Routes Malta RabatVictoria
From Victoria to Ramla bay Gozo

Victoria, Rabat, Malta

From Victoria to Ramla bay Gozo

Length7 mi
Elev. Gain574 ft
Est. Steps16000

Scenic views

No shade

Steep slope

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From Victoria to Ramla bay Gozo is a 7.1 mile (16,000-step) route located near Victoria, Rabat, Malta. This route has an elevation gain of about 574 ft and is rated as medium. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Villa Rundle

Villa Rundle Garden is a garden located in the lower part of Republic Street, Victoria, Gozo, Malta. The garden was planted by, and named, after the British General Leslie Rundle around 1915, and has a variety of native and imported trees, such as Ficus nitida and Canary palms. The trees give visitors a shade from the sun.

Old Prison (Victoria)

Tourist Attraction
The Old Prison is located in the Citadel of Victoria, Gozo, adjacent to the Courts of Justice to which it was originally connected. Today, the prison complex is divided into two different buildings: the entrance hall, which had been a common cell in the 19th century, and a free-standing block with six individual cells.


Ġgantija (Maltese pronunciation: [dʒɡanˈtiːja], "Giantess") is a megalithic temple complex from the Neolithic on the Mediterranean island of Gozo. The Ġgantija temples are the earliest of the Megalithic Temples of Malta. The Ġgantija temples are older than the pyramids of Egypt. Their makers erected the two Ġgantija temples during the Neolithic (c.

Xagħra Stone Circle

The Xagħra Stone Circle (Maltese: Iċ-Ċirku tax-Xagħra), also known as the Xagħra Hypogeum or the Brochtorff Circle, is a Neolithic funerary complex located in Xagħra, Gozo, Malta. It consists of a series of caves which were used to bury the dead, and which were surrounded by a walled enclosure. It mainly dates back to around 3000 to 2400 BC, although the earliest tombs at the site date back to 4100 to 3800 BC.

Cittadella (Gozo)

The Cittadella (Maltese: Iċ-Ċittadella), also known as the Castello (Maltese: Il-Kastell), is the citadel of Victoria on the island of Gozo, Malta. The area has been inhabited since the Bronze Age, and the site now occupied by the Cittadella is believed to have been the acropolis of the Punic-Roman city of Gaulos or Glauconis Civitas.

Gozo (independent state)

The island of Gozo, which is today a part of Malta, was independent for nearly three years between 1798 and 1801 during the French Revolutionary Wars. This brief period is sometimes known as La Nazione Gozitana (lit. "The Gozitan Nation"), when Gozo was officially an independent state with King Ferdinand III of Sicily as its monarch, and with a provisional government led by Saverio Cassar, who became Governor-general.

Cathedral of the Assumption, Gozo

The Cathedral of the Assumption is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the Cittadella of Victoria in Gozo, Malta. The cathedral is dedicated to the Assumption of Mary, and it has been the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Gozo since the formation of the diocese in 1864.

Church of the Nativity of Our Lady (Savina)

The Church of the Nativity of Our Lady more commonly known in Maltese as Ta' Savina is a church situated in the heart of Victoria, in the island of Gozo, part of the Maltese archipelago.

Gozo Museum of Archaeology

The Gozo Museum of Archaeology (Maltese: Il-Mużew tal-Arkeoloġija ta' Għawdex) is a museum in the Cittadella of Victoria in Gozo, Malta. The museum of was opened in 1960 as the first public museum in Gozo and was known as the Gozo Museum. The museum was redesigned and reopened in 1986 as the Archaeology Museum of Gozo.

Gozo Nature Museum

The Gozo Nature Museum, formerly known as the Natural Science Museum, is a museum in Victoria, on the island of Gozo, Malta. It has been open to public since 1991. It is housed in a group of houses within the Cittadella, the oldest part of the city. These houses date back to various ages: the older one, which was an inn, to 1495; the other to the 17th century.
Route Details


7 mi

Elev. Gain

574 ft

Est. Steps

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