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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Avril Bailey

    Boats all gone, definitely a sign of winter.

  • avatar
    • 3 weeks ago
    • Avril Bailey

    Notice the boats have been lifted from their mooring boys. WInter is coming to Malta.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Stephen Mitchell

    Derek, its looking lovely this morning.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • DEREK JAMES BEVAN

    Stephen. It's amazing what difference a day makes.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Stephen Mitchell

    No rush for sunbeds this morning ???.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • DEREK JAMES BEVAN

    Hi folks. It's certainly raining heavy today, at least it will dampen down the dust and freshen up the greenery. Gan canny.

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    • 1 month ago
    • ivascalina

    I would linke to spend my next visit in spring at the clock.... in bugibba and I need
    some information. Eve

  • avatar
    • 1 month ago
    • ivascalina

    Hello and good morning viv - could you please contact me in my mail-address -ivascalina (Eve).

  • avatar
    • 1 month ago
    • viv

    Avril, no, not that I'm aware of.

  • avatar
    • 1 month ago
    • Avril Bailey

    Vivid, has a live cam been installed in Mdina?

  • avatar
    • 1 month ago
    • viv

    Well, the rain this morning was a precursor to the storm that is now upon us! Thunder, lightening, high winds, lights on in the apartment as it's so dark. Windows rattling, power flickering, I don't think there'll be any sight seeing today

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    • 1 month ago
    • viv

    Hi everyone! The photos of Mdina have been approved and are now live. It's still overcast but the sun is trying it's best to get through the clouds. Very quiet in Qawra today as it is a public holiday, the feast of our lady of victories.

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    • 2 months ago
    • DEREK JAMES BEVAN

    Hi Viv. No I was not aware of that, but am not surprised that the Sailors has won the award. The rain will freshen things up a bit.at least it is still warm in Malta. I have witnessed a few storms there one I was in the Seaview when the rain came around the window frames.

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    • 2 months ago
    • viv

    Derek, we're in for a storm here tomorrow! I've uploaded some photos on this page and the Senglea / little boat page too. Just waiting for approval. They have to go on other pages as Mdina isn't skylined yet! Yes, I'll certainly give Fred, Virginia etc your best wishes. Were you aware they got a top TripAdvisor rating last week?

Qawra Coast - St. Paul's Bay

Qawra is a stunning holiday destination overlooking St. Paul's Bay (San Pawl il-Baħar), in close proximity to Mellieħa Bay (Il-Għadira) and Buġibba, even St Paul's Island (Il-Gżejjer ta' San Pawl) can be reached by a few minutes boat trip, a great way of exploring Qawra.

The heart of the Maltese tourism although not so large as the other cities, Qawra affords panoramic views of extraordinary beauty, stunning beaches and a wonderful sea, accommodation facilities offering top-quality services, all kinds of water sports, opportunities for lots of fun in the sun all year around, valuable cultural resources and a splendid Mediterranean climate, Qawra is the perfect holiday destination, especially for families of all ages; the splendid bays and inlets of its sharply indented coast are among the most visited and admired natural attractions, moreover they offer peaceful settings for a range of water based activities and unique opportunities to enjoy a swim. The 3 km. promenade includes recreational spaces, relaxing areas with breathtaking panoramic views on the blue water, especially under the warm colours of the sunset. Qawra's sea and beaches are surely its most visited natural attractions, however it affords a great nightlife throughout the whole year consisting of many bars, pubs, cafés and restaurants very popular among tourists and locals.

The city also boasts a remarkable architecture and a rich cultural heritage, due to its perfect location, it was conceived as one of the most important strategic bases for the activities of the Knights Hospitaller (later known as Knights of St. John or Knights of Malta), among their most famous coastal fortifications the Ghallis Tower (also known as Ta' Fra Ben Tower or Torri tal-Għallis) stands out for its small dimensions as well as for its historical significance; it was built by the Knights of Malta led by the Grandmaster Giovanni Paolo Lascaris around the half of the 17th century, originally a smaller fortification mainly used as watchtower (later reinforced in the 18th century), it is today an eloquent witness to the Maltese military past: the tower stands in the heart of St. Paul's Bay and Salina Bay (Salini Bay) just above the shore, at the end of Qawra Point (Ras il-Qawra), the perfect place for swimming, snorkeling and diving.

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