I love that even after nearly 13 years living in Malta I still manage to discover new places. Just very recently I came across a beautiful and indeed
Welcome to Spinola Palace (private) back garden! Another beautiful green oasis in the heart of St Julian’s! The garden was closed off to the public for many years,
Welcome to one of the largest green areas in Malta. Ta’ Qali National Park is definitely a place to be during winter and spring months.
Lately I’ve invested a lot of time in exploring Malta’s parks and gardens. I’ve visited a great number of them and I’m going to give you the TOP10!
Salina National Park also known as Kennedy Grove or Melita Gardens is definitely a place to be this winter! Why? Well there is a good number of reasons. I’ve
Malta might not have as many green areas as one would wish for, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t any! Buskett Gardens is actually Malta’s only woodland.
Villa Bologna and its gardens are located in close proximity of San Anton Gardens in Attard. This beautiful private villa (still lived in) and gorgeous gardens are open
Valletta has a great number of gardens that you might not be aware of. Let’s forget the Upper & Lower Barrakka Gardens for now and explore the overlooked
Gozo is a popular weekend escape for many people living in Malta. I personally love going to Malta’s sister island, even though it’s not as often as I
Spring is in full swing in Malta, so let’s enjoy it until it lasts by visiting some of Malta’s greenest areas. Buskett Gardens are absolutely gorgeous at this time of the year. Let me show you!