Peter they could do trips around the island not land there.
@JCCHi. There are 2 reasons for no boat trips to Filfla. Firstly, it is a designated nature reserve and is home to some plants and lizards which do not exist anywhere else in the world. Secondly, until 1976, the island was used as target practice for the British military going back to Nelson's time. There are probably still many unexploded shells and such.@Derek James Bevan - I did write to the hosts several times about lowering the camera to take in the road and top of the slipway - far more interesting than clouds, but nothing has changed.
The boats look busy this morning, going out two at a time. Gan canny
JCC.I had thought that that would be quite a good trip to do, I think they would need bigger bouts though. I have done the blue grotto trip a few years ago. gan canny lads
I wonder why they do no boat trips to Filfla
Peter Keddie have you tried emailing the Step In and asking them to adjust the camera .gan canny lads an divent fal of the roof.
Still too much sky on display. Please titlt the camera down to give a better view.
The sky is very nice, but please can someone tilt the camera down a little so that we can see the roadway again. Thanks.
Hi folks its good to see the trip boats all busy this morning ,gan canny lads
Bad luck ppl. The fireball shell of shells display didn't go as planned.
Good to have this one back - windy today.
good to see this one back on line.
Lovely sun set tonight
Hi folks. I have managed to upload a photo in one of the caves you can see why this is called the Blue grotto.gan canny.
Hi folks I see that the boats are still taking trippers out to the Blue Grotto.I did the trip in November well worth it . I have uploaded some photos I do hope that they come through ok. gan canny .
29dec17-- A Thank You to our host, Step in Malta & 'Malta' Malta Tourism Authority, for sponsoring this 'live cam' view from Wied iż-Żurrieq with Filfla rock in the background, splendid.