Santa Martha Hostel

Address: Qolla Street, Marsalforn, Island of Gozo, 2425, Malta | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Qolla Street, Marsalforn, is near Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, Ggantija Temple, Hagar Qim, and Ghantija Megalithic Temples.
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    Travel Blogs from Marsalforn

    Day trip to Gozo, the smaller island of Malta

    A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Aug 25, 2014

    ... rock face with a hole in it called the Azure window. Very pretty! We saw pics of what it looks like with the tide in and it looks even cooler! Apparently large pieces of rock keep falling down and within a few year it will be know as the Azure pinnacle as it would've opened up completely. After a few snaps we were back on the bus heading to Xlendi Bay which is one of the most popular bays in Gozo. We were expecting a nice beach but it was actually really tiny and pebbles ...

    Marvelous Malta!

    A travel blog entry by angela.stringer on Jun 04, 2014

    91 photos

    ... St Johns Co-Cathedral. It was built by the Knights of Malta in the 1500’s when La Valette, the Grand Master built the city. They used Turkish slaves to build the church. The knights are buried beneath the floor of this Cathedral, each with marble inlay panels commemorating their lives and positions.

    Walked around Valetta, looking at both the old and new buildings. For lunch we stopped at a Spanish restaurant, Tico Tico. It was a friendly place ...

    10 things we've learnt

    A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Feb 18, 2014

    Ten things we've learnt about Malta:

    1) Cars. No indicators, no traffic police, no limits and no rules. The mix of Mediterranean and North African style of driving is a delight. There are the occasional reports of tragic road deaths, but mostly it is scrapes and dents. It's nothing short of a miracle that there aren't more accidents. I've been told (due to the condition of the roads) a car in Malta lasts half the time it would in the UK.

    2) ...

    Gym temptation

    A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Jan 17, 2014

    Another pro-active day. I went to the gym to find out some more facts. It's 50 euros a month (reasonable considering the set of scales I wanted to buy were 30) and beautifully located half way between the flat and work, so I have to walk past it everyday - I'd feel so guilty that I would have to go!

    Meeting Pheebs for a treat of Wagamamas and a long walk round St. Julians.

    I'll let Pheebs do the weekend entries so you can hear how she's getting ...

    Exploring the Citadel

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Jan 04, 2014

    22 photos

    ... at all the beautiful artworks and some sassy looking angels adorning the cornices. Apparently they ran out of money to finish the dome here, so the flat ceiling is painted to look like a dome from the congregation’s point of view. There was a crazy lady circling our chairs at one point saying 'the holy spirit, the holy spirit’, and an old couple with perfect white hair sitting in front of us (that ...