The farmhouse was built in a particular area of the village of Nadur, called in Maltese language Tax-Xemx, hence the original name of the house “Dar ix-Xemx,” the House of the Sun, as the sun embraces the house all duration of the day.
Gozo A Prescindere consists of a modernized farmhouse using traditional materials in order to preserve the original nature, all the rooms have wooden beams, but made more comfortable with modern technologies.
All rooms and public areas are air conditioned and heated in winter.
A heated indoor pool with Jacuzzi and external pool with Jacuzzi, overlooking the green valley of Bingemma.
Gozo A Prescindere can accommodate up to 13 people in 4 bedrooms, 3 with ensuite bathrooms and one with external private bathroom in front of the room.
Most rooms have a terrace overlooking the garden, the pool and the green valley of Bingemma.
All was conceived in the house to make your stay as comfortable as possible and at the same time feel at home.
Each floor is lift served.
The outdoor pool is equipped with sun loungers and umbrellas, available for the guests you will find a pretty wooden gazebo, under whose shade you can have lunch or dinner.
Note that both pools were built according to the most modern maintenance technologies, a computer manages the salt and chlorine necessary for its proper use. Both pools are equipped with Jacuzzi and in the winter you can enjoy the warmth of the heated indoor pool, equipped with dehumidification system, coupled with our small gym, it will be a comprehensive wellness program for your body.
Available for guests young and old, there is a TABLE SOCCER 🙂
The village of Nadur is located in the hills to the east of the island of Gozo, equidistant from the arrival port of Mgarr ferry from Victoria (the capital), about 3.5 km.
The baroque church of St. Peter and Paul dominates the main town square, with its bars and restaurants. A Nadur there is an interesting naval museum.
Very interesting to see is the Sopu Tower, an ancient watchtower, as well as the Kenuna Tower where you can enjoy magnificent views of the channel between Gozo, Comino and Malta, strolling along the beautiful “Promenade” of Nadur.
The presence of some great restaurants, within walking distance from home will make your stay in Nadur even more comfortable .
The beauty of Gozo is already evident when you approach the coast by ferry, is warm, welcoming and full of history.
Paradise for DIVING and ideal for those who love hiking, offers different scenarios from one part of the island.
Wied Bingemma, the Bingemma valley starts from the street where is the farmhouse and descends along orchards and cultivated gardens still almost entirely by hand and easily you happen to meet local farmers intent on cultivating their land, using traditional methods.
The valley is populated with a number of old almond trees called “lewz” and the oldest specimens of olive trees in Gozo, called “Zebbug”
This area was declared a nature reserve in 2001.
The Mepa said this site as a ‘Protected Area, May 24, 2011, in accordance with the provisions of the trees and Woodlands Protection Regulations (2011).
Drove down the descent of Triq Wied Bingemma, you can decide whether to go up the hill on the right side, in the direction of San Blas Nadur and from there get to the bay of San Blas Bay, with its beautiful red sand beach.
Alternatively, you can go up the hill on the left and from there connect to the road leading to the large red sand beach Ramla Bay.
As you continue to walk you will get to an area known as Ta’ Venuta where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the valley. And ‘here that the French troops landed in Gozo in 1798.
From Ramla you will then continue going up on foot to Xaghra where the cave of Calypso.