A five-star country resort, the Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz provides the highest levels of service, comfort and style. The complex features 140 elegant and rooms spacious suites all offering air conditioning and complimentary WiFi access.
The hotel offers a wide range of distinctive dining and drinking venues for all occasions and tastes. Enjoy an al fresco lunch at our Gazebo in the blissful setting of the garden, casual meals at either the Italian Trattoria San Lawrenz, the sunny terrace of Il-Baldakkin Lounge. Gastronomes can enjoy the best of fine dining at our award-winning restaurant ‘L'Ortolan’.
The authentic Ayurveda Centre is one of the largest and best in the Mediterranean and offers a variety of therapies and cures. At Kempinski The Spa, a wide choice of non-Ayurvedic treatments is also available. The Spa also offers two heated indoor pools, an indoor jacuzzi, an Oriental hammam, a steam bath, a state-of-the-art gym, 2 squash courts and 2 floodlit tennis courts.
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The Inland Sea, Dwejra
The Inland Sea is an inland lagoon in Dwejra, and is perhaps the archipelago’s most spectacular natural landmark. The Inland Sea, and Dwejra Bay itself, were created millions of years ago when two limestone caves collapsed. The shallow inland lagoon is linked to the sea via a 100 metre cave in the cliff. On calm days, small fishing boats carry visitors out to sea through this tunnel, in order to see Fungus Rock and the Azure Window.
Megalithic Ggantija Temples
Ggantija Temples in Xaghra, Gozo, are one of the most important archaeological sites in theworld and date from around 3600 to 3200 BC. Due to the gigantic dimensions of the megaliths,in past centuries some locals believed that the temples were the work of giants. Thisparticular temple site in Gozo bears witness to this ancient legend: its name, ‘Ggantija’, isMaltese for ‘giant’.
Ta' Dbiegi Crafts Village, Gharb
The crafts village in Gozo is located in the oldest village of the island, in Gharb. This craft village is very well laid out with individual shops scattered around the site. When visiting the Ta’ Dbiegi Craft Village in Gozo you can see hand-made pottery, Gozo lace, glass blowing and leather items all being made in the crafts village.
Calypso's Cave, Xaghra
This cave is situated in a cliff face, a short distance from Xaghra and overlooks the red sands of Ramla Bay. This cave is assumed to be the cave referred to by Homer in `The Odyssey’ where Calypso, the beautiful nymph kept Odysseus as a `prisoner of love’ for seven years. The cave’s interior/exterior are not too impressive but the magnificent views are worth it.
Ninu's Cave, Xaghra
Ninu’s Cave, is an underground cave in Xaghra. Discovered in 1888, this cave has strange yet colourful alabaster stalactites and stalagmites. The cave is 24 metres long and reaches 18 metres in width and is located within private premises, to the left of the church and visitors are shown around by a family guide.
The Cathedral, Victoria
The Citadel’s fine Baroque Cathedral is a masterpiece designed by Lorenzo Gafa’, the Maltese Architect who was responsible for the magnificent Cathedral of Mdina. The site on which it stands may well have been that of the Roman Temple of Juno, mentioned by Cicero in his writings. Its floor is made up of a mosaic of marble tombstones and ecclesiastical emblems, while its ceiling has a remarkable trompe l’oeil painting, depicting the interior of a dome that was never built.