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Malta- trekking between history and nature

Malta with over 7000 years of history is ideal for outdoor tourism. This proposal is designed for all types of walkers who want to be fascinated by this small but at the same time rich island. 4 half-day panoramic treks are the best way to fully enjoy this Mediterranean jewel.

Minimum 2 participants

Valid from 1st June 2020 to 31st March 2021

1° giorno

Arrival in Malta (- / - / -)

Arrival at Malta International Airport and transfer to your hotel. Accommodation at Sunflower 3-star hotel in a standard room or similar with breakfast.

2° giorno

Malta (B / - / -)

Breakfast and half day excursion. Return to the hotel and rest of the day at leisure.
Excursions proposed
Half day trekking itinerary - from the Blue Grotto to the bay of Ghar Lapsi
Departure from the panoramic parking near the Blue Grotto, one of the most representative and iconic places in Malta. Walk to the temples of Ħaġar Qim in Qrendi. After the visit (entrance fee: 10 € / pax) you will walk the path beyond the Mnajdra Temples crossing a slight slope towards the sea. Once arrived near the coast the guide will give us some notions of geology and the steps that led to the formation of these wonderful and steep landscapes that lead up to the bay of Għar Lapsi. Along the path you will notice the traces of the Magħlaq fault, natural arches, badlands leading into the sea, alluvial deposits and a small and little known "Inland Sea" called il-Mitqub.
Half day trekking - From Ras il-Qammieh to Fomm ir-Rih
Meeting at the Ras il-Qammieħ viewpoint. You will continue on foot towards the Red Tower built by the knights of St. John to watch over the canal between Malta and Comino. From here you can enjoy the magnificent views of the islands of Gozo and Comino on one side and the north of Malta on the other. Once past the bay of Għadira you will descend along the valley and stop at the Bird Sanctuary inserted in the Għadir Nature Reserve, a brackish water marsh that hosts rare bird species such as flamingos, storks and other migratory species that they wade in the shallow waters. From there you will approach the jagged cliffs on the other side of the terrestrial strip that lead directly to Popeye Village and the picturesque bay of Anchor. Following the rugged karst landscape keeping south-east you will arrive at the Majjistral Natural Park where you will be able to observe some rock formations that detach themselves from the plateau towards the sea and formed from innumerable sedimentations below the Mediterranean Sea. You will stop at Golden Bay or Għajn Tuffieħa Bay before heading over the clay slopes into Ġnejna Bay. From there you will go towards the internal areas and follow indistinct paths beyond the Ras il-Pellegrin plateau, you will climb along the cracks of the cliffs for Kunċizzjoni and from above you will look towards the expanse of cliffs that form the iconic Fomm ir- Rih.
Half day trek - From the cliffs of Dingli to Ghar Lapsi
The tour will begin at the highest point in Malta and will continue to the Bronze Age village then to Fawwara, the cliffs of Xaqqa, Ghar Lapsi and then along the coast to the Temples of Hagar Qim. This route is suitable for both beginners and experienced walkers. It can be extended to Qrendi for an advanced level to visit Maqluba.
Half day trekking - From the Bay of Mystras to the Church of Mgarr
Starting from Mystras Bay to the Selmun countryside, you turn around the coast to Mellieha Bay towards Popeye Village. From there you will cross Majjistral Park to Golden Bay and Gnejna beach to end up at Mgarr Church.

3° giorno

Malta (B / - / -)

