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Amenities And Surroundings


  • Berthing of vessels up to 45mt LOA and draft of 6mt
  • Stern to and Along Side Berths
  • Jet ski docks
  • Electrical Power 415V and 220V
  • Diver and underwater services
  • Mechanic and engineering services
  • Bunkering of fuels and oils
  • Fresh Water Supply
  • 24/7 Berthing Assistance
  • CCTV
  • Reception Facility
  • Concierge Service
  • Shore Based Bathrooms


Banks are open from Monday to Saturday from 8.30 till about noon. Closed on Sundays and Public holidays. Nearest bank – HSBC Bank or Bank of Valletta both situated at, 90, Republic Street Victoria.


Beaches and seas are safe. However, if you are new to Gozo, swim where the locals do. Full list of Gozo beaches can be found here.


Roman Catholic churches are found all over the island. Mass is celebrated in Maltese, but however, service in English is celebrated at the Bishop’s Seminary in Victoria. Remember, churches are places of worship. When visiting, show respect and wear appropriate attire. For more information on schedules available kindly contact our offices.


The Maltese Islands have typical Mediterranean weather and it is recognized as one of the best climates in the world. The islands have a greater amount of sunshine than northern Europe and there is hardly a day that is not bathed in sunshine.


There are only a few petrol stations in Gozo. Most of them are found in Victoria and a couple here at Mgarr Harbour. Opening hours 07:00 till 18:00 hrs. After closing hours, including Sunday’s and Public Holidays, stations operate self-service using Euro bank notes.


Red post boxes are dotted around the island. You can also post your cards and letters at our marina office.


Note that the museums are closed on public holidays

Museum Opening Hours
Archaeological Museum
Cittadella – Victoria
Mondays to Saturdays
08:30 to 16:30
Folklore Museum
Cittadella – Victoria
Mondays to Saturdays
08:30 to 16:30Sundays 08:00 to 15:00
Archaeological Museum
Cittadella – Victoria
Mondays to Saturdays
08:30 to 16:30Sundays 08:00 to 15:00
Crafts Centre
Cittadella – Victoria
Mondays to Saturdays
08:30 to 16:45
Ggantija Prehistoric Temples
Mondays to Saturdays
08:30 to 16:30
Cathedral Museum
Cittadella – Victoria
Mondays to Saturdays
11:00 to 16:00
Pomskillious (Toys Museum)
Mondays to Saturdays
10:00 to 12:00 and
15:00 to 18:00
Mithna ta’ Kola (Windmill)
Mondays to Saturdays
08:30 to 16:30Sundays 08:30 to 15:00


Most shops are open from 08:00 till Noon, close for a siesta and reopen from 16:00 till 19:00 hrs. On Sunday and Public Holidays most shops are closed.


In Malta, smoking is prohibited in public areas.


The Maltese timezone is Central European Time (CET) in Winter (GMT +1:00), and Central European Summer Time (CEST) in Summer (GMT +2:00); one hour ahead of the time in the UK.


Buses are the cheapest way to travel and are relatively efficient and reliable. All services originate and return to Victoria main bus terminus at Main Gate Street. Bus schedules can be obtained from the information booth at the Victoria bus terminus.

Whenever you use buses make sure that you pay the correct fare. Keep small change available.

To view Malta public transport timetable:



Having your own transport gives you greater flexibility, especially if you wish to explore the farther reaches of the islands or if you like to go out at night. A valid European/ International driving license is required. Most local rental companies will not rent to drivers who are under 25 years old.

All road signs are in English and one drives on the left. Speed limits are 65kph on highways and 40kph in residential areas. Motorbikes and scooters are perfect for short distances and amiable weather, but can be somewhat risky on the rough roads and very slippery in wet conditions.

Should you want to rent Jeeps, mini vans, cars, motorbikes and scooters kindly contact our offices.


Taxi can be identified by their TAXI sign on the roof. They all have meters inside. We would recommend you ask the driver to put them on, or agree a price before you commence your journey. Taxis can be booked from the marina office.


In the mild winter months, cycling or mountain biking can be terrific way of exploring the island’s rural areas. The landscape is picturesque and with its valleys and table top hills there are many long, steep ascents and descents.

Should you want to rent bikes and helmets please contact our offices.


Gozo Channel Line ferries connect Malta to her sister island Gozo. The ferries pass the smallest of the islands, Comino, and enter the picturesque Mgarr Harbour in Gozo. The ferries operate from Mgarr to Cirkewwa daily. There are three different schedules throughout the year which can be found at the ferry terminal or online at

For further assistance you can call at our offices


Mgarr Marina contact details

Mgarr Office: +356 2099 2501
Fax number: +356 2134 1714
Berthing Assistants: +356 9924 2501
24/7 Tel. Numbers: +356 9945 2389 / +356 9949 3706
VHF Number: 13

For further assistance, please call one of our offices.


Ambulance, Fire, Police 112
Malta Country Code +356
Red Cross Land & Sea Rescue 9980 0886
Crafts Centre
Cittadella – Victoria
Mondays to Saturdays
08:30 to 16:45
Emergency Rescue Air / Sea (AFM) – Daytime 42 – 43
– After 16:00 & weekends 2182 4220
Traffic Accident 2132 0202
Directory Enquiries 1182
Overseas Operator 1152
Flight Enquires 5004 3333
Gozo Channel Co. Ltd. 21556622
Hospital Gozo 21561600
Hospital Malta 2545 0000
Time Check 195
Weather Forecast 5004 3848