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| Xaghra, Ggantija, Island of Gozo, Malta
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Reviewed today via mobile

Amazing to see these old structures and to imagine how people were living there 5000 y ago. Compared to the other Malta temples we were impressed by the height of the walls still standing and some altar structures. Can walk through it which is better...More

Thank Joost969
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

It was a must-see for me as I am a history fan but I can imagine that some people might not find the pile of rocks that interesting. The museum is pretty well done and it explains the history and the background behind these temples....More

Thank Martina P
Reviewed 6 days ago

My husband and I recently visited the Ggantija Megalithic Temples on the Maltese island of Gozo. We had previously visited other ancient sites on the Maltese Island and found all to be well maintained. Ggantija is no exception. The information in the museum is well...More

Thank marypwelsh54
Reviewed 1 week ago

The structures were created before the Egyptian Pyramids . They are well preserved . One is made to think how they managed to move those heavy stones back then and why. .

Thank michaela s
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is one of the stops on the hop on hop off bus tour. There really is not much to see. You can pass if you do not have too much time to spend in Gozo

Thank Awesome2210
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We stopped off here on an organised trip to Gozo, I enjoy history and enjoyed the visit to the temples however my partner was a little underwhelmed so if you’re not into looking at old rocks or the little museum/exhibit then spend your time on...More

Thank 492missa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We originally went for the stone circle which was nearby, but we were unable to find it. So we went to the Ggantija temple instead. It was quite a small museum when you compare to others but you got to go up close and inside...More

Thank Isabell V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very little of this location remains from the original and most has been rebuilt. It is underwhelming if you have already seen some of the temples on Malta (i.e. Hagar Qim and Mnajdra). It is directly across from a plateau through to be the home...More

Thank flaneur40
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

An ok experience when in the area. Small but enlightening museum, about 5 min walk from the main square.

Thank Frippe26
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Hadn't even heard of these remains before visiting Gozo. A must visit during your stay, Just for the sheer age and size of the stones. If you are mystified by Stonehenge this takes things to a different level. The museum and information centre is instructive...More

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annamarie Y
8 May 2018|
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Response from tototny@ | Reviewed this property |
if you got a weekly bus pass which you can purchased at the hus station you can used it around gozo too
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OJ1982
15 February 2018|
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Response from tototny@ | Reviewed this property |
its not that big both is only 2 min apart and the temple is small and the windmill is small space u can explore in 30min
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Monique G
15 November 2017|
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Response from Mags27 | Reviewed this property |
we were staying in the town of Xaghra were it I'd situated there as are regular bus services to the town from different parts of Gozo. so not difficult to reach by pub transport. by
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