History, fun and summer sea relax – even for cheap
To be mobile thorough the whole island, it’s easier (more about crazy Maltese driving here
) to buy 7-day unlimited bus pass
which is valid for both Malta and Gozo
. Even though it costs 21 euros, it was the best option for me.
Now when you know how, let’s go on a trip together! 🙂
WHAT TO SEE
Starting with capital city Valletta, one day is probably enough to see everything essential there. For example, Upper and Lower Barraka Gardens. The first is known for its beautiful view and noon cannon firing; the second garden is more beautiful and less crowded.
|Upper Barraka Gardens
|Lower Barraka Gardens
Place that I liked the most is located in Sliema – Roman baths and the sea cost in this area that reminds me of moon land. Be careful about your ankles and enjoy that unusual atmosphere there 🙂
To have the most dramatic picture, head southwest to Dingli cliffs.
The happiest port on the island
is undeniably southern city of Marsaxlokk
– the biggest amount of colorful boats with eyes are anchoring there.
Did you rent a car anyway? Don’t miss an evening with fountain show in Smart City then.
Are you craving for adrenaline now? Jump from St. Peter’s Pool cliffs nearby Marsaxlokk. Only for the courageous!
The most beautiful beach in my opinion is in northern Mellieha. Soft sand, pleasant shallow bay with warm water… oh, take me back there… 🙂
Roughly twenty minutes walking from the beach is church with red roof and a terrace, where you can sit and relax with a pretty view.
Looking for some fun? Paceville in San Julian’s is the best place for it. This legendary party place can be very cheap – if you’re a woman. You’ll be receiving free drinks or 50 percent off coupons all the time and there’s no entrance to bars. When you’re already tired of one place or its music, you can just switch it for another (in fact, Paceville is one big party street). Men, be patient though. You’ll be lured by women with hair clips and silicone breasts (in better case). But this is about different clubs though…
Enough writing, it’s better to see it on your own eyes. This is my Malta experience in the video: