Blue Lagoon Malta

Blue Lagoon Malta

The Blue Lagoon in Malta is quite amazing. I have heard about this paradise before, but seeing it with my own eyes is something else.

The Blue Lagoon is located between Malta and Gozo in the Mediterranean sea. You can get a boat charter there or rent a boat and take your self there. I did both. When I arrived there I felt like I was in paradise, I was so happy to be there. I hiked the island and swam in the perfect waters. It was just incredible. Make sure you bring some water and some snacks specially if you are going to stay there all day, and trust me you are going to want to do just that.

I’m not done with The Blue Lagoon just yet. I see a few more trips to this incredible place in my near future.

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The amazing Malta watres and the beautiful blue lagoon

The amazing Malta watres and the beautiful blue lagoon

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swimmer at the blue lagoon in Malta goes snokeling in the amaizng blue waters

swimmer at the blue lagoon in Malta goes snokeling in the amaizng blue waters

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Calypso Cave Malta

Calypso Cave Malta

Calypso Cave is located in a cliff just off Xaghra; overlooking Gozo’s most sought-after sandy beach, Ramla Bay.

This site is thought to be the same cave Homer mentioned in `The Odyssey’ where Calypso, the beautiful nymph, kept Odysseus as a `prisoner of love’ for seven years.

Calypso had promised him immortality if he stayed with her, but he escaped when he could, and returned to his wife Penelope.

Stunning views of Ramla Bay
Natural sites – Calypso cave
It is presumed that the cave is a complex labyrinth, extending down to sea level at some points, however, stone boulders block the way a few metres inwards.

The cave’s interior and exterior are not too impressive but the magnificent views over Ramla Bay and the valley make the visit all worth it.

On the shore below Calypso Cave one can also observe the remains of the Marsalforn tower, a fortification built by the Knights of Malta in the early-eighteenth century to protect against sea-ward attacks. Source Malta.com

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Shot of the Day-Park Guell

Shot of the Day-Park Guell

Here is one from Park Guell peeps, one of the coolest parks in the world :) Spread the love peeps…

The park was originally part of a commercially unsuccessful housing site, the idea of Count Eusebi Güell, whom the park was named after. It was inspired by the English garden city movement; hence the original English name Park (in the Catalan language spoken in Catalonia where Barcelona is located, the word for “Park” is “Parc”, and the name of the place is “Parc Güell” in its original language). Wikipedia

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Shot of the Day-View from Parc Guell

Shot of the Day-View from Parc Guell

If you are in Barcelona Parc Guell is a must go to place, this park sits ont the side of a hill overlooking all of Barcelona, it is breath taking and full of life to say the least. I sat on this spot for about an hr and a half waiting for the sunset.

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View from Parc Guell

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