17aug18--Adrian Allain, Great photographs, Thank You. Your 'photo' : ' 2012. Looking back at Maratim Hotel after trees were cut down' , shows a ground level fountain and the trees near it as very small. Six years later and the trees have become great shade trees. I have spotted the fountain in our 'live-cam' view here at times but it is obscured by a tree crown. Illuminated at night my 'photos' of 13aug18 Dusk shows the sprays too. Looks like the young ones play in this fountain too. EnJoy EnJoy
My favourite view from one of my favourite hotels
Hmm.... not sure about the bus incident but anything is possible I guess; I tend to spend 99.9% of my visits to this wonderful country on Gozo and there are parts of that which are unrecognisable now. Roads are better though! I am pretty disgusted with the way Comino is treated; we callit 'Seal Island' now owing to the huge volume of tourists.
Mike, i'm certainly not against change. The part in front of the church is a great improvement. On a side note, I seem to think there was a fairly bus accident at the bus stop to the left 30 year(?) ago, can anyone confirm/deny or is t simply my memory playing tricks
Hi Mike W. When I lived in Malta in the 60's, none of the buildings from the middle to the right existed.You could see the sand of the beach from this viewpoint. Aah. How things change.
You can't stop progress Chris. Malta nd Gozo have changed unrecognizably since I first visited in 1984. Absolutely stunning view though.
following on from what Lana said re: building works. I wonder what this view will look like in say 10 yrs time? I was just thinking what this view would have looked like just 10 yrs ago, esp to the left where the Police Station used to be.
Thank you Maritim Antonine hotel. this has to be one of the most picturesque webcams in all of Malta. Hope others will follow. Thanks, Now we can see the church all lit up for the Feast of the Vittoria coming soon.
Thanks you for hosting our village, Mellieha. The camera angle was better before. A little to the left and you don't see all the construction/destruction that has ruined our village. :(
another fantastic addition to the cameras i do spend a bit of time here and like to sit in the cafe beyond the church and soak up the view. ,many thanks to Maritim Antonine hotel. gan canny on thon hil tho'
In 2010 I must have walked up and down that hill dozens of times. We were on a self catering holiday, staying by Mellieha Bay, with a view up to the Church.
This will be my favourite!!! Wonderful memories of beautiful Malta. Thankyou.
Thank you for this wonderful view, we have travelled this road many times and will be again in 4 weeks.