How is Malta in Spring?
The Maltese islands remain one of the world’s top European destinations for summer and sea holidays. However, as many have recently come to discover, one should not limit the islands only for the three months of summer. There are so many amazing things to do and see even in the other months of the year but especially in spring. Keep reading, here we are going to give you five things or places to visit for your holiday in Malta in spring time. Temperature in spring is getting much better already in March with average:
Mdina in spring
The silent city, Mdina, is a national marvel and it offers an amazing opportunity for those who like to enjoy spring in the sun, sipping a coffee or a beer in a setting that is nothing short of extraordinary. Mdina has in fact been the backdrop to some amazing cinematic productions like Game of Thrones. It boasts of beautiful churches and vintage narrow roads and an amazing sunset view.
Buskett in spring
If you want to enjoy a bit of wildlife before the summer sun really strikes hard and you have to head to the sea, you should make sure to include Buskett in your bucket list for a holiday in Malta. It is one of the islands biggest stretches of natural beauty. It is not as big as most ranges in the world, but it still manages to offer a nice day activity.
Valletta in spring
The Maltese capital, Valletta has seen a marvellous regeneration and nowadays, thanks to countless restaurants and bars in the city, you can enjoy this medieval beauty from dawn till dusk. Don’t forget to pop by at the Barrakka gardens to view the magnificent port and enjoy a nice breeze of the Mediterranean sea.
Cottonera in spring
Senglea, Cospicua and Vittoriosa make up the are known as Cottonera, named after the grand master Cottoner. These three cities, more like the size of small villages, offer views and history n equal proportion. Millions of euros have been spent in recent years to regenerate the area and we must agree that the job was done very diligently.
Sailing boat ride in spring
There’s nothing nicer than enjoying Malta through a unique perspective while chilling in the sea breeze. Boat rides from the ports and marinas of Malta are a truly unique experience, nothing like you can never imagine. The fortifications which make up the old cities can be best viewed from the sea, aboard a nice and well-equipped sailing boat. Make sure to include this major attraction to your itinerary.