We’re Green at Amchara Malta

Our retreat in Malta is on the beautiful eco-island of Gozo, in a small town west of the island called Gharb. Gharb is in a quiet, rural area – away from the hustle and bustle of Malta life – the “untouched” island is the perfect setting to relax, detox and recharge.

Now that summer is over, the flowers are back in business. With lush greenery and day-time sun, Gozo is known for its beautiful landscape and peaceful surroundings.

As our retreat is a large complex, with 16 guests’ rooms plus facilities and in support of the EcoGozo plan, whereby the Government foresees a fully sustainable future for the island of Gozo – we are now solar powered at our retreat and aim to reduce our carbon footprint in order to help Gozo achieve their vision.

Our retreat is a large complex, with 16 guest rooms plus facilities, including a pool, jacuzzi, infrared sauna and steam room. We fully support the Eco-Gozo plan, are now solar powered at our retreat and aim to reduce our carbon footprint – in order to help Gozo achieve their vision of not only a sustainable island, but also to ensure greater health and well-being for residents and tourists.

“Eco-Gozo is not merely thinking green, but a vision to achieve a stable and healthy environment for a better quality of life. It is therefore not a quest to bring about environmental improvement on the island in isolation, but to think constantly of the environment in whatever we do as that fundamental element which determines our health, our well-being and what makes the island so special.”

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At Amchara Malta, we are so grateful to be based on such a beautiful island and our guests always comment on the peaceful and charming surroundings. Whilst guests can juice fast (including indulging in GREEN juices!), eat health organic food, enjoy our educational talks, yoga or some well-deserved down-time in a supportive environment, they can also enjoy nature, coastal, cultural walks surrounding our retreat as well as trips to Azure Window, Citadel and Ggantijia Temples.

For more information on Amchara Malta – click here.

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