Extract taken from February's 2023 Il-Bizzilla Magazine | Read more here
Gardjola Gardens is at the end of the promontory of Senglea in the Three Cities. The ‘gardjola’ itself is from the period of the knights and is adorned with the sculpture of an eye, ear and a crane bird in the stone. With views of Valletta and Vittoriosa, this has to be one of the most special gardens in Malta. Arrive by ferry from Valletta for extra points!
Get the awwww factor with this all 5-star review Airbnb Experience. Head to Ix-Xewkija and make time for an afternoon with Gozo Alpaca Walks, a memorable and surely instagrammable event whichVneither of you will forget!
Dingli Cliffs really are spectacular; a few benches give those who make the effort to go there, privacy to enjoy the peace and spectacular views of the sea. Stop by the St Mary Magdalene Chapeland on the way back, stay have dinner at one of the quaint village’s restaurants.
Għajn Tuffieħa, known as Riviera by locals, has the best vantage point for sunset. Walk to the tower for seclusion or down the steps to the sandy beach which is said to be the most beautiful in Malta. The whole area is quite spectacular with a nature reserve behind the hotels in the next bay.
Instead of buying flowers for that next special occasion; why not try out painting using their pigments? Connect2Gozo offers classes at their secluded outdoor studio or you can even choose to raku fire a plate and eat your dessert from it!
Top of the World
Top of the World is a dog walkers’ paradise; up in the wilds of Għargħur, it is as close to nature as it is to the bustling nightlife of St Julian’s. It has been known as a romantic spot for decades. See the beginning of the Victoria Lines and perhaps plan to walk them another day.