Articles with tag: valletta

Let's continue our flight over Malta (Malta From Above. P.1)! It is the island of Gozo from a height of 100 meters: The plane makes a right turn and flies straight into the wall. Of course, it is a commander's plane: he takes the wheel, and Otter quickly climbs up. The...
How can a geoblogger have fun in Malta and take many amazing pictures easily and inexpensively? The answer is to take pictures from above! I booked a flight with Harbour Air.  9H-AFA Harbour Air flies on the only de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter. There are two routes: on Gozo...
If you are in Malta with your kids, I recommend you to visit the toy factory called Playmobile. It's not necessary to take an excursion of the factory itself. You can spend time with your child in the FunPark, right there at the factory. There are four Playmobil factories: in Spain,...
Let's take a tour of Malta ! Here's a bunker of the Second World War period. Here's a well of the Knights times. You see such Malta full of gardens everywhere.  Here's a fishing village called Popeye. It's the main street in Valletta . It's a parking for...
The motto of the small island state of Malta - "Valor and Permanence". In fact, the history of this amazing country is rich and still has mysteries and puzzles not fully solved. During our trip to Malta, we visited a huge number of historical sites. It is especially easy to do because this country...
Malta is not considered to be a country with a lot of natural attractions. There are no forests, no lakes or rivers. There are also few mountains and even beaches. Tourists are often offered the clean sea, rich marine life and numerous historical sights of different epochs. Yet there are at...
Let me tell you about Valetta, the capital of Malta, which I have visited in 2012. This city has a rich history, plenty of forts, rugged coastline and it is worthy of a visit.   The surprising fact is the present Maltese are the direct descendants of the Phoenicians in many ways. This...
There were very few places to visit in  Malta , so there wasn't a lot to do except walk around and contemplate life. I liked the Maltese houses and their doors, which for some reason were painted in harsh and contrasting colors. Below are few examples of such doors.   Author:...
The word "limestone" is a perfect description of  the Malta island b ecause the whole archipelago consists of it. There were no pathways or waterfront zones around the island, only lifeless cliffs of volcanic rock. Beaches could be found in small lagoons. I was here in the winter, so...