, por lo que estos templos tienen más de 5550 años y son la segunda estructura religiosa artificial más antigua del mundo, después de Gobekli Tepe.

    Luego se dirigirá por carretera a Marsalforn, donde subirá a bordo del tren sin rieles. Durante el trayecto de 40 minutos pasará por las bahías de Marsalforn, Qbajjar y Xwejni, y también verá las salinas, la estatua de Salvatur y mucho más. Esta zona apenas recibe visitas de turistas, ya que no se permiten vehículos aparte del tren sin rieles. Así pues, disfrute de esta experiencia única.

    A continuación, visitará el Centro de Artesanía, donde tendrá la oportunidad de probar algunos platos de la comida tradicional maltesa. Aquí también podrá ver obras en piedra, mármol, encaje local y muchos otros artículos. Es el lugar perfecto para comprar un recuerdo de Gozo.

    A continuación, podrá visitar mar interior y la bahía de Dwejra antes de seguir rumbo a la capital de Gozo, Victoria. Victoria es el nombre dado en 1897 por el gobierno británico con ocasión del jubileo de diamante de la Reina Victoria a petición del obispo de Malta, Monseñor Sir Pietro Pace. En el corazón de Victoria se encuentra la Cittadella, anteriormente conocida como "Il Castello", que ha sido el centro de la actividad de la isla desde el periodo neolítico, posiblemente, pero es conocida por su fortificación durante la Edad del Bronce. Posteriormente la desarrollaron los fenicios y continuó hasta convertirse en una compleja acrópolis de la época romana. El almuerzo se servirá en un restaurante en Rabat.

    Después de una excursión repleta de experiencias, disfrutará de una breve travesía en ferry de vuelta a Malta y le dejarán en su hotel.


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    • Hora de Inicio10:00 AM
    • Lugar de comienzo: La recogida está disponible en las siguientes áreas en el siguiente horario:

      Attard a las 1000 hrs.
      La Valeta a las 1010 hrs.
      Sliema a las 1020 hrs.
      San Julián a las 1030 hrs.
      Bahía de San Pablo a las 1045 hrs.
      Bugibba a las 1050 hrs.
      Qawra a las 1055 hrs.
      Xemxija a las 1105 hrs.
      Golden Bay a las 1105 hrs.
      Mellieha a las 1115 hrs.
      Cirkewwa a las 1130 hrs.

    • Duración: 8 horas
    • Cancelaciones y devoluciones: Si quieres que se te reembolse el importe íntegro, cancela con al menos 24 horas de antelación a la fecha de inicio de la actividad.
  • Incluye

    • Almuerzo - Almuerzo buffet
    • Guía con licencia
    • Comentarios en vivo a bordo
    • Recogida y regreso al hotel.
    • Impuestos locales
    • Entrada - Ggantija Megalithic Temples

    No Incluye

    • Propinas
  • 8/10

    Recomendación de los pasajeros 80%
    Rating basado en 18 Críticas verificadas

    Nuestros clientes

    • DCGUY
      Publicado el Martes, 29 de octubre del 2019

      Not really knowing what to expect, this turned out to be one of my very favorite tours among the 10+ I took while in Malta this summer. It is a very full, long day, but definitely worth it. From the ferry ride to the small train ride to the salt flats to the Temples and so much more, we had a packed, exhausting, but really interesting, fun day. Although we were a busload of people, Victor did his best to keep us on the move. His enthusiasm and energy was inspiring, and people seemed to thoroughly enjoy the trip. Only hitch seemed to be at the end when there was no one from the company to pick us up at the ferry terminal (the van was late) so we had to call the company to find out what was happening. Let me add a bit of commentary on Malta tours--they are not for the feint of heart. What i mean is that most tours first pick people up from across the island and then deliver them to another point where we transfer to another bus. This means early morning pickups and waits to be sorted out and boarded on our particular tour bus. This can cause delays, confusion and frustration sometimes. If you know this before you go, you probably can deal with it better. The island is small, but traffic moves very slowly through narrow streets, so that's just how things go. Just be prepared to call the tour company if you have a problem or concern. They seem to be very responsive, even early in the morning as they work out the logistics.

        Calificación General: 10/10
    • Margie
      Publicado el Viernes, 08 de diciembre del 2017

      Those in charge for this tour was very helpful and kept us in contact until our tour day. The ferry connection and the bus tour was wonderful. The sites we visited was awesome and the lunch was great. Thank you.
      Marjorie

        Calificación General: 10/10
    • Margie
      Publicado el Viernes, 08 de diciembre del 2017

      Those in charge for this tour was very helpful and kept us in contact until our tour day. The ferry connection and the bus tour was wonderful. The sites we visited was awesome and the lunch was great. Thank you.
      Marjorie

        Calificación General: 10/10
    • Paul and Toni
      Publicado el Domingo, 12 de noviembre del 2017

      Amazing tour

        Calificación General: 10/10
    • Geoffrey T
      Publicado el Miércoles, 25 de octubre del 2017

      We loved this tour! Taken Sep 2016. All of Gozo was so beautiful. The temples were really interesting with fabulous views. The little train tour around the salt pans with the amazing scenery was great fun and we absolutely loved Rabat. We were lucky enough to sea the Azure Window, sadly now lost and our guide made a late stop to view the Blue Lagoon. This is a great trip, not to be missed!

