Set your alarms folks! Discover some of the most amazing sunrise spots in Malta
Good news for those of you who don’t normally like to sleep it in while on holiday in Malta. The
island hosts some major iconic sunrise scenes in the Mediterranean and we’re going to tell you
where to find some of them.
Upper Barrakka, Valletta
Malta’s capital city, Valletta is a beautiful old city surrounded by fortifications which have an
interesting history to tell. If you do get to go to Valletta early in the morning, just before the sun is
up, head to the popular Upper Barrakka gardens close to Castille Square and wait to be enchanted
by an incredible scene of the rising sun.
If Golden Bay is famous for its stunning sunsets, then Riviera beats it for an incredible sunrise. This
quite, well reserved beach is hidden under small hills. When calm, the sea is simply beautiful. So sit
back and soak in the view while dipping your toes in the golden sand.
Sliema and St Julians are normally associated with the vast options of places to eat, drink and party.
But Sliema also holds its quiet secret too. Maybe you’ll want to take an early morning stroll or jog, or
if you simply like to make the most of your day and head for an early coffee, the Sliema promenade
can offer fantastic views of the rising sun.
Watching the sunrise while at the area known as il-Qbajjar in Gozo, near the popular destination of
Marsalforn, is perhaps one of the most beautiful experiences you can have while on this secret gem
of the Mediterranean. It would be ideal if you choose to camp close to the salt pans and set an alarm
for around 5:45am so as not to miss the scene.
Perhaps, if you want to truly seclude yourself and
enjoy this rare beauty, you should get on a sailing boat and head to open water for truly