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“Scenic area with nearby restaurants Small boats dot this scenic, vibrant bay offering a variety of restaurants with outdoor tables.”
28lokala rekommendationer
“Prominently located in a lovingly restored, early 18th century villa at the tip of Balluta Bay, Barracuda, (est 1978) has been and very much still is, one of Malta’s longest established fine dining restaurants. Finely polished glass and silverware twinkle in the soft muted lighting as you weave through the classic décor towards your table: either inside or on one of the terraces literally meters above the water. It’s a picture perfect restaurant for a romantic occasion, to entertain special guests or for holiday makers wanting something more exclusive. Call to book a table because you might find it fully booked!”
26lokala rekommendationer
“One of our favourite sandy beach locaited 10 min on foot from Golden Bay. Lond stairs takes you to the beach during the summer at night is perfect for bbq. Really good place if you like tracking.”
16lokala rekommendationer
Natural Feature
“The less visited Southeast part of Malta is home to some of the islands’ most extraordinary sites, which should definitely make it onto the ‘must-see’ list of any foreign visitor. One of these locations is none other than the magnificent Blue Grotto. Blue Grotto is a complex of seven caves found along the southern coast of the island, right across from the little islet of Filfla, and less than a kilometre west of Wied iż-Żurrieq. The place actually got its name in the 1950s, when a British soldier visiting the area and compared it to Capri’s famous Grotta Azzura, which basically means ‘Blue Grotto’, because of its amazing clear, bright blue waters (particularly at a specific time of day – more on that later on).”
15lokala rekommendationer
Night Club
“Great Night club drinks cheap. DJs from MAlta -House Dance music Fantastic venues open air venue.”
15lokala rekommendationer
“Valletta (or Il-Belt) is the tiny capital of the Mediterranean island nation of Malta. The walled city was established in the 1500s on a peninsula by the Knights of St. John, a Roman Catholic order. It’s known for museums, palaces and grand churches. Baroque landmarks include St. John’s Co-Cathedral, whose opulent interior is home to the Caravaggio masterpiece "The Beheading of Saint John."”
152lokala rekommendationer
“Situated in the 'silent city' of Mdina, Fontanella® offers breathtaking unique views from the bastions overlooking the beautiful island of Malta.”
18lokala rekommendationer
Natural Feature
“Mellieha Bay is a sandy beach in Mellieha with crystal clear blue waters. Armier Bay sandy beachis the most popular beach in Malta and perfect for children!”
23lokala rekommendationer
“THE CITADEL The newly restored Citadel is found in the heart of Gozo’s capital city. The fortified town that towers over Victoria, combines a medieval layout with the buildings of the Knights of St John on a site inhabited since the Bronze Age. It’s Gozo’s very own Mdina. ”
19lokala rekommendationer
“Mdina is gorgeous to walk around by night, a true silent city, one can stop for dinner or a glass of wine in one of the wine bars or restaurants in the city”
14lokala rekommendationer
“Sheltered, pebble beach in a secluded, rocky setting, popular with scuba divers & swimmers.”
22lokala rekommendationer
“Beautiful scenery, great food, always friendly. We love to spend our dinner dates here”
16lokala rekommendationer
“Their Ricotta Kannoli are the best on the island, and this is just a stone's throw away! You can't miss them! They also make may other yummy desserts and a lovely ice-cream at their gelateria”
24lokala rekommendationer
Point of Interest
“Do you want to go by ferry (little boat) to Valletta? No prob! Its about 10min (faster than bus!)”
18lokala rekommendationer
Monument / sevärdhet
“Reddish-sand beach overlooked by Calypso Cave, with a restaurant & remains of a Roman villa.”
20lokala rekommendationer
“Beautiful place to be a nice walk around the cost from Spinola, St Julians to Balluta to Sliema.”
21lokala rekommendationer