Valletta from the Fortina SPA Resort live camSplendid panoramic view of Valletta from Tigné Point's seaside promenade

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Avril Bailey

    Just been watching a firework display. Great to see.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Louis Pace

    Michael's Restaurant St. Georgrs Square, Yes should be OK in couple of weeks they done a full inside refurbishment include the outside face of the beautiful building.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Audrey Mason

    Hi Tony and Bob, just had a reply from Michael's restaurant saying they're re-opening in October and the webcam should be fixed soon.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Tony Tidswell

    Bob, I saw no sign whatever of any work going on, no trucks/vans, nothing. Maybe they have found some 'tidy' workers who don't leave any signs they are there. :-)

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Audrey Mason

    My theory is that the 'powers that be' simply don't want us to be able to view the square and see all the 'goings on'

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Bob C

    Tony, if they are working inside the building and require the electric turned off would that not prevent the camera from working.

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    • 1 month ago
    • Audrey Mason

    Hi Tony, at least the newly painted seats are back, that's something. I'll look forward to relaxing there and watching the world go by.
    Shame about the cam though, it doesn't sound good for such a well positioned one, I'll live in hope

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    • 1 month ago
    • Tony Tidswell

    Visited St Georges Square last week and there is no apparent work being carried out on the St Micheal's that would prevent the camera working. And most importantly, the seat are back, all nicely repainted.

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    • 2 months ago
    • Ronald Bonello

    The Mgarr Gozo camera disappeared too! It was a nice cam to see the ships coming and going! Will we see it again??

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    • 2 months ago
    • Audrey Mason

    You're very welcome Matt. Fingers crossed now.......

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    • 2 months ago
    • Matt Ireland

    Thanks for the update Audrey!

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    • 2 months ago
    • Audrey Mason

    Hi everybody, I've just received a reply from Skyline about the St. George's Sq. webcam and apparently they're working to fix it ASAP, also I had asked about the undewater camera and it will be back online as well. Here's hoping because we all enjoy these.

    We usually stay at the Fortina Spa too but this year we're having a change - still on the Strand though Tony.

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    • 2 months ago
    • Tony Tidswell

    I just love the colour of he Maltese buildings at this time of the day, can't wait for my next stay at the Fortina Spa and enjoy it for real.

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    • 2 months ago
    • Matt Ireland

    I Hope they bring it back soon....It's my favourite!

Valletta from the Fortina SPA Resort

Valletta (Il-Belt Valletta), the wonderful capital of Malta, is a baroque jewel of incomparable value declared a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO due to its extraordinary cultural heritage conservation.

Its origins are inextricably linked to the Knights Hospitaller (later Knights of Malta) who have built the city on a rocky area known as Sceberras Peninsula; Valletta (from latin: "Humilissima Civitas Valettae, Umilissima Città di Valletta") was named after the Grandmaster of the Order of Saint John, Jean Parisot de la Valette who laid the first stone; superbly located in the heart of the Mediterranean it is the key to its rich history and development, this stunning fortress-city grew rapidly and became the center of the maritime commerce enriched by its two famous harbours Grand Harbour (Il-Port il-Kbir) and Marsamxett Harbour (Il-Port ta' Marsamxett) both partially damaged, as a large part of the city, during the Second World War; the British Royal Navy settled here until 1979 and contributed to make them two of the most fortified and safest harbours in Europe, most cruise liners dock here. Valletta plays today an interesting role as a bustling and active admnistrative, commercial, tourist and cultural center, it's not by chance that it has been chosen as European Capital for Culture for 2018.

Valletta offers an invaluable historic heritage and breathtaking panoramic views among the richest in the world; the must-see attractions include the St. John's Co-Cathedral (Kon-Katidral ta' San Ġwann), the majestic Grandmaster's Palace with its impressive tapestries, today House of Parliament of the government of Malta (both dating back to the 16th century), old bastions and fortifications such as the Fort St. Elmo (Il-Forti Sant Iermu), the Auberge de Castille (Il-Berġa ta' Kastilja), the National Museum of Fine Arts or the Sacred Infirmary, the Knight's hospital. Valletta retains a timeless atmosphere, it is a pleasant mix of ancient and modern where picturesque cafès, old monuments, noble palaces and unnumbered churches, fashion clubs and unrivalled gardens are scattered everywhere. Noteworthy are the Barakka Gardens (Il-Barrakka ta' Fuq), originally the private gardens of the Knights of St. John, directly overlooking on Grand Harbour, Marsamxett Harbour and Cottonera Lines, an imposing line of fortifications surrounding the Three Cities of Vittoriosa (Birgu), Cospicua (Bormla) and Senglea (L-Isla); the tourist offer of Valletta also includes a number of sports and recreational activities as well as concerts, events and a dynamic nightlife also centred along the Valletta Waterfront in Floriana (Il-Furjana), a magical place recently renovated with stunning views on the Senglea fortifications.

Not so far, the city of Sliema and its Tigne Seafront offer stunning views on Valletta, all visitors will be carried away by a whirlwind of pure emotions.

Cam on-line since: 06/07/2013