Quirky, cool and charming, our GoCars have three wheels, two seats and run on fun, Soak up the sun and get a unique perspective, self-driving our two-seater cars with your loved one sat beside you. Make memories and turn heads journeying safely around Gozo, following our tour leader and storyteller. All passengers receive a short safety briefing before departing. Drivers must be aged over 21 years old and should present a valid driving licence. Passengers must be over 60 cm's in height.
Add the Land and Sea transfers option to also discover the island of Comino, with its stunning picture-perfect Blue Lagoon.
This tour starts at Mgarr Ferry Terminal in Gozo at 10:30 hrs and ends back at Mgarr Ferry Terminal at 16:30 hrs.
Come as a tourist, leave as a local.
If you are making your own way to the Gozo Channel Ferry terminal in Cirkewwa (Malta), you must board the ferry leaving Cirkewwa at 9:45 am. Be aware that the Departure Gate closes at 9:30am. For more information on how to reach Cirkewwa read our How to Get to Gozo Page.
We make getting there easier. Avoid the hassle of public transport and take advantage of our peace of mind optional Pick Up and Drop Off service from all over mainland Malta. Pick up time depends on your location. The Yippee minibus will pick you up from your accommodation, or closest meeting point, and transfer you to Marfa Quay where you will connect to our Yippee Island Hopper cruiser, exclusively reserved for our guests. Coasting along our award-winning beautiful blue shores, your return journey also includes a sail around Comino’s captivating caves and picture-perfect Blue Lagoon, ending with a refreshing swim stop (seasonal) at the Crystal Lagoon. Afterwards, customers are connected to our Pick Up and Drop Off service, delivering you back to your original pick-up point.
A complimentary pick up is offered to guests staying in Gozo.
Savour Gozo’s tastes and flavours and add the Gozo on a plate option. For starters, try our Hobz biz-zejt; soft, crusty, Gozitan bread, spread with home-made tomato paste, topped with a drizzle of local virgin olive oil, served with our Gozo peppered cheeselets. Then try our traditional Ftira, made from unleavened dough topped with potatoes, olives, tomatoes and anchovies. Finish off with something sweet, Helwa tat' tork is our after-dinner treat. Enjoy these local delicacies with a chilled glass of wine produced by one of Gozo’s impressive vineyards. Then simply raise your glass, and like a local say... Bis-sahha!
1. Church of St. John The Baptist, Ufficju Parrokjali Pjazza San Gwann Battista, Xewkija, Island of Gozo, Malta
This impressive church boasts the third largest unsupported dome in the world. Pay a small donation to the church to gain access to the roof of the Rotunda via a lift, and from there you can enjoy elevated 360 degree views of Gozo.
2. Sanap Cliffs, Munxar, Island of Gozo, Malta
Not accessible by public transport or hop-on/hop-off tours, Sanap Cliffs is one of the highest points in Gozo. These breathtaking cliffs are a hidden gem with views of Malta and Comino in the distance.
3. Xlendi Beach, Cliff and Caves, Xlendi, Island of Gozo, Malta
Xlendi is a very popular coastal destination in Gozo, with beautiful blue water, cliffs and Xlendi Tower. We stop at the Belvedere overlooking the Xlendi Tower and bay.
4. Fontana, Fontana, Island of Gozo, Malta
Wash house built by the knights. We recommend you visit Fontana Cottage which is nearby.
5. Dwejra Bay, San Lawrenz, Island of Gozo, Malta
This is where the famous Azure Window used to stand, although the area has so much more to discover, including Fungus Rock, the Inland Sea and Dwejra Tower. Do not miss the limestone quarries on your way down.
6. Ta' Pinu National Shrine, 40 George Borg Olivier St, Gharb, Island of Gozo, Malta
Ta' Pinu is our ´church of miracles´ and a wonderful example of Gozitan heritage. This spectacular Basilica sits by itself in the countryside, with extensive murals and mosaics both inside and out.
7. Wied il-Mielah Window, Mielah Valley, Gharb, Island of Gozo, Malta
This impressive rock formation is rarely visited by other tours, and was formed in a similar way to the former Azure Window. Not accessible by public transport or hop-on/hop-off.
8. The Citadel, Victoria, Island of Gozo, Malta
You can't go far in Gozo without seeing The Citadel - our ancient fortified city perched on top of the rocks, right in the centre of Gozo. From the top of its walls almost all of Gozo can be seen. Discover the secrets hidden behind The Citadel´s walls, including WW2 shelters and grain silos.
9. Marsalforn Bay, Marsalforn, Island of Gozo, Malta
Marsalforn is home to the Salt Pans, which are, as the name suggests, pans cut out of the rock where Gozitans still make salt to this day. The pans stretch for many kilometres. This is where our guests can enjoy a traditional lunch at our restaurant Mellos Bar & Grill (optional). Guests who have not purchased our 3-course traditional Gozitan meal are allocated 45 minutes to enjoy Marsalforn Bay at their leisure.
10. Calypso Cave, Xaghra, Island of Gozo, Malta
Calypso Cave is linked to Greek Mythology and is believed to have been referenced in Homer's Odyssey. Whilst the caves themselves are currently closed, the view overlooking the red sands of Ramla Bay is breathtaking.
11. Ramla Bay, Xaghra, Island of Gozo, Malta
With its long stretch of red sands and blue water, Ramla Bay is the largest beach in Gozo and a very popular swimming spot.
12. Ta' Kenuna Tower, Archbishop Saver Cassar Street, Nadur, Island of Gozo, Malta
An underrated highlight, this old signal tower has been renovated, is surrounded by public gardens and has one of the best views in Gozo, with unobstructed views of Comino and Malta.
13. Qala Belvedere, Qala, Island of Gozo, Malta
From Qala Belvedere enjoy beautiful views of Mgarr Harbour and our three islands.
14. & 15 & 16. Blue Lagoon, Caves, Crystal Lagoon, Island of Comino, Malta (optional)