Month: June 2015

Malta

It was love at first sight. I fell in love with this island at the moment I saw from a landing plane, its small houses, cliffs and church towers emerging from the clowds. I don´t know why Malta captivated me but one thing is sure – from the very first moment I felt there like at home. Just the idea of being on a tiny island literally in the middle of Meditarranean fascinated me. I was impressed even more with the view from huge cliffs on the neverending see, wild waves being smashed by rocks, streets as if not leading anywhere, secret corners of Valletta and Mdina, colorful boats in a fishermen village Marsaxlokk. I will guide you to my favourite spots.   Valletta and Sliema Valletta, the smallest European capital. Built on a headland it offers a unique view on cities on the other side of the bay – Sliema, Vittoriosa and Sengelea. Together with other cities they form a large aglomeration. What makes Valletta different is not only the presence of numerous palaces …