Discover what's on in Gozo including events, festivals and entertainment. Here you will find information on which events are coming up in the next few days in Victoria and around the island of Gozo.


12 Maps, One Project

A voyage through maps – Immerse yourself amongst some truly intriguing cartographic treasures, unveiled in a special exhibition held in collaboration with the Spanish Embassy in Malta. Come visit us between the 10th May & 2nd June.


Location: Xewkija Windmill

Time: 8:30 am - 8:00 pm


Honey & Bee Fest

A celebration of honey and its characteristics, featuring stalls offering various products made from honey. During the two-day event, Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May, visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about bees, the production of honey, Maltese apiculture, and agriculture in general.


Location: Villa Rundle Garden, Victoria

Time: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm


Annie Kids

Step into a world of timeless charm and unforgettable melodies with Annie Kids, brought to you by the talented young stars of Gozo College Primary Schools! Join us on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May, for a heart warming journey filled with laughter, love, and the indomitable spirit of little orphan Annie. Experience the magic of live theatre as our students transport you to 1930s New York City with their captivating performances and infectious energy. Don’t miss this enchanting production that is sure to leave you singing and smiling long after the curtain falls.

Book your tickets from the Gozo Primary Schools or call on phone: 25988408/9

Location: Don Bosco Oratory, Victoria

Time: 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Visiting Victoria

Victoria is not just the geographic heart of Gozo, it is also the centre of everyday activity. It manages to combine the bustle of its market and shops from sun rise to sun set with a relaxed and sociable atmosphere in the evenings. It is a great place to watch the Islanders go about their day from the cafes dotted around the squares. Victoria is also the administrative centre, which includes the main schools, the hospital and the law courts. Its main square is Pjazza Indipendenza, popularly known as it-Tokk. The main building on the square is the Banca Giuratale, built between1733-38, formerly the seat of the municipal government of Gozo and presently of the Victoria Local council. An open market is held every morning in this square and several open air cafes are also found here. Browse around Victoria's narrow winding streets and you'll find everything from delicious fresh produce, cheeses and wines, to antiques, craft goods, fishing nets and knitwear. The town also has a thriving cultural life all of its own, with some surprising attractions ranging from opera to horse races in the main street on festa days.

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