Gardenview Holiday Complex

Swieqi, Island of Malta, Malta | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Swieqi

Welcome to Gozo

A travel blog entry by smithnet on Jun 08, 2014

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... people. Gozo has no natural water source relying on the desalination plant on Malta for fresh water. In Greek mythology Gozo was referred to as the Isle of Calypso. Temples at Ggantija are located on Gozo, and date back before the Egyptian Pyramids Gozo is considered one of the top snorkelling and diving destinations in the world. Life in Gozo revolves around family, farming, food, fiestas and siestas........ and of course the beach ...

A day in the capital

A travel blog entry by claire_anthony on May 27, 2014

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... I would order for myself in the right restaurant in the right location. Had a lovely stroll back along the promenade with all the restaurants, hotels and bars lit up. Stopped along the way for more Imarqet (date fritters) - Miriam ended up buying two boxes of them as it seems they are a bit of a favourite for the whole family. Got an early start tomorrow (leaving the apartment just after 5 am) as off to Sicily so off to sleep now. Claire & ...

Going to Gozo!

A travel blog entry by smyth on Apr 15, 2014

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The island of Gozo, the second largest island of the Maltese archipelago, is located due northwest of the Maltese upper peninsula. It is said that the name probably derives from the Latin gaudium, meaning that which brings happiness or delight; a Phoenician 3rd century B.C. marble inscription renders gawl.

Whatever the etymology , this island half the size of Malta bears evidence of ...

One more day of freedom

A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Jan 05, 2014

An early start and off out. Planned to go for a haircut but forgot most businesses shut on a Sunday so went for a run on the field. It started spitting with rain today and it's overcast. On my way past Qawra church I saw about 40 teenagers all crowded round one pasty seller, and few more jammed into the shop next door. I imagine they have to attend ...


A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi on Oct 19, 2013

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Swieqi is a suburb not too far from Valletta and this is where most foreign families settled to ensure their children would learn English. It was no surprise that Anne-Cécile and Jérôme decided to rent an apartment close to the school their children will be attending. Everything you need is walking distance: food, restaurants, stores, schools, bus stop and even a rocky beach if you are willing to walk up to half an hour under the Maltese sun. Although you seem to ...