Isle of plenty

Jars of honey and olive oil, homemade sea salt and wine, and the world's best tomato paste: Susan Morrell finds an epicurean idyll on a farm in Gozo.

31st August, 2014
The dramatic scenery of Dwejra Bay attracts tourists to Gozo. Picture: Getty

Bobbing along the narrow streets of Gozo on the top deck of the sightseeing bus, I wondered where all the people were.

The golden afternoon light coated the sandstone buildings like honey. It was early summer and the sky was a perfect Mediterranean blue. The bus whizzed around impossibly narrow streets, making me glad there was little traffic to compete with. Gozo, the second largest of the three inhabited Maltese islands, is a popular destination...

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