Fort Chambray, Gozo

A tastefully restored historical development on Malta’s sister island of Gozo, Fort Chambray is built on the site of an old city within fortress walls and combines Maltese heritage with modern design. Fort Chambray overlooks the South Comino channel with stunning views of the sea and Malta skyline.

The recent development of the Fort comprises various residential blocks, all crafted from local stone by Maltese tradesmen and in the style of a traditional village environment. The layouts, exteriors and interior design of each apartment, villa and maisonette are distinctly modern with a Mediterranean touch. Units available include villas, maisonettes and apartments. Luxury accommodation in Fort Chambray comes with additions such as privately-owned roofs and generous terrace spaces.

Shopping and Leisure

Central to Fort Chambray is the Knight’s Barracks; a focal point for the development which will eventually be utilised as a commercial centre. The last stage of completion of the Fort Chambray complex is commercial outlets that include retail, food & beverage and entertainment. This phase will also include a total of 200 residential apartments as well as a 100-room boutique spa hotel. Like many luxury developments on the island, Fort Chambray is traffic-free with all car parks underground.

History and Culture

Fort Chambray is located in a serene island of Gozo. The island is known to provide a tranquil and scenic environment. The charm of Malta’s sister Island is immediately apparent; it’s greener, more rural and smaller, with life’s rhythms dictated by the seasons, fishing and agriculture.

Steeped in myth, Gozo is thought to be the legendary Calypso’s isle of Homer’s Odyssey – a peaceful and mystical backwater. Baroque churches and old stone farmhouses mark the countryside. Gozo’s landscape and spectacular coastline await exploration with some of the Mediterranean’s best sites for diving.

The island benefits from historical sites, forts and amazing panoramas, as well as one of the archipelago’s best-preserved prehistoric temples – Ġgantija. Gozo also possesses a nightlife and cultural calendar all of its own, with some great dine out option available all year round.