A nice spot for a view out across the med sea but you can't see very far along the coastline from here. I'd recommend driving or walking a little further south to get a better view along the coast. This is somewhere people always stop off on a grand tour of the island but it's not worth going out of your way to see. There's a much more dramatic and accessible coastal walk near the blue grotto.
Location, location, location. Beautiful, windswept coastline that is rocky and dramatic. Just takes my breath away each time I go. My 5th time there 'guiding' my visitors to Malta. Today was cloudy and crazy windy - almost 40 kph! I made sure I walked away from the cliff edge. The wind was so strong up on the highest point of Malta. The June wildflowers are a different set altogether. Gone are the Cape Sorrel, White Migonette, Giant Fennel... In today were lots of Sicilian Silvery Ragwort, Mediterranean Thyme, Mallow Bindweed and Malta's national plant, the Maltese Rock Centuary. PS: As I'm new to Malta, would appreciate the right names if I've labelled the wildflowers incorrectly.
The Cliffs, If you like to stand at the edge and watch the waves roll, this is a place for you. You can hike down under the cliffs and probably catch a beautiful sunset. Restaurant and kiosk nearby.
Pleasant views from this exposed clifftop path. But expect keen tourists to rush into the line of your camera every time you want to take a photo of Filfla on a nice day ;)
Nice place to go for a walk. Didn't seem like anything was open in winter. Will have to wait to see what the place looks like in summer.