Thursday, 29 October 2015

Mayjo Car Rentals is 51 years old.

Mayjo car rentals was founded in 1964.

Behind the success of the company is certainly a solid relationship with its customers.  Mayjo values its customers and top notch service was always given a priority

Below is a look at some of the company's old adverts.

Friday, 16 November 2012

Our Commitment to the environment

Mayjo car rentals is committed to take care of the Environment and contribute to the local community

Mayjo will do its utmost to provide fuel efficient and low emission vehicles for hire.

What are we doing?
  • Supporting local charities through donations
  • Reduce waste on water consumption
  • Using energy saving light bulbs
  • Avoid printing of paper where necessary and recycle paper by using it on both sides.
  • Minimise the use of electricity where possible
  • Making use of online payments as much as possible
  • Offering incentives in hiring fuel efficient and low emission vehicles.

Check out Mayjo's green package on car hire, airport transfers and Gozo tour:

Monday, 12 November 2012

The guide to the Maltese islands

On the 13th June 2012, was launched and from then on, it has enjoyed tremendous success. is a comprehensive guide covering various topics that other travel related websites on the islands do not.  During its first few months, thousands of visitors have found the website useful in planning their holiday to the Maltese islands.

Browsing through its hundreds of pages and thousands of photos will be your first step in discovering what Gozo, Comino and Malta has to offer.  The website is regularly updated with up-to-date content and gives prominence to areas with unique culture and history rather than the usual tourist traps.


Friday, 16 March 2012

The nice weather is back on the island!

Finally the sun is shining back on the island of Gozo and this is the perfect weather to go out.  Last weekend (9th  - 11th March) the island experienced some of the worse weather I ever saw.  The ferry crossing between the island even stopped working on Friday evening and I don't remember the last time bad weather caused to ferry to cancel their operations.  

All is history now and as a Maltese proverb says, "wara l-maltemp jigi l-bnazzi" which means after the bad weather comes fine weather.  Indeed, this is the type of weather we want and hope it will last because the busy season on the island is approaching.  One is expecting a good number of visitors on the first weeks of April due to the Easter holidays.  Let's hope this is so and in the meantime check out the following picture which shows the greenery of the island of Gozo after all the rain we experienced!

Saturday, 18 February 2012

The Beautiful island of Gozo

Picture above shows the inland sea in Gozo, one of the top attractions on the island.  Gozo is the island many visitors admire for its unspoiled countryside and quaint villages.  Many visitors seem to return on the island once they visit the first time which shows that the island despite being small in size have lots of things to offer and various places of interest.  Gozo is completely different compared to the main island Malta and is definitely a destination on its own right.

For more pictures on Gozo go to Facebook page on Gozo and Malta

Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Carnival In Gozo

Carnival is certainly the most awaited event on the island of Gozo. Infact amongst all cities and villages on the maltese islands, the one celebrated in Nadur in Gozo is by far the most popular.

This year carnival will happen in the weekend 4th - 6th March and as usual will attract people from all over the islands and dress up in all sorts of weird and funny costume and just go out in the streets to join the fun.

Indeed carnival in Gozo is known to be one of the most spontenous in Europe and will certainly leave its visitors entertained.   

In 2005, the Nadur Carnival hosted the largest-ever gathering of international Carnival organizers for the FECC's (Federaton European Carnival cities) global summit.

Friday, 17 December 2010

Bethlehem in Ghajnsielem

Happening to be on the island of Gozo during the holiday season?  Don't miss out  the life-size crib which is situated in the village of Ghajnsielem, just 5 minutes walk from the harbour of Mgarr.  'Bethlehem f'Ghajnsielem' comes to life in this festive season when more than 100 actors plus various animals create a unique atmosphere and takes visitors back in time when Jesus was born.

The nativity village will only be animated on the following days:

SATURDAYS4th, 11th, 18th, Decemberfrom 4.30pm – 9.00pm.
SUNDAYS & PUBLIC HOLIDAYS5th, 8th, 12th, 13th, 19th, 26th December & 2nd Januaryfrom 2.00pm – 7.00pm
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR'S DAY25th December & 1st Januaryfrom 3.30pm – 8.00pm
SATURDAYS 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th December & 1st January from 4.30pm to 9.00pm and
SUNDAYS & PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 5th, 8th, 12th, 13th, 19th, 26th December & 2nd January from 2.00pm – 7.00pm

.Entrance is FREE