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Title: Nadur and its countryside
Authors: Saliba, Mario
Keywords: Landscapes -- Malta -- Nadur
Historic buildings -- Malta -- Nadur
Ta' Sopu Tower (Nadur, Malta)
Ta' Kenuna Tower (Nadur, Malta)
Nadur (Malta) -- History
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: University of Malta. Gozo Campus
Citation: Saliba, M. (2010). Nadur and its countryside. Gozo Observer, 22, 21-26.
Abstract: Gozo still offers tourists an opportunity to enjoy a beautiful, unspoilt natural environment, away from everyday routine, tensions and pressures to satisfy both their physical and mental needs. One of the picturesque places in Gozo is the village of Nadur. Mother Nature endowed it with enchanting bays, citrus orchards, green fields, abundance of natural spring-water and valleys offering a good living for the villagers. Nadur is situated on a hill top to the northeast of the island and is one of the three hills synonymous with the topography of Gozo. Archaeological evidence suggests that the site has bee inhabited since prehistoric times and thus there is a wealth of historical places to visit; like Ta’ Sopu Tower, the Fougasse-Perrier, Ta’ Kenuna Tower and Maltese Garden. Nadur also has a wealth of picturesque spots one can visit like Mixta Cave and Ramla Bay. All in all, Nadur is a location worth visiting.
Appears in Collections:The Gozo Observer - Issue 22, June 2010
The Gozo Observer - Issue 22, June 2010

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