18 September 2016


My friend Annie invited me out to Malta with her in April and perfect timing really, as with no further plans as college was coming to a finish, I couldn't wait to get some sun, sea and sand to escape the stress of growing up! 
We flew out for 10 days and stayed in a beautiful villa set up for us by her dad + his girlfriend. So grateful to have such a lovely place to stay in such a great location. We were situated in St. Julians, which is a perfect area for dining in quaint cafes overlooking the bay.

Our journey began with a quick flight over some picturesque mountainscapes and we touched down in sunny Malta. It's not somewhere I'd even thought of visiting as a holiday destination before but I'm so glad Annie invited me along. It was a wonderful week of feasting, drinking and ultimate relaxation by the sea. 

I had such an amazing time out there but I really recommend going in more of the summer season (June, July, August) as the weather was mild, only reaching around 22 degrees on some days. A lot of beach clubs, pools and snorkelling trips hadn't yet opened because of this. Regardless, we had an amazing time exploring Malta and even road tripping over to the small island of Gozo for a night, which I'll talk about in my next post.

St. Julians 
For cute cafes and restaurants with lovely views of the bay. It's an amazing area to stay in and would highly recommend using airbnb over a hotel since the buildings are beautiful! You can see from the photos how gorgeous the shades of blue are here. It's a dream.

Great nightlife here without breaking the bank. Along with tonnes of restaurants to choose from with a cool, young atmosphere, it's a perfect location for a bit of shopping in the day and drinking in the night!
Such a stunning area, filled with historic buildings in this little part of Malta. It's great for shopping and don't forget to pop into Cafe Cordina for the best coffee ever! 

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