Malta is famous for its stunning beaches, rich history, and cultural heritage. It is a popular tourist destination, but it is also home to many hidden gems that are often overlooked. From secluded beaches to charming villages, Malta offers more […]
Top things to do in Gozo? You bet! When visiting the Maltese islands, dedicate at least a day to discovering the captivating gem called Gozo. You can find stunning beaches, ancient sites, and nature attractions. Dive into crystal-clear waters, explore […]
Trying to avoid the crowds in Malta’s touristy places? Getting out in the fresh air with a hike through eastern Malta’s majestic landscapes is a beautiful way to do that. This walk is one of the best hikes in Malta. […]
Malta is a small island nation but features three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This is because Malta’s strategic location and rich culture have attracted tourists for centuries. Let’s take a closer look at these three unique sites and why they […]
The hike from Buskett to Dingli Cliffs offers a unique experience of the beauty and tranquillity of the Maltese countryside. This five-kilometre circular hike is ideal for those looking for an easy hike with spectacular views. The hike starts at […]
Gozo offers some of the most stunning coastal hikes in the Mediterranean. One of the most beautiful is a walk from the Xwejni Bay to Wied il-Ghasri. A return walk is less than 5 km, so it’s suitable for anyone. […]
Valletta is a small city with a big personality. This UNESCO-listed capital is full of history and character, making it one of the unique places to visit. The setting of Valletta is nothing short of breathtaking, with the Mediterranean Sea […]
The Blue Lagoon and Comino offer crystal clear waters and breathtaking panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea. The lagoon is sheltered and shallow, with white sand at the bottom. It makes it a perfect natural swimming pool.
Looking for the best month to go to Malta? You’re in the right place. Malta shines with 300 sunny days a year. Imagine soaking up the sun even in winter, with five to six hours of sunlight daily. Summer turns up the heat, offering twelve hours of sunshine for beach lovers.
Why should you visit Malta? I’ve lived here since 2011, and I can tell you, this island is more than just a spot on the map. It’s a goldmine of experiences, wrapped in Mediterranean warmth. If you’re looking for a place that combines history, natural beauty…