SEA TRANSPORT MADE EASY WITH THE GOZO FERRY

SEA TRANSPORT MADE EASY WITH THE GOZO FERRY

The Gozo Channel Ferry is the main link from Malta to its sister island, Gozo. As there is no airport on Gozo the ferry offers an important link between the two islands. With a daily average of 27 round trips, this sea transport service is a safe and reliable way for passengers and vehicles to travel between Malta and Gozo throughout the year. Created in 1979, the Gozo Channel Company has since developed and maintained an efficient and economic service for local and foreign customers. The first operating ferry service between the two islands was recorded in 1241, with a regular service commencing in 1885.


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Malta Classic Car Collection Museum in Malta

CLASSIC CAR MUSEUM

The Classic Car Museum, located in Qawra on the northern coast of the island, is the only museum of its kind in Malta. In the museum visitors can discover a vast collection of classic and restored cars and motorcycles, as well as jukeboxes and other memorabilia from the the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. The privately owned museum is spread over 3,000 square meters and is the brainchild of Mr Carol Galea, a true classic car enthusiast and avid collector for many year.

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A good means of transport, Travel easily between Sliema and Valletta by ferry

 

SLIEMA TO VALLETTA IN 5 MINUTES BY SEA

The ferry service that links Sliema and Valletta is a quick and convenient way to travel between these two busy Maltese cities. The fast scenic route through Marsamxett Harbour takes only 5-10 minutes depending on the weather, offering spectacular views of both Valletta and Sliema from the sea. By taking the ferry you will avoid long waits in traffic jams as well as parking problems.

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RELAXING AND WINDSURFING AT ST. THOMAS BAY

RELAXING AND WINDSURFING AT ST. THOMAS BAY

 

St Thomas Bay is a large bay partly covered with white sand near the village of Marsaskala, in the south of Malta. Called ‘Ir-Ramia’ by locals, this natural inlet is a lovely seaside haven popular with Maltese families, yet it remains fairly undiscovered by tourists. White limestone cliffs and rows of beach houses used by locals during the summer season surround this quiet bay that retains a charming Maltese atmosphere.

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SCENIC WALKS ON THE EDGE OF MALTA AT DINGLI CLIFFS

SCENIC WALKS ON THE EDGE OF MALTA AT DINGLI CLIFFS

 

Situated on the southwest coast of Malta, Dingli Cliffs are the highest land mass on the Maltese Islands, some 250 meters above sea level. The cliffs stretch form Bahrija to the area above Blue Grotto, overlooking open sea and the tiny uninhabited island of Filfla. The geological layers of Malta’s sedimentary rock are clearly visible in the exposed edges of the cliffs. The impressive height of the cliffs served as a natural defence from pirate attacks and other invasions on the islands southern coastline.

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MEDITERRANEO MARINE PARK

MEDITERRANEO MARINE PARK 

 

 

Mediterraneo Marine Park, in Baħar Ic-Cagħaq, is a theme park set against the backdrop of Malta’s Mediterranean Sea. Children and adults can spend an unforgettable day at the park which features the unique experience of swimming with dolphins, as well as giving visitors the opportunity to feed exotic birds and learn about marine life through interaction.

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SPLASH AND FUN WATER PARK

SPLASH AND FUN WATER PARK

 

Situated in Bahar Ic-Caghaq, on the northern coast of Malta, Splash & Fun Water Park is a large water amusement park suitable for all age. The park is an enjoyable day in the sun for the whole family, or any adult with a sense of adventure. 

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SWIMMING AND SUNBATHING ON SLIEMA BEACH

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In the summer, Sliema Beach comes to life as people descend on the rocky shore to enjoy the Mediterranean sun and sea. Apart from being a pleasant place for long strolls on the wide promenade along Tower Road, the Sliema shore is also a beach with flat rocks that make it a favourite spot amongst locals and tourist during Malta’s warm months. Sliema seafront stretches along over 3 km, from the busy Sliema Strand waterfront to Balluta Bay, St Julians, where access to the deep blue sea is easy with many suitable areas for swimming and sunbathing.

Several beach clubs and lidos are located in Qui-Si-Sana and Sliema Pitch, near Il-Fortizza, for those looking to relax on a comfortable sun bed by an open-air swimming pool. Snorkelling, diving and bbq-ing are all popular activities that can be enjoyed in the Sliema seashore. Metal handrails provide safe access to the sea, while a lifeguard posted at the largest flat sandstone beach location can assist any bathers who encounter difficulties while swimming.