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Gozo Ta' Cenc Cliffs Segway Tour

  • Explore some of Gozo’s most wild and beautiful scenery on this Segway tour
  • This introductory tour is perfect for first-time Segway users
  • See the Rotunda of Xewkija, Ta’ Gordan Lighthouse, and many other sights
Gozo Ta' Cenc Cliffs Segway Tour
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Gozo Ta' Cenc Cliffs Segway Tour
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Discover some of Gozo’s most scenic corners—and enjoy a seamless way to explore—on this small-group Segway tour. Tailored to first-time Segway users, the tour begins with an intensive training session before you set off to see the sights. Once you feel comfortable, hit the road: you’ll glimpse the Rotunda of Xewkija, Ta’ Gordan Lighthouse, and more. For a small additional expense, extend the tour with a side trip to the Ta’ Cenc Cliffs and the island’s megalithic dolmen tombs.
What to Expect
The tutorial takes place at the meeting point, in the limits of Sannat. As soon as you familiarise yourself with driving the segway, you immediately head to the beautiful graveled road overlooking Gozo's central villages, including Xewkija's Rotunda church, Ta’ Gordan lighthouse and Marsalforn's 'Salvatur’ amongst your views. As you continue gliding on your segways, you will start to see the islands of Comino and Malta, the two other islands in the Maltese archipelago right in front of you. There will be plenty of opportunities to take postcard photos during this short and sweet tour.   Kantra Bay and nearby Mgarr ix-Xini were recently home to Hollywood heart-throbs Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie during the filming of their latest blockbuster 'By the Sea'!   Note: there is also the possibility of visiting the archaeological remains known as the Dolmens, dating back more than 2500 BC and the nearby breathtaking Ta’ Cenc cliffs. 
If you would like to avail yourself of this option, kindly notify it at the time of booking, so more time can be allowed for your tour. Please note that an extra 30 minutes will be allowed for this detour, costing an additional Euro 5 p.p. Highly recommended!
Reviews (12)
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
A lovely experience

I always wanted to try it out! But I never thought it’s going to be this amazing. The tour guide was great! Very considerate and professional! He also explained some of the places we were looking at even though we were locals and I appreciated...More

Thank CatherineTraveller13
Reviewed 23 July 2018 via mobile
Great tour!

We had never been on Segways before and our guide Leigh was very helpful and a lot of fun. Our taxi driver had not left us where we'd hoped and we had to walk to the meeting point but were of course running late at...More

2  Thank Sophie G
Reviewed 24 June 2018 via mobile
Excellent fun highly recommend

4 of us spent just over an hour having great fun on the Segways. Excellent professional and friendly guidance provided throughout the experience. You start by practicing round a very quiet area, to get to grips with the Segway, learning how to direct, slow down,...More

1  Thank J0andChris
Reviewed 27 April 2018 via mobile
Ta cenc views fab

My friend and I had a fantastic morning with Javier and the views on this tour are fantastic. Javier was very patient with us as we are (were) very inexperienced segway users. I will definitely do this again and highly recommend it.

Thank Alison P
Reviewed 20 March 2018
Surpassed our expectations

My husband and had a fantastic 2-hour semi-private tour with Javier who is every bit of a wonderful guide as described in other reviews. He really tailors his tour to who you are and is so knowledgeable not just about history, but also with the...More

Date of experience: March 2018
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Wayne K
11 September 2018|
Response from J0andChris | Reviewed this property |
I would email the operator of the tours to ask as I am not sure