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Parks and nature in Malta

Top parks

Garden
“Visit this garden for a scenographic of the Grand Harbour and the Three Cities. Everyday at noon the cannon is fired!”
  • 45 locals recommend
Garden
“Very quite place where one can enjoy some quality time with loved ones. This is where the President’s residential palace is. It is accessible to the public. ”
  • 22 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“Located on Malta’s western coast, at 253 metres above sea-level the Dingli Cliffs are the highest part of the Island. The cliffs became a popular attraction for tourists visiting Malta, heading there for a peaceful walk with boasting views of Filfa and the Mediterranean sea. If you do decide to visit the Dingli cliffs, then one thing that you will quickly realise is that the views are completely breathtaking. You’ll be able to enjoy also stretches of countryside beneath the cliffs with terraced fields, ”
  • 24 locals recommend
Garden
“Just outside the city gate of Valletta lies the Hastings public garden. From here majestic views over Sliema, Floriana and Manoel Island unfold. The name of the garden comes from Marquis of Hastings, who was a governor of Malta. He died in 1827 and is buried in the garden.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Park
“ It is good for relaxing, have a picnic and go for a jog. There is an outdoor gym and an adventure park for children. In the same area there's an indoor pool and the national football stadium.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Zoo Exhibit
“Conservation park with many birds & other wildlife, plus guided tours, hands-on activities & a cafe.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Park
“Built by the Knights of Saint John. Very quiet place and suitable for walks.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Park
“Nice gardens providing plenty of photo opportunities. The views from here are amazing. It's a good place to visit if you have children in the group as there is a play ground at one end of the garden. There's also a nice,casual, family friendly kiosk serving reasonably priced food. It's not high cuisine but it's okay for the price and surroundings. It's a great place to see fire works from when there is a local feast. The gardens are home to a large cat colony. They all have their own little houses and are well looked after but the local cat lovers. :) Keep an eye out for the big cat statue on the roof of the public facilities. ”
  • 10 locals recommend

Playgrounds

Playground
“If you have children, they can enjoy this outdoor playground while you enjoy the Marsaskala seafront with restaurants/cafes/bars”
  • 2 locals recommend
Park
“Whilst taking a stroll on the Gzira promenade, you can stop at one of the many cafes, take aways., either for a snack, a cold drink ( try our local beer...cisk lager, or cisk excel low carb (for those watching their weight) :) You wll certainly enjoy your walk, stopping also on one of the benches, just enjoying the scenery or watching people walk, jog along there. There are also kiosks selling food, drinks, ice cream.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Playground
  • 1 local recommends
Playground
  • 1 local recommends
Park

Beaches

Beach
“Tigne point is a good place for swimming in the harbour and to see the view of the Western side of Valletta.”
  • 39 locals recommend
Beach
“One of the most popular sandy beach, surrounded restaurants, cafeterias etc.. Water sport lovers welcome!”
  • 40 locals recommend
Bay
“Tucked in between Golden Bay and Gnejna Bay is the smaller and quieter sandy beach, Ghajn Tuffieha. The long stairway down to the beach makes it not the easiest to reach, but it is certainly well-worth the climb down. There is a sunbed rental and a small snack bar. ”
  • 20 locals recommend
Bathing Area
“The best rocky beach at the south situated very close to Marsaxlokk fishing village. So if you like to eat fish we suggest you first visit one of the restaurants in Marsaxlokk than head for an afternoon dip at St. Peter's pool”
  • 33 locals recommend
Beach
“Must Take a Day Trip to Island of Comino. Beautiful Clear Water also Hotel on Island for Lunch or a stay overnight”
  • 30 locals recommend
Beach
“Nice sandy beach. There you find a restaurant and bar, public toilets, rent an umbrella and deck chair. Very crowded during the weekend. ”
  • 22 locals recommend
Beach
“A beautiful spot for swimming and snorkeling, this once-secluded inlet is increasingly popular though still rarely busy. A narrow inlet flanked by rock, there is a tiny pebbly beach at the head of the inlet providing a gentle slope into the water. Along the sides are rocks from which you can swim straight into deep water. Steps are provided though some prefer to jump. The best seafood restaurant on the island is situated there!”
  • 25 locals recommend
Beach
“Private Pool, lounge music, asian fusion cuisine. This is located in Sliema and open from mornings to evenings.”
  • 18 locals recommend

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