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Malta, Gozo and Comino (Landscapes Countryside Guides) Paperback – 22 Jan 2004
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This guide to Malta, Gozo and Comina includes: topographical walking maps; fold-out touring maps; many short walks and picnic suggestions - suitable for hot summer days and for those with young children; and an update service with specific route-change information.
Top Customer Reviews
Spent the last 3 days in Gozo, stayiung in Mgarr. Gozo was far better - more dramactic scenery, less built up, fewer dogs. Did all 4 Gozo walks in the book and they are by far the best, particularly walk 26 - the North East coast walk through Qala and Ir-Ramla. Would definitely recommend you vist March - May, whilst all the flowers are out and before it gets too hot.
Also had the Paddy Dillon - Cicerone book with us, but didn't find it as good as this, walk descriptions less detailed and maps not so good.
Nearly all the walks are accessed by bus - with different start and stop points - so expect complications if you attempt to drive to a start point and create your own 'circular' variant.
Some starts points are uneccessarily complicated - leaving the impression that your map-reading or guide book reading is failing.
Some walks appear to be 'creations' - merely wandering in an area by every possible track or lane - not to get anywhere, but simply to pass time in an unspoiled area - relax and enjoy the peace and quiet while it still exists.
Overall, not one of the simplest Sunflower Guides - but offering access and suggested routes away from roads and the standard tourist sites.