ANSWER - GGANTIJA TEMPLES
Situated in the heart of the Mediterranean, with 7000 years of history, 300 days of sunshine, beautiful coastlines, verdant farmland, prehistoric sites, cave chapels and secluded palaces, the Maltese Islands offer a diverse and exciting terrain for walkers with warm dry summers and mild winters, Spring – (March – May) is the perfect time for walking, as well as Autumn from September onwards, when the landscape is green and wild flowers prevail.
The Malta Tourism Authority and Ramblers Worldwide Holidays are giving a lucky reader and friend the chance to win a Gozo walking holiday and to discover what makes the islands such an ideal walking destination
Gozo offers a tranquil haven for that much needed change in tempo and its’ charm is immediately apparent – greener and more rural. Steeped in myth, Gozo is thought to be the legendary island of Calypso in Homer’s Odyssey. The island is home to the world’s oldest free-standing structure: the megalithic temples of Ggantija.
Gozo is a veritable hikers’ paradise offering an endless choice of walks through charming old villages, past archaeological sites, exploring old chapels and ancient farmhouses, discovering secret bays and lush valleys in the midst of picturesque countryside and along the spectacular coastline.
Winners will be flown to Malta and transferred by ferry to the Mediterranean island gem of Gozo where they will join the Ramblers Worldwide walking holiday in Gozo.
Led by expert leaders, Ramblers Worldwide Holidays offers a superb choice of over 250 guided walking holidays in over 90 countries to suit all levels of fitness and walking ability.
Join the group in Gozo where you be led by an experienced tour leader. Graded D the walks will last between 3 to 6 hours with routes taking you across patchwork fields to hilltops and along the coast. View more information here
Prize is for 6 days /5 nights and winners will stay at the four star Calypso Hotel in Marsalforn on a half board basis.