Winter is the best time to appreciate nature in Malta. Due to its dry climate Malta’s greenery doesn’t last half way though spring. As you probably know by
This valley is located right next to the Malta International Airport. There are many ways to reach it. You can come from Zebbug, Qormi, Siggiewi or Luqa direction.
When I say Migra I-Ferha, what comes to mind? I would bet it’s either ‘beautiful sunsets’ or ‘what?’ Where is that? I’ve been coming to Migra I-Ferha for
I love exploring. It’s like my personal challenge to find places in Malta that I’ve never been before. This time I checked out the area of Wied il-Bassasa
I’ve been having a lot of visiting friends and family lately which made me think of new areas to explore. Xlendi Tower is one of those places that
I think everyone knew and still remembers the beautiful Azure Window in Gozo, which collapsed on Women’s Day, in April 2017. The most popular tourist attraction on the
Spring is the best time to enjoy the Maltese countryside. The weather is mild, the temperature is pleasant and the nature is beautifully green and blooming. Here are 10 personal tips for a nice spring walk.
Malta has, surprisingly for many, a lot of green areas. Especially at this time of the year. The countryside is just lovely. Therefore I would like to take you on a nice trek around Fawwara, just next to Siggiewi. Let’s go!
Looking for an alternative trip for the weekend? Why not to visit Il-Maqluba in Qrendi?
Coral Lagoon is another hidden gem on the Maltese Islands visible even from the satellite! Read more to find out how you can get there and what to expect.