A pretty exciting weekend

As promised in my previous blog I dedicate our trip to the “Dingli Cliffs” and the “Blue Grotto” an own blog entry. So, after we finished our sightseeing tour through the two historical cities Mdina and Rabat we made the decision to visit the famous “Dingli Cliffs”. As soon as we arrived in Dingli we knew that we made a good decision. Not only we had a great view from the top of the cliffs, but also we have been very lucky with the weather. This cloudless sky enabled us a stunning view beyond the horizon. Once we had taken a bunch of staggering pictures, we walked along the cliffs back to the bus station.

Since our next destination the “Blue Grotto” is located on the opposite side of the island this trip took us quite a while. Whereby driving alongside the coastline made it a much better experience and was another opportunity to take great photos. Finally arriving at the “Blue Grotto” it was once again time for some astonishing pictures. After that we made our way up to a raised vantage point, where the crystal-clear blue water emerged even better.

All in all, you can say that this Saturday was an exhausting but even more exciting day. Therefore, we decided to make Sunday a bit more relaxing. Well, that only was a plan and didn’t quite work out, because after our arrival at the “Golden Bay” I immediately knew why this beach is one of the most famous here in Malta. Damn, it was really crowded! So, it was once more time for a walk in order to search a quieter place. Eventually we found a place which allowed us to enjoy the end of an overall very exciting weekend.

Thanks for reading,




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    Graham Crewe (Tuesday, 06 August 2019 22:24)

    Thanks for all the photos, Josef. Looks beautiful, but I know what you mean about some of the crowded beaches.


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