Malta is still a country that is relatively untouched with tourists and has some of the most amazing beaches, bays and lagoons with its crystal clear blue water as well as culture and history in the capital city of Valletta as well as the Old Capital of Mdina.
I spent 4 full days and 5 nights in Malta and although this is never enough time for a country, I felt like I saw everything I wanted to and got to enjoy the time there.
The first night I stayed in St Julian’s and on Saturday morning, I walked around the St Julian’s and Silema area and then caught a ferry from Silema to Valletta. The views from the ferry looking out to Valletta are beautiful.
Katie and Jono picked me up at midday and we headed to St Paul’s area to our penthouse airbnb. We had lunch at Ocean Basket and shared the prawns and mezze platter with Katie and had some rose. Afterwards, we bought some ciders then went down to the bay to chill and go for a swim.
On Sunday, we drove down to Marsaxlokk for the Sunday fish markets.
We spent the next day at Gozo which is another island in Malta.
We drove to Marfa Ferry Terminal and caught the 9am ferry to Comino Island to go to the Blue Lagoon.