Mimosa in flower is the crowning glory of spring in Malta. Enjoy it while you can as like most spring flowers, it’s season is all too short.
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Every Maltese school kid and tourist learns that the islands’ name derived from ancient Greek and Roman for ‘honey’. Well, possibly. But one thing for certain, honey has been produced here since Roman times. We discover a Roman beehive in a cave, and find today’s beekeepers giving honey a new lease of life here.
Malta treeless? Think again. Because there are some worthwhile pockets of woodland that might just surprise you. Mizieb in the North is one worth exploring.
Ghajn Tuffieha beach; try it out if you’re fit! There is a quite steep flight of steps to descend to get to the beach which means it can stay nicely empty.