Malta – a tiny island in the Mediterranean, rich in culture, history, sun, sea and so much more. From children and families, to youths, adults and elderly – there is something for everyone’s desires all year round! Spring time is no exception, being probably the best time to visit, since it would not be too cold as in Winter, neither too hot as in summer. April-May weather is simply just perfect!
In spring nature is at its finest, making it the ideal time to explore the greener part of Malta. Hike, bike or trek through Malta’s astonishing landscapes and feast your eyes with outstanding views and seascapes. Our small island provides many tranquil and peaceful hikes from walking along the Dingli cliffs, to walking to Fomm ir-Rih Bay, where on a clear day you can spot our sister island Gozo from afar! Wied iz-Zurrieq, the Victoria Lines, crossing Malta from West to East, and Munxar Point in Marsaskala are among other trekking spots popular with both locals and tourists. One surely would be spoilt for choice with these options even during a pandemic as such places can be still experienced and enjoyed while following the restrictions in place.
Why not take a dip in the crystal clear blue seas, or start working on that summer tan at one of the many beaches that Malta has to offer? During these times beaches are less crowded than during Summer. And why not explore one of the hidden gems, such as Imgiebah Bay, in the North of Malta, and Kalanka, situated in the South. These are harder to get to and can be reached on foot, but it will surely be worth the effort. And if you are lucky enough, you might get the feeling of having your own private beach, since these beaches are usually much less crowded!

And if the above are not your piece of cake, Malta surely will not let you down, with its historical and cultural richness. From the Three Cities, Senglea, Cospicua and Vittoriosa, to the Capital City Valletta, one can almost re-live the Islands’ Historical times, appreciating the medieval beauty and views from dawn till dusk, including gardens, waterfronts, churches and museums. One cannot forget our very own hometown, the Maltese old Capital City, Mdina, also known as the Silent City. It is the perfect place for sunset views and a stress-free environment, away from all the hustle and bustle as only residents are permitted to enter with cars. Walk around the narrow pathways and you will not cease to be amazed by the richness of such a historical city and relax and live like a noble at The Xara Palace.

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