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!
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!
Forget Stonehenge, this is the real deal! 🙂 One of Malta’s UNESCO Heritage Sites, Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Temples will leave you in astonishment.
Can you believe that Malta was once home to deer, foxes, hippos or dwarf elephants? No? Visit Ghar Dalam Museum to see for yourself. It’s true! 🙂
Nothing to do in Malta? Wrong! Why don’t you get out of your comfort zone and try abseiling? Great outdoor activity for all adrenaline seekers out there!
Discover the beautiful Neo-Gothic architecture treasures, in largely Baroque Malta, at the stunning Addolorata cemetery in Malta.
The Xarolla Windmill in Zurriq is the only windmill on the Maltese Islands that is still functioning! Find out more about this unique historical site by reading this blog.
Looking for an alternative trip for the weekend? Why not to visit Il-Maqluba in Qrendi?
Visit this early 20th-century religious landmark within the outskirts of Siggiewi that offers gorgeous views of the surrounding areas.
Missing the Azure Window? Here is a super cute window just between Hagar Qim and Mnajdra temples waiting to be discovered!