Are you ready for some adventure? We shall have a fun hike suitable for all ages even for children. It will take us along the coast, around the parts of two villages of Marsascala and Marsaxlokk, St. Thomas Bay and the pristine coasts of Munxar and Delimara. This route will start from Marsascala and finish in the beautiful village of fisherman -Marsaxlokk. We shall follow a route where you will experience a totally different rural Malta since we will pass along the beautiful cost of the island. You shall see one of the six towers built by Grandmaster Wginacourt in 1614 know as Fort Saint Thomas. We shall follow the coast and through a small passage you will have the opportunity to go up hill and walk along the cliffs to observe and take pictures of the spectacular scenery of the seascape, countryside and the surroundings. The route will take us to see the abandon remains of St. Paul's Battery, a 19th century costal fortifiaction, Fort tas-Silg, another 19th century British fort, an abonded 19th century lighthouse and a view of the large Marsaxlokk Bay and Delimara Bay. To wrap up this experience we shall walk to the center of Marsaxlokk to enjoy the local Market.
Discover the beauty of the Maltese Islands. I'm an enthusiast of my islands and I have spent all my years enjoying it and sharing with those who come along to visit Malta. I'm charismatic, healthy, a nature lover and full of smiles and good vibes. Many of the places are difficult to find on the map so you can tag along to discover and snap pictures of the beauty of nature, cliffs, beaches and the open Mediterranean sea with endless views. We will have the opportunity to get to know each other, talk about Malta and it's amazing traditions, culture, stories and most of all to relax!
Ftira is possibly one of the greatest Maltese inventions. It can stand alone as a meal, or it can pass off as a quick snack!
A small bottle of water will be provided.
The route will take us to see: St.Thomas Tower, St.Thomas Beach, The abandon remains of St. Paul's Battery, A 19th century costal fortifiaction, Fort tas-Silg, another 19th century British fort, An abonded 19th century lighthouse, A view of the large Marsaxlokk Bay and Delimara Bay, St. Peter's Pool and, Marsaxlokk Village
Fun Hiking & Exploring Malta with Dre