Breakfast and half day excursion. Return to the hotel and rest of the day at leisure.
Excursions proposed
Half day trekking itinerary - from the Blue Grotto to the bay of Ghar Lapsi
Departure from the panoramic parking near the Blue Grotto, one of the most representative and iconic places in Malta. Walk to the temples of Ħaġar Qim in Qrendi. After the visit (entrance fee: 10 € / pax) you will walk the path beyond the Mnajdra Temples crossing a slight slope towards the sea. Once arrived near the coast the guide will give you some notions of geology and the steps that led to the formation of these wonderful and steep landscapes that lead up to the bay of Għar Lapsi. Along the path you will notice the traces of the Magħlaq fault, natural arches, badlands leading into the sea, alluvial deposits and a small and little known "Inland Sea" called il-Mitqub.
Half day trekking - From Ras il-Qammieh to Fomm ir-Rih
Meeting at the Ras il-Qammieħ viewpoint. You will continue on foot towards the Red Tower built by the knights of St. John to watch over the canal between Malta and Comino. From here you can enjoy the magnificent views of the islands of Gozo and Comino on one side and the north of Malta on the other. Once past the bay of Għadira, you will descend along the valley and stop at the Bird Sanctuary inserted in the Għadir Nature Reserve, a brackish water marsh that hosts rare bird species such as flamingos, storks and other migratory species that they wade in the shallow waters. From there you will approach the jagged cliffs on the other side of the terrestrial strip that lead directly to Popeye Village and the picturesque bay of Anchor. Following the rugged karst landscape keeping south-east, you will arrive at the Majjistral Natural Park where you will be able to observe some rock formations that detach themselves from the plateau towards the sea and formed from innumerable sedimentations below the Mediterranean Sea. You will stop for a stop at Golden Bay or Għajn Tuffieħa Bay before heading over the clay slopes into Ġnejna Bay. From there you will go towards the internal areas and follow indistinct paths beyond the Ras il-Pellegrin plateau, you will climb along the cracks of the cliffs for Kunċizzjoni and from above you will look towards the expanse of cliffs that form the iconic Fomm ir- Rih.
Half day trek - From the cliffs of Dingli to Ghar Lapsi
The tour will begin at the highest point in Malta and will continue to the Bronze Age village then to Fawwara, the cliffs of Xaqqa, Ghar Lapsi and then along the coast to the Temples of Hagar Qim. This route is suitable for both beginners and experienced walkers. It can be extended to Qrendi for an advanced level to visit Maqluba.
Half day trekking - From the Bay of Mystras to the Church of Mgarr
Starting from Mystras Bay to the Selmun countryside you turn around the coast to Mellieha Bay towards Popeye Village. From there you will cross Majjistral Park to Golden Bay and Gnejna beach to end up at Mgarr Church.

4° giorno

Malta (B / - / -)

Breakfast and half day excursion. Return to the hotel and rest of the day at leisure.
Excursions proposed
Half day trekking itinerary - from the Blue Grotto to the bay of Ghar Lapsi
Departure from the panoramic parking near the Blue Grotto, one of the most representative and iconic places in Malta. Walk to the temples of Ħaġar Qim in Qrendi. After the visit (entrance fee: 10 € / pax) we will walk the path beyond the Mnajdra Temples, crossing a slight slope towards the sea. Once arrived near the coast, the guide will give us some notions of geology and the steps that led to the formation of these wonderful and steep landscapes that lead up to the bay of Għar Lapsi. Along the path, we will notice the traces of the Magħlaq fault, natural arches, badlands leading into the sea, alluvial deposits and a small and little known "Inland Sea" called il-Mitqub.
Half day trekking - From Ras il-Qammieh to Fomm ir-Rih
Meeting at the Ras il-Qammieħ viewpoint. We will continue on foot towards the Red Tower, built by the knights of St. John to watch over the canal between Malta and Comino. From here you can enjoy the magnificent views of the islands of Gozo and Comino on one side and the north of Malta on the other. Once past the bay of Għadira, we will descend along the valley and stop at the Bird Sanctuary, inserted in the Għadir Nature Reserve, a brackish water marsh that hosts rare bird species such as flamingos, storks and other migratory species that they wade in the shallow waters. From there we will approach the jagged cliffs on the other side of the terrestrial strip that lead directly to Popeye Village and the picturesque bay of Anchor. Following the rugged karst landscape keeping south-east, we will arrive at the Majjistral Natural Park where we will be able to observe some rock formations that detach themselves from the plateau towards the sea and formed from innumerable sedimentations below the Mediterranean Sea. We will stop for a stop at Golden Bay or Għajn Tuffieħa Bay before heading over the clay slopes into Ġnejna Bay. From there we will go towards the internal areas and follow indistinct paths beyond the Ras il-Pellegrin plateau, we will climb along the cracks of the cliffs for Kunċizzjoni and from above we will look towards the expanse of cliffs that form the iconic Fomm ir- Rih.
Half day trek - From the cliffs of Dingli to Ghar Lapsi
The tour will begin at the highest point in Malta and will continue to the Bronze Age village then to Fawwara, the cliffs of Xaqqa, Ghar Lapsi and then along the coast to the Temples of Hagar Qim. This route is suitable for both beginners and experienced walkers. It can be extended to Qrendi for an advanced level to visit Maqluba.
Half day trekking - From the Bay of Mystras to the Church of Mgarr
Starting from Mystras Bay to the Selmun countryside, we turn around the coast to Mellieha Bay towards Popeye Village. From there, you will cross Majjistral Park to Golden Bay and Gnejna beach to end up at Mgarr Church.

