The town of Mgarr on the southeast coast of Gozo hosts the ferry terminal that’s the main point of access to the island. As Wikipedia will tell you, Mgarr has pubs and restaurants and churches and buses and homes and people. The town shelters a harbour of crystal-clear blue Mediterranean water, and that offers spectacular views of the islands of Comino and Malta.
Fort Chambray overlooks Mgarr, and here viewed from the verdant clifftops. Gozo surprised me by how lush and green and alive the island was once you got away from the towns. Every step was through a garden of wildflowers beneath azure skies.