“Ok we jump, in 3..2..1..”
Yeah right! This is Malta’s highest point - 253 metres (830ft) above sea level. It’s perfect for kite flying, using your drone and for some of the best sunsets over the Mediterranean Sea.
It is said that the Ancient Greek god Prometheus (known as Amirani in Georgian) was eternally chained to a rock in these mountains for the sin of teaching mortals how to make fire. Whilst we didn’t spot him on our travels, we certainly wouldn’t mind being forced to observe these views for all of time...
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