Peter Llewellyn made Gozo his home after twenty five years working in East Africa and the Middle East. His 400 year old farmhouse is one of the oldest properties in the village of Sannat, and lies adjacent to the spectacular Ta Cenc plateau and cliffs. Available as a home stay B&B, the farmhouse generates all its power needs from solar energy.

Peter is passionate about Gozo and admits to being an ‘activist’ when it concerns the protection of its fragile terrestrial and marine environments and the conservation of its remaining unique habitats. He works with local partners who share this commitment.

As well as writing about sustainable living and an independent adviser on renewable energy and water conservation, Peter is also a volunteer with the National Trust of Malta at Comino Tower. He knows Gozo intimately and has an extensive network of tried & tested local partners who will provide the services outlined in this website. 

He believes that working with and not against natural processes is the key to the development of sustainable low impact tourism, preferably away from mid-summer, when the island offers the most for visitors interested in their well being and when the impact on the employment of young Gozitans is most beneficial.

Peter Llewellyn