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.
Thinking of visiting Gozo but wondering if there is something to do? At the end of the day the island is only 14km long and 7km wide, but
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!
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!
The Great Wall of Malta stretches over 12 km between Madliena/Bahar ic-Caghaq and Kuncizzjoni/Fomm ir-Rih and I walked the entire length (and bit more) last weekend! Check it out!
Fancy a nice hike surrounded by greenery and what looks like one of those famous rice fields? Sure! But don’t be mistaken, this is not Indonesia, this is our beautiful Malta!
Gozo, if you’ve never been, it’s time to go and if you have, let’s go again! Here is a spectacular walk around Fort Chambray that’s not to be missed. 🙂
Exploring Malta alone or as part of a group? That’s the question. I usually go by myself as I don’t have to make plans with anyone, I can
Missing the Azure Window? Here is a super cute window just between Hagar Qim and Mnajdra temples waiting to be discovered!