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Quad Bike Tours in Gozo

We offer the perfect vehicle to experience the island in a new exciting way.

Quad Bike Tours in Gozo

We offer the perfect vehicle to experience the island in a new exciting way.

Quad Bike Tours in Gozo

We offer the perfect vehicle to experience the island in a new exciting way.

Explore and discover Gozo on a quad bike tour!

Our quad bike tours of Gozo are one of the most popular and exciting experiences in Malta. These fun quad bike adventures give you a thrill like no other. The island of Gozo offers a natural landscape, where you can enjoy quad biking along the coastline, discovering secluded areas, creeks, towers, caves and old traditional villages.

These guided tours are safe and suitable for beginners or professionals. Join us for a drive into the picturesque landscape of Gozo.

Wied il-Mielah

The Wied il-Mielaħ Window is a limestone natural arch on the north-western coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of the valley, north of the village of Għarb.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Mgarr ix-Xini

Mgarr ix-Xini is a secluded bay, situated between a creek on the southern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of the valley, south of the village of Għajnsielem.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Wied il-Ghasri

Wied il-Ghasri is a secluded creek with a tiny pebbly beach on the north-western coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of the valley, north of the village of Żebbuġ.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Ta' Cenc Cliffs

Ta’ Cenc Cliffs is a linear strip of cliff on the southern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located, south of the village of Sannat. The area consists of steep and rugged cliffs, which rise from sea level to a height of 120 metres.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Sanap Cliffs

Sanap Cliffs is a linear strip of cliff on the southern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located, south of the village of Sannat. The area consists of steep and rugged cliffs, which rise from sea level to a height of 120 metres.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Salt Pans

These 350-year-old salt pans, stretch about 3km along the northern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. They are part of the centuries-old Gozitan tradition of Sea-Salt production passed down within families for many generations.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Ramla Bay

Ramla Bay is a popular sandy beach on the northern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of a rich and fertile valley, north of the village of Nadur.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Hondoq Bay

Hondoq Bay is a popular bay with the Gozitans on the south-eastern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of a quarry, south of the village of Qala.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Mixta Cave

Mixta Cave is a picturesque cave high up in the hills on the northern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of a cliff, north of the village of Nadur.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Ggantija Temples

The Ggantija Temples are the oldest freestanding megalithic temples in the world. They are older than the pyramids of Egypt. The temples are located in the village of Xagħra.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Fungus Rock

The Fungus Rock is a 60 metre high islet situated on the western coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of the valley in Dwejra, west of the village of Gharb.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Flo Azure

Flo Azure is a picturesque linear strip of steep and rugged cliffs situated on the western coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located, west of the village of Gharb.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Dwejra Tower

Dwejra Tower was built in 1652 during the reign of Grand Master Lascaris to guard the western coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of the valley in Dwejra, west of the village of Gharb.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Dwejra Bay

Dwejra Bay is a relatively small bay surrounded by high cliffs and connected by a 60-metre long cave. It is located on the western coast of the island of Gozo in Dwejra, west of the village of Gharb.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Blue Hole

The Blue Hole is one of the most famous diving spots situated on the western coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of the valley in Dwejra, west of the village of Gharb.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Cittadella

The Cittadella was built in 1500 BC and is believed to have been the acropolis of the Punic-Roman city of Gaulos or Glauconis Civitas. It is located in the center of Victoria on the island of Gozo in Malta.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Qolla l-Bajda

Qolla l-Bajda is situated on the northern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. The shape is the result of sub-aerial erosion processes throughout the years. It is located north of the village of Żebbuġ.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Aqueducts

The Aqueducts were built by the British between 1839 and 1843 to transport water to the city of Victoria. It is located on the western outskirts of Victoria on the island of Gozo in Malta.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Wied il-Mielah

The Wied il-Mielaħ Window is a limestone natural arch on the north-western coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of the valley, north of the village of Għarb.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Wied il-Ghasri

Wied il-Ghasri is a secluded creek with a tiny pebbly beach on the north-western coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of the valley, north of the village of Żebbuġ.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Sanap Cliffs

Sanap Cliffs is a linear strip of cliff on the southern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located, south of the village of Sannat. The area consists of steep and rugged cliffs, which rise from sea level to a height of 120 metres.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Salt Pans

These 350-year-old salt pans, stretch about 3km along the northern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. They are part of the centuries-old Gozitan tradition of Sea-Salt production passed down within families for many generations.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Ramla Bay

Ramla Bay is a popular sandy beach on the northern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of a rich and fertile valley, north of the village of Nadur.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Hondoq Bay

Hondoq Bay is a popular bay with the Gozitans on the south-eastern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of a quarry, south of the village of Qala.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Mixta Cave

Mixta Cave is a picturesque cave high up in the hills on the northern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of a cliff, north of the village of Nadur.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Flo Azure

Flo Azure is a picturesque linear strip of steep and rugged cliffs situated on the western coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located, west of the village of Gharb.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Mgarr ix-Xini

Mgarr ix-Xini is a secluded bay, situated between a creek on the southern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of the valley, south of the village of Għajnsielem.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Qolla l-Bajda

Qolla l-Bajda is situated on the northern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. The shape is the result of sub-aerial erosion processes throughout the years. It is located north of the village of Żebbuġ.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Ggantija Temples

The Ggantija Temples are the oldest freestanding megalithic temples in the world. They are older than the pyramids of Egypt. The temples are located in the village of Xagħra.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Dwejra Tower

Dwejra Tower was built in 1652 during the reign of Grand Master Lascaris to guard the western coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of the valley in Dwejra, west of the village of Gharb.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Fungus Rock

The Fungus Rock is a 60 metre high islet situated on the western coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of the valley in Dwejra, west of the village of Gharb.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Ta' Cenc Cliffs

Ta’ Cenc Cliffs is a linear strip of cliff on the southern coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located on the south of the village of Sannat.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Dwejra Bay

Dwejra Bay is a relatively small bay surrounded by high cliffs and connected by a 60-metre long cave. It is located on the western coast of the island of Gozo in Dwejra, west of the village of Gharb.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Blue Hole

The Blue Hole is one of the most famous diving spots situated on the western coast of the island of Gozo in Malta. It is located at the end of the valley in Dwejra, west of the village of Gharb.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Cittadella

The Cittadella was built in 1500 BC and is believed to have been the acropolis of the Punic-Roman city of Gaulos or Glauconis Civitas. It is located in the center of Victoria on the island of Gozo in Malta.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Aqueducts

The Aqueducts were built by the British between 1839 and 1843 to transport water to the city of Victoria. It is located on the western outskirts of Victoria on the island of Gozo in Malta.

Explore this location on a quad bike!

Feel free to contact us for any inquiries


Several Quad Bikes Heading On A Tour In Gozo, Malta
Several People On Their Quad Bikes Heading On A Tour In Gozo, Malta
Quad Bikes On A Hill With A Nice Sunset
Two Females On Their Quad Bike Rental.
Several Quad Bikes Heading On A Tour In Gozo, Malta
Several People On Their Quad Bikes Heading On A Tour In Gozo, Malta
Quad Bikes On A Hill With A Nice Sunset
Two Females On Their Quad Bike Rental.
Two Females On Their Quad Bike Rental.
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