Set foot in Malta and start by enjoying a Half Day Tour at Malta’s capital city ‘Valletta’ – ‘a city built by gentlemen for gentlemen’. Here you will visit St.John’s Co-cathedral and see the ‘Beheading of St’John the Baptist’, painted by Caravaggio. You will also visit the Magisterial Palace and the Upper Barracca Gardens, where you can enjoy an amazing panoramic view of the Grand Harbour.
Revel in a breathtaking walk starting from the majestic Dingli Cliffs, passing through the countryside of Fawwara, and ending at the tiny harbour of Wied iz-Zurrieq. Sea views are sure to be a major attraction during your walk. Soak up the surrounding countryside while marveling at the open Mediterranean Sea.
The route starts from the north coast town of Marsalforn and winds towards the south eaastern town of Mgarr. Admire the landscape spanning from the Citadel in Victoria to the bay at Marsalforn. Check the legendary Calypso Cave. Take a breath at Ramla Bay and immerse yourself in Gozo’s wild coast.
Time at leisure with optional addition of Cultural Tours such as a visit to Malta’s old Capital City of Mdina or the Limestone Heritage, a quarry converted into a tourist attraction.
Comino, Malta’s smaller sister island, is also a walking paradise! This circular walking route around the island starts and ends at the Blue Lagoon and whilst walking, you can peer over the untamed cliffs and smell wild herbs. Since this is a highly protected area of a bit less than 3km², it is also a haven for birds and tranquility. A great walk indeed!
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The archipelago of Malta is composed of two main islands, Malta and Gozo, each of which offers a range of exciting walks. There are few places in the world where walks of moderate distance can bring you past so many fascinating features of environmental, cultural and landscape interest.
During tours, you will learn firsthand how Maltese farmers in the past and present have successfully adapted their methods to these specific challenges to produce a high-quality product.
Winter diving in Malta provides the benefit that many fish species migrate inshore into shallower, slightly warmer waters that are not threatened by swimmers at that time of year. This gives divers a much greater opportunity to study and photograph marine life.
Dive into the Blue Mediterranean Sea and swim with the fish. You must depart from the port to swim and snorkel in the Blue Lagoon and Crystal Lagoon after helping the crew with the sails, while also exploring Comino’s caves.
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