Dahlet Qorrot Gozo Beach Quality: It is cleaned very frequently by the local authorities.
Beach Facilities: There are no beach facilities in the area. It is therefore advisable that one takes along the essentials.
Getting there: Take the road to Nadur and upon arriving you will notice the road signs in the main roads which will lead you to this bay.
Public transport: No public transport is available up to the bay. There is a three kilometres walk from the parish church of Nadur. Although a large part of the walk is a descent, however one should keep in mind that the return journey would be a steep hill climb. If you feel inclined to take on the challenge, it is recommended that you carry as few things as possible.
Parking: Although parking is not ample, however there is adequate parking for the usual number of visitors.
Persons with less mobility: A ramp is available at one side of the beach giving access to the sandy beach although it is usually used for boats. However the inclination of the ramp might not be at the recommended angle for wheelchair users, so caution is advisable.
Rest rooms: There is a public rest room at Dahlet Qorrot Gozo Bay. It is open every day.
Water sports: Not available. Although the bay is visited by a few day tours who bring tourists to flavor the beauty of the bay.
Warning: There are no underwater currents in the vicinity of the sandy beach, however the sea level gets deep fairly quickly so one should be careful to gauge one’s activities depending on one’s swimming abilities.
Beach furniture: No beach furniture is provided aside for a handful of benches which are shaded by some trees. It is therefore advisable to take your own umbrella and chairs.
Closest villages: Nadur and Qala
Boat house residents enjoying their lunch during a hot summer quiet day, eating rabbit a local delicacy
Hotels in the vicinity of the beach: The Grand Hotel - Overlooking Mgarr Harbour, then at Rabat.
Other accommodation: All throughout Gozo in all the villages there are several apartments and farmhouses for rent which are purposely equipped to host tourists.
Area food & drink: There is a snack-bar facility during the summer months but it is not always available. It is always important, and strongly advisable, that you take your own food and water with you for an enjoyable relaxing visit.
Cultural attractions: A watch tower known as ‘Torri ta’ Sopu’ can be found in the vicinity. This was built during the stay of the Knights of St. John in Malta and specifically in 1667 when Grand Master Nicholas Cottoner decided to increase the fortifications of the Maltese islands to guard against the constant threat of Turkish invasions.
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