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This is part of the hammer head at the top of Mellieha. Walk past the Mellieha Bay hotel and along... read more

Reviewed June 21, 2018
Lorna S
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Stevenage, United Kingdom
This is part of a hammerhead walk around the top of Malta.

We started from Meillha Bay and walked past some shabby holiday chalets now seemingly used as... read more

Reviewed March 4, 2018
geoffviking
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St Helens, United Kingdom
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Reviewed June 21, 2018

This is part of the hammer head at the top of Mellieha. Walk past the Mellieha Bay hotel and along the coastal path about an hour in each direction. Stunning scenery and views across to Comiono and Gozo. Get to the end of the headland...More

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Reviewed March 4, 2018

We started from Meillha Bay and walked past some shabby holiday chalets now seemingly used as homes. up a road to the coast then ascended steps to the top of the ridge. We visited the Red Tower then returned and walked out on the edge...More

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Reviewed March 4, 2018

walking here not only do you see usually plants and flowers but fabulous views.Buildings which are left from the army being here from WW2.in some places its like being lost in time. must see if going to Malta.

Thank margaret l
Reviewed January 31, 2018

Having followed a couple of awful walks from a guide book in the south of Malta we thought that this area would be better. Walked along the ridge to the remains of the American listening station which is covered in graffiti and used as a...More

1  Thank 118Christine
Reviewed December 22, 2017

Marfa ridge runs either side of the ferry road.To access the ridge to the east the best route in is around the back of the Mellieha Bay hotel here you can follow the path , eventually the path runs out and you have to complete...More

1  Thank Roger A
Reviewed August 16, 2017

This walk is actually part of or the complete coastal walk around the 'Hammer Head' shaped peninsula of the Marfa ridge. It starts at the Riserva busstop at Mellieha Bay, goes up to the Red Tower (splendid views) through a natural park and then follows...More

2  Thank vmeus
Reviewed June 26, 2017

Enjoyable trip out in the sun. The landscape is fantastic and we enjoyed looking around at the array of colour.

Thank Martin R
Reviewed June 5, 2017 via mobile

We parked beside the Red Tower (2euros entry) and looked at it but decided to take a walk instead. We headed directly west along the top of the ridge. This is a gentle start and isn't uphill at all. There is a old run down...More

2  Thank greenpanther30
Reviewed April 17, 2017

Spring in Malta reveals many beautiful wild flowers. The mellieha and Marfa areas are the best! Walking is not easy off the beaten track but the rocky and bushy steppes and garigue are worth every effort. Of special beauty are the Barbary Nut Iris which...More

Thank Elizabeth010
Reviewed April 3, 2017

Great and really beautiful walk. My hotel (Paradise Bay) was on the route, so that was an easy start. Some parts are on the roas, but also lots of off road and quiet parts inland. Recomend this to everyone.

Thank Stinders P
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Response from DanielStoica | Reviewed this property |
I think it took me around 5 hours, with many breaks for taking pictures and stuff. No, it's not difficult.
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