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Basically there are lots of the blue/green stripped small boats bobbing on the bay but it is a working fishing village so there are lots of other boats. We arrived in the morning so there were not too many people around. Judging by the number...More
The fish market is definitely not worth the hassle, unless you are getting there to buy fresh fish and not just to see sights. There are a few stands with seafood, but majority is selling sweets, cheap souvenirs and fake Gucci bags. On top of...More
We had a trip to the fish markets today, a lot of market stalls selling anything from Tshirts to tacky tourist tat,
The fish stalls are mixed in the middle of the other traders. I felt that the good fish was all sold very early...More
When researching my trip to Malta I came across this review.
"We were lucky to meet a Samuel ( at the end of the Marsashlok bay, on the right) who gave us great boat tour to 3 harbours ( Calanka, Peterpool and Hofra)."
Very busy on a Sunday afternoon. Good for a few quick photos, not sure about the market and the restaurants because it was so crowded and hard to find parking. All in all pretty photogenic and worth fighting through the traffic for a brief stop.
Quaint fishing village with an outdoor market selling souvenirs. Worth stopping for a morning walk through but the bay water was littered with plastic bottles and had a visible layer of oil so we avoided eating the fish served in nearby restaurants due to its...More
We had a terrible experience, we ate bad food, we had arguments with locals after telling them that we do not have a cigarettes to offer them and there is nothing to do there. We spent an hour trip to see only boats.
The image that the harbour wants to portray is that of an untouched unchanged quaint and traditional Med harbour. From certain angles, this is achieved. However, the addition of a power station, we even had an LNG ship in harbour, and a container ship area...More
Stopped here for an afternoon, had a browse of some local market stalls then we sat in one of the cafes overlooking the harbour and enjoyed a cold drink and the view. Pretty little place with lots of traditional brightly coloured boats. Great place to...More
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There is a tourist bus ticket which is quite reasonable and you can travel as often as you can for a whole week...if ur ready to travel by bus, then i can assure you that this is worth it.if im not mistaken its 11... More
There is a tourist bus ticket which is quite reasonable and you can travel as often as you can for a whole week...if ur ready to travel by bus, then i can assure you that this is worth it.if im not mistaken its 11 euro...much cheaper than going everyone by taxi.make sure you downlaod the Tal-linja app on your mobile when you get to malta so you will have the bus schedule available at hand:)