Known as the jewel of the Mediterranean, Malta is also famous for its beautiful ocean.
But surprisingly there are few sandy beaches.
Famous examples include Mellieha Beach and Golden Bay.
It is difficult to walk on the rocky beach because the scaffold is rugged, but when you enter with Zabun, the wonderful seascape spreads. Great for snorkeling.
This is the city called "Bahrija". I found a view of a hidden spot in western Malta.
What a transparency!
These places are everywhere in Malta.
It is good to explore such a rare scenery.
This is Three Cities.
This is a traditional Maltese fishing boat dicer.
The ship is also known as a ferry between Valletta and Three Cities or a Grand Harbor cruise in the Valletta area.
The ferry is 2 euros and the 30 minute cruise is 8 euros which is very reasonable.
When you come to Malta, enjoy a spectacular cruise on Valletta's fort.
It is recommended
It is Valletta, the capital of Malta.
Since the airport was reopened, the number of people has been increasing.
In summer in Malta, there are many church events every weekend.
In the lively parade, 〆is a big fireworks display!
I'm wondering if it's going to be canceled in Corona this year, but I hear the sound of fireworks over the weekend.
The fireworks display and festivals are continuing, albeit on a small scale.
In Malta, the usual days are returning without the influence of corona on the summer season.
It's been three weeks since the airport in Malta reopened.
We will report the latest inside the airport.
You will be required to wear a mask or visor at the airport.
There are no people because it is before the arrival of the flight in the morning.
In the arrival area, such partitions are provided to prevent passengers from touching people.
The style is to go out directly.
Until now, when exiting security, taxi and coach drivers and customer information staff were waiting, but now they are waiting outside.
Malta had easy access to the arrival and departure areas. (Since it's a small airport, it's about 200 meters) There are also partitions so it's not easy to go.
In the arrival area, only those who have a boarding pass will go to the check-in counter after receiving the temperature check.
Malta is gradually regaining its liveliness.
Customers from Japan can also enter the country without compulsory isolation.
We look forward to welcoming Japanese customers as soon as possible.
The Basilica of John in Valletta, the capital, has opened from Wednesday.
However, the opening time is from 10:00 to 14:30 (last admission time is 14:00)
There is a limit to the number of people who can enter the facility, so it is recommended that you have plenty of time to visit.
You can see the wonderful Caravaggio masterpieces and one of the most beautiful churches in Europe.
Malta is completely summer.
The temperature is 30 degrees Celsius every day, but in the shade, the wind is very cool and comfortable.
Malta's airport was reopened on 1st July, and at the same time almost all tourist facilities were opened.
The city is also crowded with more people.
I went to Mdina.
This town, which is also known as Silent City, retains its medieval appearance.
Some customers say it's like an amusement park.
Bougainvillea is in full bloom in Mdina.
The pictures are wonderful with the beautiful cityscape and Bougainvillea in the background.
22 countries since 1st July 2020 (Austria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Italy (excluding Emilia Romagna Lombardy Piedmont Provinces, France (excluding some regions), Slovakia, Switzerland, Greece, Croatia, Spain (excluding some regions), and Poland are lifted.
I am excited by the announcement by the Prime Minister of Malta on July 15th that the regulation will be fully lifted.
Among the people walking on the street, the number of businessmen who have resumed office work is visibly increasing.
Shops such as boutiques, hair salons and bars have already been reopened.
On weekends, the number of people who enjoy drinking with friends and dining at restaurants has increased.
The Maltese season is completely summer.
When you go to the beach, the color of the sea is like that of the jewels of the Mediterranean.
The hotels that were closed will be opened one by one when the regulation is lifted from July 1.
Furthermore, on July 15, almost all tourist destinations will be reopened, including boat trips, in preparation for the full cancellation.
The museum, temple and church are already open, and there is free admission service on Saturday and Sunday during June. (Facilities of Heritage Malta, churches, etc.)
In the ancient city of Mdina in the photo, bougainvillea flowers are in full bloom in a beautiful medieval building.