Enjoy a dream relaxing holiday at Arjuza Farmhouse and enjoy a night out at the Cittadella. Not to be missed!

ENJOY A DREAM RELAXING HOLIDAY AT ARJUZA FARMHOUSE AND ENJOY A NIGHT OUT AT THE CITTADELLA

What To See

  • Re-enactment | Grandmaster Wignacourt ceremonial entrance
  • Interactive acts | The Citadel’s Mysteries, tales, legends and secrets
  • Dance Installation | Ahna by Żfin Malta
  • Acrobatic Spectacle |Shadow Substance by Vertical Waves (Italy)
  • Live bands | Ivan from Wintermoods, Novel, Straight Ahead, MAE, Fellow Fish
  • Ditching into the past | Folk Groups, folk games and hands-on activities
  • Children’s Theatre | The Complete History of Malta by More or Less Theatre
  • Cinema | Screening of Dar ir-Rummien short-film by Gozo Film Club
  • Animated Museums |Demonstration of traditional crafts and activities
  • Choral concert
  • Exhibitions

Where To Go

  • New Visitors’ Centre
  • Cathedral Church with panoramic views from Bell Tower
  • All Heritage Malta museums
  • Silos, Gun-powder Magazine and Battery
  • The Ditch
  • Cittadella Culture Centre
  • Law Courts
  • St Joseph & St Barbara’s Chapels within the walls

What to do

  • Enjoy a splendid dinner
  • Try the local delicacies and cuisine
  • Poke around the artisan food stalls
  • Stroll and discover intriguing spaces and places within Cittadella
  • Enjoy the spectacular views of Gozo
  • Guide and plan your roaming through the old city with the new CITTADELLA App.

NOT TO BE MISSED

St. John the Baptist
The feast of St John Baptist is this weekend.  Your last chance to be present within the centre of activities and enjoy a relaxing weekend in our farmhouse. You can literarily from the balcony enjoy almost all the parades, band marches and religious processions that pass in front of the house. Photograph shows street decorations in front of ARJUZA that are put up exclusively for the occasion. DON’T MISS OUT – BOOK NOW.
L-Imnarja
The Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul is celebrated in the village of Nadur.  Nadur is literary five minutes away from ARJUZA. This feast dates back to the mediaeval period and is still celebrated with pomp and tradition. A mid-week which may be extended over the weekend. We recommend a long tranquil stay at ARJUZA whilst taking advantage of the holiday.