        Calificación General: 10/10
    • Amanda S
      Publicado el Lunes, 25 de septiembre del 2017

      We saw so much on this tour and the guide was organized and knowledgeable. I certainly recommend this tour for anyone regardless of age.

        Calificación General: 10/10
    • Avrum P
      Publicado el Sábado, 26 de noviembre del 2016

      Great tour - lots to see - only wish we had a moment to look around the Citadel. Lunch provided was very good.

        Calificación General: 10/10
    • John P. B
      Publicado el Jueves, 24 de mayo del 2018

      The guide was friendly and informative. The restaurant chosen for lunch was below average for selection and taste. It seemed like the tour was behind schedule and we didn't spend that much time at some of the places.

        Calificación General: 8/10
    • Maureen D
      Publicado el Viernes, 22 de diciembre del 2017

      We got a late start with too many pick-ups so some times were shortened but it was such a lovely day and, though I am 80 years old, I can really move so got to see a lot and read up on areas before the tour. I fell in love with Malta, will be back and am hearing the same thing from other friends who were with me or traveled there in the past few years. I will give the place more time on my next visit.
      The included lunch was very good best meal I had on Malta.

        Calificación General: 8/10
    • steven c
      Publicado el Miércoles, 08 de noviembre del 2017

      tour guide very good as living on gozo .Dinner was good set up by Sandra

        Calificación General: 8/10
    • Hannu M
      Publicado el Miércoles, 08 de febrero del 2017

      For the most part an enjoyable trip, packing a number of good spots into one excursion. I'd drop the trackless train part as it didn't add much and spend more time in e.g. Victoria instead, but as said, for the most part it was enjoyable.

      Communications before the trip should be better though. Instructions said pick up at the hotel so we waited at the hotel but in reality the pick up point was at a nearby bus stop. Not far away but we almost missed the trip waiting where we were instructed to!

        Calificación General: 8/10
    • cathyindc
      Publicado el Jueves, 30 de junio del 2016

      Vincent was an amazing tour guide! He was funny and insightful! He gave interesting information about Malta and Gozo. He told us where to go, when to be back, and kept our huge group over 50 people! together. He interacted with everyone so that I felt as if it was almost a personalized tour.

      The salt pans were interesting and beautiful, and Ggantija was amazing! I do recommend that you also visit Hagar Qim too, to get a comparison of age and types of buildings found at each site. The highlight of the trip is definitely the Azure Window and Inland Lake. Pay the 4 to take the boat ride out to the other side so you can get a good picture of the Azure Window and the stunning blue of the sea.

      Our last stop was Victoria. We had a traffic jam at the beginning of the trip that put us almost a hour behind. So, we didn't have I feel as much time as we would have had otherwise. Still, the walk though the streets was interesting as Vincent told us stories and showed us different things about the history of this city. The church had a service going on, so we couldn't go in to see it. Also, the Cittadella is undergoing renovations, so I opted not to go up. Next week it'll be open again, so that should be a must see stop!

      Overall, it was a good day. The one thing I wasn't too impressed with was the lunch. The lunch was tasty, but nothing special. It appeared that the only Maltese dish was the soup and maybe the cake for dessert. The food was good, the service was good, but it was a regular buffet that one might find anywhere.

      I believe that because of the traffic jam we were rushed at each stop, but that could not be helped. I think that if there would not have been traffic, it would have been smoother o But, again, Vincent did an amazing job and I would recommend this tour to people who want to get a flavor of Gozo. It is worth the money you pay!!

        Calificación General: 8/10
    • Benny B
      Publicado el Lunes, 30 de diciembre del 2019

      Ok trip, but the main reason for joining was the temples. I was informed on the bus that they were closed on the 24. december. This shoul hav been related to me beforehand, especially because my trip was moved by the company from the 25. to 24. december.

        Calificación General: 6/10
    • Yvonne M. P
      Publicado el Jueves, 06 de octubre del 2016

      This trip was somewhat a disappointment. It was advertised as 8 hour duration but it was in fact 11 hours before we got back to the hotel. The guide was hard to understand and very regimented. Nevertheless we did enjoy the attractions of Gozo

        Calificación General: 6/10
    • Anna S
      Publicado el Miércoles, 03 de julio del 2019

      We werden 50 minuten te laat opgehaald. Vervolgens was er erg weinig tijd bij de stops (tempel ed) maar werd er wel tijd gemaakt om bij een craftshop 30 minuten te wachten. Er waren veel te veel mensen die meegingen met deze tour. Hierdoor kon de helft steeds niet zien/horen waar de reisleidster het over had. Wij zullen deze tour niet aanraden, beter zelf met de auto naar Gozo, de stop plekken waren wel heel mooi.

