Without a doubt, the first thing that you come here to see is the pier. It is small, colorful, cute and old-smelling, it is a little surprise that the town has saved. It is a little natural harbor, turquoise water, decorated with great affection and with great taste by its inhabitants. The vast majority of these have either their own boat or a small fishing boat. All their boats are lovingly cared for, which is ultimately reflected in the form of this beautiful dock ....
The Grand Harbour in Valletta in Malta, is described as one of the most beautiful in the world! It has been used as a harbor since Roman times. This is one of the most beautiful views of Malta and it is crowded both day and night. Do not hesitate to come and have a visit.
The town has a ferry service that arrives several times a day from Malta. The short trip by boat to here is short and pleasant. The entrance to the harbor is also very nice. Then you have two very interesting options before catching a bus to another part of the island. To the right is a very humble neighborhood of fishermen that you can visit to get to know how the locals live, or you can go to the town center that's roughly a 5 minute walk to have a good breakfast half Italian, half Maltese and half English....
From the bus station of "Valletta", you can catch a bus to take you to "cirkewa." It is a town where there really is little to see except a beach where they rent everything for water exercise, which is dominated by a great hotel. The best thing about this place is that from here you can catch boats to the rest of the islands, such as Gozo, Comino or Cominete.
Ghanjsielem is a small town on the island of Gozo. Ferries that go from Malta to Gozo usually dock here. The comings and goings are continuous throughout the day, it's ultimately the only reliable communication between the two islands. The docking maneuver is peculiar and beautiful. The pretty picture of this small fishing village is changing very slowly. The spring's clear blue waters are just as beautiful as they once were. Thank God you don't really notice any pollution here yet, in the vicinity of the port that is, believe it or not.
Here you can see the view from my apartment in Sliema (Malta) where I studied English for 20 days. I used to love resting here at night after dinner, looking at the lights reflected in the sea, the port ... It breathed tranquility.
The Three Cities pier is another of the small ports you'll find around Malta. It is, however, exquisitely beautiful with the aroma of history as strong as the smell of fresh coffee in the morning. It's seriously like traveling back in time. You'll see small fishing boats, the city wall, and an imposing church with piles of decorative flags all about. Make sure to try one of the restaurant around the port as they all have great fresh fish.