This city is the capital of Malta, surrounded by perfectly conserved walls dating back to the 6th century. The streets of this city were carefully designed in order to channel inwards the fresh breeze coming from the harbor. It is a throbbing and vibrant city, in ferment, which represents the commercial and administrative heart of the archipelago.
There is no better way to spend a Sunday morning with us on this fantastic excursion that starts off by taking us to one of Malta’s jewels, the Blue Grotto, with its dazzling blue sea that will definitely leave a striking impression. If weather permits, we are given the opportunity to take a boat ride (boat fee not included) around the caves and grottoes where we can see the luminescent corals and glowing water at first hand. This wonderful tour comes to an end after we visit the serene bay of Marsaxlokk, the main fishing village in Malta. One cannot miss all the luzzus, which are the typical Maltese fishing boats, lined accross the bay in their traditional colours that compliment the ever popular open air market that is held daily along the promenade. We will have time to browse through the numerous stalls and hunt for the many bargains that make this excursion one of the most pleasant mornings whilst in Malta.