A vibrant,

Ta’ Sannat is a small village on the island of Gozo, Malta, with a population of 2,117 people. Ta’ Sannat is in the south of Gozo, popular for its very high cliffs, ancient cart ruts, temples and dolmens, and rich fauna and flora. In 1951 The Duchess of Edinburgh (who became Queen Elizabeth II) of the United Kingdom visited a house called “The Lace house” located in a small square in Ta’ Sannat called “Pjazza Tax-Xelina”.

For Business

At Sannat Local Council, we understand the unique needs of businesses, and we’re here to support you with a list of services offered for your business.

For Visitors

Discover the must-see places, delve into the local culture, and find out the best ways to reach our charming village. Unearth the essence of our locale with our comprehensive guide.

For Residents

Stay in the know about upcoming events that will light up your calendar, receive important notices that directly impact your daily life, and be the first to know about any changes in your neighborhood.

Welcome to
Ta’ Sannat

On behalf of the Sannat Local Council, I would like to welcome you to the official website of Sannat the village of Labourers. – Mayor Philip Vella

Our Initiative

This initiative of the Local Council embarked upon to modernize its official website.

Our Mission

My fellow councillors and I are equally dedicated to utilizing the latest technology to create helpful resources that benefit the residents and visitors while keeping you more informed about our locality. The internet is a rapid worldwide information service to achieve these aims.

Choose Ta’ Sannat

Nestled on the southeastern coast of the picturesque Gozo island, Ta’ Sannat proudly holds the title of being the oldest village to attain independence as a parish. With its roots deeply entwined in history, this charming locality invites you to explore its timeless beauty. The enchanting Imgarr Ix-Xini bay stands as a gateway to this historic region, offering a glimpse into a world where the past seamlessly meets the tranquil waters of the Mediterranean. Join us on a journey through the heart of Ta’ Sannat, where every corner tells a story, and the sea whispers tales of old.

Learn about what’s going on from news articles

Explore our news articles and stay connected with the heartbeat of Sannat. Your source for timely, relevant, and insightful information is just a click away. Join us in exploring the stories that shape our beautiful locality.

  • Restoration of Rubble Walls
    Rubble Walls are a predominant and integral feature of the Maltese rural landscape. These traditional agricultural structures reflect the history, knowledge, and skill of our ancestral agrarian societies.