We spent a lovely half hour wandering around these very pretty gardens. The weather was glorious and the views spectacular, worth a visit.
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The sunlight shining on the limestone buildings of the 3 Cities opposite changes every minute and is a delight for the photographer. Being the main Harbour there is constant movement from the two man Luzzus to the vast pilot guided cruise ships not to mention...More
Not much to do, except to appreciate the amazing views that one can see from this place. You may also sit down, enjoy an ice cream while you appreciate what Malta offers.
This is a well laid out garden with toilets,refreshments and a magnificent view of the Grand Harbour. From here you overlook the three cities, moored ships and any passing sea traffic. In addition you overlook the ceremonial canons which are fired at 1.00pm & 4.0pm...More
It was a lovely day and we were blessed to be there at the Festival of St Paul and the shipwreck and all that. In honour there was a full gun salute and the guides were in full flow. Whilst there look for the tomb...More
We were walking close to the Auberge de Castille and came across the iron gates. People were getting through and then I remembered about the gardens so we did get inside. The actual garden is small, the stroll is pleasant and it is a lovely...More
My wife and I visited Valletta in February so it was not so crowded as later in the year. The gardens are quite small but we wanted to see the views from here and we were not disappointed. You pass a central fountain and through...More
Wonderful views from this high point. Gorgeous architecture, wonderful sculptures, lovely cool fountain and fun cats, but not much in the way of horticulture. A few trees which will be pleasant in summer and maybe the geraniums will grow to cover the irrigation system, but...More
Go there for two main reasons the amazing view over the harbour and the cannon at noon. The latter is quite ceremonial and perhaps a tad overplayed but still worth watching. It is quite loud though and my youngest (4 years ild) was a bit...More