Gozo, the second largest island comprising the archipelago of Malta, is rich with scenes and culture, as well as architecture marvel; comfort and experience at an arm’s reach.

Some of the Maltese architecture dating earlier than the pyramids of Egypt thrives to the day – like the Ggantija; however, most of the medieval architecture was unable to surpass time due to developments and natural mischances. Luckily for Malta, specifically Gozo, its modern architecture has not failed its ancestors. As proof, here are several farmhouses to visit in the island upon your tour:

St. Paul’s Bay, Malta

In the Northern Region of Malta lies the largest town in the area, St. Paul’s Bay. The place was named after the shipwreck of St. Paul in reference to a passage in the Acts of the Apostle. In addition to its historical richness, St. Paul’s Bay houses a number of converted farmhouses, one of which is located in the countryside of Burmarrad.

The property lies in a 300 m2 lot where guests are welcomed with an ample garden space, and overall land area. Its interior is gorgeously decorated with wood, and earth-toned furniture and fixtures. Its main facilities include two en-suite bedrooms; a single bedroom for one; and another single bedroom with a bunk. Its amenities include a spacious dining area, and an open plan living/kitchen space.

Swatar, Malta

Swatar, young in terms of habitation and development, lies on a hill, and is home to more than 5,000 inhabitants; a small and peaceful place perfect for unwinding. Now, if you enjoy style and comfort, this farmhouse in Swatar, Malta is the perfect lodging place. This charming modern farmhouse sits on a vast lot area, housing four bedrooms, two of which are with en-suite facilities, and a main bathroom; an office space; a total of three living rooms; a brand new modernized kitchen; a spacious pool area with generous recreation space complete with pool lounge chairs; a reception area; a two car garage; a garden; and, a parking space.

St. Pauls Bay

Another converted farmhouse in St. Paul’s features a lavish pool overlooking the countryside. It features furnished four double bedrooms, as well as four bathrooms; a fully-equipped kitchen and dining; a game room; a lounge area; and a garage. Outside lies the property’s gallant driveway; fully green garden; and, surrounding natural caves. Found at the limits of St. Paul and Xemxija, this property enjoys natural lighting apart from the scenic views.


If you enjoy rustic interior design with this converted farmhouse in Siggiewi may just be the place for you. The property, made from Maltese stone, is an embellished old-fashioned farmhouse. It consists of four bedrooms with three bathrooms; a lounge space; a kitchen and living/dining area; a study room; a fireplace; a one-car capacity garage; a garden surrounding the area; BBQ space; and, a pool complete with a slide springboard. You can also revel in the beauty of the countryside from the first floor terrace.


A farmhouse in Xewkija is perfect for minimalist guests saving up instead for tours around the area. The property features a pool, and is in full minimalist interior. It has four fully-furnished bedrooms, a swimming pool with sun deck space, and is equipped with TV, Wi-Fi, and laundry amenities. To see more of these properties, visit https://www.maltasothebysrealty.com/rentals/gozo/.


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