5° giorno

Malta (B / - / -)

Breakfast and half day excursion. Return to the hotel and rest of the day at leisure.
Excursions proposed
Half day trekking itinerary - from the Blue Grotto to the bay of Ghar Lapsi
Departure from the panoramic parking near the Blue Grotto, one of the most representative and iconic places in Malta. Walk to the temples of Ħaġar Qim in Qrendi. After the visit (entrance fee: 10 € / pax) you will walk the path beyond the Mnajdra Temples crossing a slight slope towards the sea. Once arrived near the coast the guide will give you some notions of geology and the steps that led to the formation of these wonderful and steep landscapes that lead up to the bay of Għar Lapsi. Along the path you will notice the traces of the Magħlaq fault, natural arches, badlands leading into the sea, alluvial deposits and a small and little known "Inland Sea" called il-Mitqub.
Half day trekking - From Ras il-Qammieh to Fomm ir-Rih
Meeting at the Ras il-Qammieħ viewpoint. You will continue on foot towards the Red Tower built by the knights of St. John to watch over the canal between Malta and Comino. From here you can enjoy the magnificent views of the islands of Gozo and Comino on one side and the north of Malta on the other. Once past the bay of Għadira, you will descend along the valley and stop at the Bird Sanctuary inserted in the Għadir Nature Reserve, a brackish water marsh that hosts rare bird species such as flamingos, storks and other migratory species that they wade in the shallow waters. From there you e will approach the jagged cliffs on the other side of the terrestrial strip that lead directly to Popeye Village and the picturesque bay of Anchor. Following the rugged karst landscape keeping south-east you will arrive at the Majjistral Natural Park where you will be able to observe some rock formations that detach themselves from the plateau towards the sea and formed from innumerable sedimentations below the Mediterranean Sea. You will stop at Golden Bay or Għajn Tuffieħa Bay before heading over the clay slopes into Ġnejna Bay. From there you will go towards the internal areas and follow indistinct paths beyond the Ras il-Pellegrin plateau, we will climb along the cracks of the cliffs for Kunċizzjoni and from above you will look towards the expanse of cliffs that form the iconic Fomm ir- Rih.
Half day trek - From the cliffs of Dingli to Ghar Lapsi
The tour will begin at the highest point in Malta and will continue to the Bronze Age village then to Fawwara, the cliffs of Xaqqa, Ghar Lapsi and then along the coast to the Temples of Hagar Qim. This route is suitable for both beginners and experienced walkers. It can be extended to Qrendi for an advanced level to visit Maqluba.
Half day trekking - From the Bay of Mystras to the Church of Mgarr
Starting from Mystras Bay to the Selmun countryside you turn around the coast to Mellieha Bay towards Popeye Village. From there you will cross Majjistral Park to Golden Bay and Gnejna beach to end up at Mgarr Church.

6° giorno

Malta (B / - / -)

Breakfast and check-out, in good time transfer to the airport for the return flight.

Quote per persona, a partire da:

PartenzaDoppia
Dal 1 June 2020 al 30 June 2020€ 860
Dal 1 July 2020 al 31 August 2020€ 950
Dal 1 September 2020 al 30 September 2020€ 890
Dal 1 October 2020 al 30 October 2020€ 840
Dal 1 November 2020 al 30 November 2020€ 770
Dal 1 December 2020 al 23 December 2020€ 760
Dal 24 December 2020 al 2 January 2021€ 820
Dal 3 January 2021 al 28 February 2021€ 760
Dal 1 March 2021 al 31 March 2021€ 770

Note

(B / L / D-AI): B = breakfast; L = lunch; D = Dinner; (AI) = All Inclusive

Proposed or similar hotels:

  • Sunflower 3-star hotel

Required documents:

  • Passport / identity card valid for travel abroad

La quota comprende

  • International flights to / from Italy in economy class
  • Hotel mentioned, and if not available other / s of the same category
  • Transfer (s) as scheduled
  • 4 trekking excursions and transfer to meeting points
  • Treatment indicated in the program
  • GoWorld travel kit (backpack, photographic volumes, clothes / trolley holder – according to practical amount)
  • Insurance for medical assistance (up to € 15,000), medical repatriation and damage to baggage (up to € 1,000), with the possibility of integration

La quota non comprende

  • Airport taxes subject to change € 55
  • Gratuities
  • Resort Fee or Tourist Tax in hotels (to date 0.50 Euro per person per day), where not specifically indicated.
  • Optional excursions
  • Government and local taxes not in effect at the time of listing
  • Drinks and / or meals where not expressly mentioned
  • Expenses and extras of a personal nature
  • Excess baggage
  • Registration fee € 95
  • Supplementary travel cancellation insurance
  • Supplementary medical and baggage insurance OPZ A: maximum medical expenses up to 55,000 euros / baggage up to 1,500 euros
  • Supplementary medical-baggage insurance OPZ B: maximum medical expenses up to € 155,000 / baggage up to € 1,500
  • Supplementary medical-baggage insurance OPZ C: maximum medical expenses up to € 265,000 / baggage up to € 1,500
  • GLOBY ROSSA supplementary insurance
  • Anything else not expressly indicated in “the fee includes” or elsewhere in the program

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