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We first visited Gozo back in 1986 for our honeymoon and decided it was time to go back and see how much the island had changed. For our honeymoon we stayed at a different hotel, but we remembered the rather smart Ta' Cenc and decided...More
The Ta Cenc is an area of very special 'garigue' habitat which is essentially rocks with little soil and an ecosystem unique to it self. The Ta Cenc garigue is absolutely wonderful in the springtime when wild flowers emerge from their rocky beds and the...More
We spent a half day there with lunch and had a great time. The swim spot is sheltered and has great views above and below the water.
The lunch spot was also very nice with the food and staff being great.
Such a romantic place! Suggest you go there an hour before sunset and you really get the breathtaking scenery. The food was lovely (but huge portions) and the wine list didn’t disappoint. The waiters are always friendly and attentive. Massive thumbs up!
We went for lunch with some friends. It was a stunning location and the staff were very helpful and friendly. I thought the food was neither good nor bad. After lunch we had an amazing swim in the little cove.
For a hotel, this was remarkably quiet and during the couple of hours that I was there, I saw very few guests. The spa and pool were being used but as a result of the lack of guests, the beautiful entrance hall and wonderful furnishings...More
We were not guests of Ta Cenc so we paid 10 euros each for the sunbeds but the view is incredible. Though we were warned that we may have to move if there were hotel guests wanting the beds! We planned on staying for the...More
These cliffs are similar to the Dingli cliffs on Malta only not as high an these have the benefit of coves and fjords for great swimming and scuba diving. As a plus, locals will tell you stories of when Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in...More