Today’s excursion takes us to the central part of Malta that, dominated by the ancient citadel of Mdina. On passing through the narrow streets of Mdina, the “silent city”, we will admire the imposing bastions that command a magnificent view of most of the island.
Discover the historical area known as the three cities: Cospicua, Vittoriosa and Senglea. A drive past Cospicua will bring us to Vittoriosa where we walk through the various narrow streets shaded by many historic buildings and churches.
You will have a unique opportunity to meet at close quarters and interact with trained bottlenose dolphins under the supervision of specialized professionals, while participating in sequences of aquatic behaviors.
Ir-Ramla il-Hamra. translating into Red Sand, is the largest beach on the island of Gozo characterized by natural red sand dunes running along the beach-making it the perfect destination for swimmimg, snorkelling and chilling out in the sun. In the middle of the sandy beach there is an eye-catching statue of the Holy Mary with baby Jesus in her arms, a testimony to the strong faith of the Gozitans.
Our tour on the eco-island of Gozo begins in the ancient Citadel, the winding fortress that has protected Gozo since ancient times. A walk through its quiet, idyllic streets, coupled by a panoramic view of the entire island is sure to amaze all visitors. A short walk down from the hill-top of the Citadel will take us to Gozo’s capital city of Victoria.