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
Are you coming to Malta and thinking of what to do? Is there anything you haven’t done on your previous visits? Or are you living in Malta and
Let’s step back in time by visiting the Ta’ Hagrat in Mgarr, yet another UNESCO Heritage Site of the Maltese Islands.
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.
The Lascaris War Rooms in Valletta are something exeptional, unique and an absolute must-see attraction to get a better understanding of Malta’s history and its vital role during the WWII.
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!
Here are 5 + 1 suggestions of what to do in Malta (not only) on a rainy day! Do you like museums? Maybe would prefer to visit a private palazzo or the only still functioning windmill in Malta? This is for you!
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!
Forget Stonehenge, this is the real deal! 🙂 One of Malta’s UNESCO Heritage Sites, Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Temples will leave you in astonishment.