Malta: Hiking Activity Holiday
A Microcosm of the Mediterranean
The green valleys and breathtaking views offered by Malta ask for adventure, so hiking and walking through its lush full trails and high cliffs is sure to be an enjoyable experience. The best way to make the most of your Malta hiking holiday is to walk through the villages and ancient sites and breathe in the air of the Maltese valley. Many places in Malta are ideal for hikes. Mtahleb, Bahrija, Dingli Cliffs, are just a few of the many places that offer a variety of rocky terrain, cliffs or green valleys to explore. If you wish to take a hiking holiday in Gozo, try San Blas valley, Lunzjata valley, Ramla Valley, or Wied l-Infern Hondoq ir-Rummien for some very picturesque scenery that lets you experience Mother Nature in most unique and fascinating way. Comino also features a few hills and good camping locations. The only slightly negative aspect of hiking in Malta is the temperature: in the summertime you may feel it is uncomfortably hot, so it is best to book your hiking holiday to Malta in low-season.