Patronage of Our Lady

Patronage of Our Lady

The Patronage of Our Lady chapel was first built in 1738 and attracted worshippers from all over the island. It was rebuilt on a larger scale and in 1789 was the first and only rural chapel on Gozo for 161 years. The altarpiece shows the Virgin Mary shielding a person from Satan with her cloak.
Villagg Tal Fanal
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  • Belfast, Thu 18 Oct 2018
  • 7 Nights, Self Catering
  • 4 Adults, 0 Children

Villagg Tal Fanal

Ghasri (Gozo), Malta and Gozo

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  • Rustic charm
  • Traditional style
  • Small and friendly
  • Peaceful atmosphere
  • Stunning countryside views
St. Publius

St. Publius

Ghasri (Gozo), Malta and Gozo

Even though Ghasri is the smallest village in Gozo, it has a church, built early in the twentieth century, and two chapels, St. Publius and a rural chapel dedicated to the Patronage of Our Lady.

7.4 Km to Patronage of Our Lady - Map

The Church of St John The Baptist

The Church of St John The Baptist

Malta and Gozo

Unbelievably, the Church of St John the Baptist was built by just 12 men. It did take 20 years though! Completed in the 1600s, the church has one of the largest unsupported domes in the world and can be seen...

7.9 Km to Patronage of Our Lady - Map

Gozo Maritime Museum

Gozo Maritime Museum

Malta and Gozo

The Gozo Maritime Museum is one man’s collection of memorabilia through three centuries of maritime history. Highlights include timber from Lord Nelson’s ship HMS Victory and one of Lord Mountbatten’s gold...

8.9 Km to Patronage of Our Lady - Map