        Calificación General: 4/10
    • Brian B
      Publicado el Miércoles, 30 de noviembre del 2016

      I rated this as okay. This was the second time I have done this trip . The first was great,but we only had about 30 people so was much easier for the guide to control. This time we had 50 in the group. It was too many. Everything took too long. Getting off the coach,walking to places. This meant everything was rushed. We never really had much time in many places to really take all the information in. Lunch was a self service affair this time. Food was okay, but again we only had 45 minutes to enjoy a 3 course lunch so all again rushed. BUT my biggest problem was on our journey home. We were supposed to be dropped off at our hotel. Because we were staying in Valletta, the coach was too big to enter the city, which I totally understand. But they knew how many people would be returning to Valletta. They picked up 16 people in total so would drop off 16. But the guide was unsure how we would get back. He was waiting to hear from office as to what the situation was. Eventually he said we would meet up with a smaller minibus which would take us the remainder of the journey. Great... except 16 people , but just 15 seats. This meant one elderly lady had to sit on a strangers lap, with no seat beat which was a bit worrying as several roads were very bumpy!!. Would not recommend this trip.

        Calificación General: 4/10
    • blacklabrador
      Publicado el Lunes, 23 de abril del 2018

      This tour has the makings to be great, unfortunately it wasn't.
      We got off to a poor start by being picked up 20 minutes late, not a massive amount I agree, but you could sense a little hostility from the other people waiting on the bus as if it was our fault we were late.
      The Ferry crossing across from Malta to Gozo was fine, however we then had to transfer to a coach based on Gozo. Sadly, this coach was extremely old and not in a cute, classic kind of way and the seat I sat on was broken, meaning it felt like I was sitting in a rocking chair, and every time the coach accelerated or braked I had to cling on for fear of toppling forward or backwards.
      The Ggantija Temples were interesting enough, as was the excursion to the sadly now collapsed Azure Window, But the trip took another downward turn when, for some unexplained reason,we stopped for 45 minutes at a glorified gift shop. The guide then proceeded to grab a microphone and goad and cajole us into buying items that can be bought at every other souvenir shop in Malta for a lot less money. Why this stop was deemed to be worthy of 5 minutes, let alone 45 staggered more than a few of us on the trip, and the vast majority ended up sitting back on a hot coach for half an hour waiting for a couple of people who seemed to need the whole 45 minute stop to stock up on souvenirs. By this time, it was well past 3pm, and we were told our next stop would be for lunch in Victoria. Sadly, because of the ridiculous amount of time spent at the souvenir shop we were told we only had 1 hour 15 minutes to eat lunch and look around Victoria, a great shame as I would have liked to have visited the Citadel and explore the streets without the mild indigestion gained from having to bolt our lunch. Next up was a trackless train ride to visit the salt pans on Gozos Northern coast. Again, a nice enough idea, however it was so windy that the trackless train had its opaque plastic sides down, meaning we observed the fleeting salt pans rather like you would observe your neighbours garden, through a heavy net curtain. The trackless train didn't even stop and let us out so we might take a picture or two, it was a quick rush job up and down the coast and it was all over in about 15 frustrating minutes.
      And to crown an already disappointing day, as we arrived to board the ferry back to the main Malta Island, the ticket gates shut with half out group unable to catch the same ferry, meaning those that got through had to sit on the coach on the Malta side and wait for 45 minutes for those of us that could not board and had to wait the 45 minutes for the next ferry. A simple request from our guide asking if all 49 people would be able to board would have alleviated this problem, or better still a brief knowledge of the ferry timetable so that we arrived at the terminal with time enough to board as 1 group. My advice to perspective purchasers of this tour would be to avoid it at all costs. If you are able to, you can do a Hop on Hop off tour of Gozo, which I feel would be a lot better, as you can set your own timetable, and save a bit of money as well.

        Calificación General: 2/10
    • Stephen B
      Publicado el Miércoles, 08 de noviembre del 2017

      This tour was very disappointing. The group was just too large with 55 people. The guide could not really keep everyone engaged and in fact at the first stop a significant proportion of the group just did not know where to go and the guide had to restart the talk when we finally caught up.
      The guide did not explain the itinerary of the day and did not really explain what to expect at each stop. It was not helped by the fact that the guides first language was not English and her accent was very difficult to understand.
      When we arrived at each stop we did not fully understand what there was to see or do and were just given a short deadline to be back at the bus. The visit to the Gozo craft centre was a stop at a small tourist shop and to our surprise the guide took the microphone and stood behind the counter promoting the jewellery on offer.
      There were times that the bus driver on Malta was driving with one hand while talking on his mobile phone.
      We were expecting Gozo to be an interesting island with some unique features, but the lasting impression was not good.
      This tour was not the quality of tour which I expect from Viator and was not worth the money

        Calificación General: 2/10
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