Nadur is one of the largest localities of Gozo, and it is located on the eastern side of the island. This position Nadur as a word means to dominate from a high location and in fact the village Nadur overlooks magnificent valleys and offers breath taking views of both Malta and Comino.
Considering the high position of Nadur, this locality was used to keep an eye on possible sea attacks. Proof of this is Ta' Sopu Tower and Kenuna Tower. The latter was used as a transmitting link between Malta and Gozo.
The bays of San Blas, Dahlet Qorrot and Ramla are all located in Nadur. One of the highlights of Nadur is Ramla l-Hamra (The Red Sand) which is known for its vibrant orange sand and clear blue water. San Blas is a smaller, more quiet version, partially due to the fact that it is harder to reach. Dahlet Qorrot is a small bay characterized by its multi-coloured boathouses which have been converted from natural caves and ledges in the cliffs.
Nadur was one of the first rural community of the capital city to be given the status of village and become independent in 1688. The feast of this village is celebrated on 29th June, a public holiday known as L-Mnarja.
The Nadur Carnival is the most well-known Gozitan event. Thousands of locals and tourists make their way to this village to celebrate this unique and extraordinary event. People of all ages will be seen wearing all sorts of costumes and one can expect to see food stalls and little bars, music stages and lots of spontaneous street madness!
|Male / Female||49.62% / 50.38%|
|Population density||626 per km2|
|Average price||€ 327,968|
|Average price per m2||€ 1,460|
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|Currently for sale||86|