Ta' Sannat is set alongside the southern coast of Gozo. This tiny village is Sannat is renowned for its high cliffs, picturesque landscape and primeval relics.
It-Tempju tal-Imramma, is a prominent landmark from the Mgarr Phase (3800-3600BC). Ta' Cenc, an area within the limits of this locality, is rich with flora and fauna, and is known for its Dolmen - standing stones with a horizontal one balanced on top - as well as a set of Cart-Ruts - two parallel paths dug into the rock. The exact use of the Dolmen and the Cart-Ruts remain a unknown to this day. Ta' Cenc has the highest cliffs in Gozo, with a steep drop into the Mediterranean sea.
Sannat had a chapel which records date back to 1575, however it became a parish only in 1688. The church as it stands now was built in 1718 and was consecrated in 1755. The same church was extended in 1860 and the dome was added by 1910. The church is dedicated to Saint Margeret, and its feast is celebrated on the 25 July.
The tiny village is home to the Lace House, where Queen Elizabeth II herself came to witness the making of this traditional art for which Sannat is well-known. Palazzo Palina, a recently restored palace and the Wignacourt Defence Tower overlooking the unique landscape of the beautiful Mgarr ix-Xini bay are two other attractions of this locality.