If you are into Urban Exploration, Instagram photos, some adrenaline, photography and/or art then this activity is for you! I will be taking you through the ruins of a 1970's abandoned building, in Pembroke, these ruins have a span of more or less 3Km , they are surrounded by nature and facing the sea. Nowadays the ruins are being used by Graffiti Artists and as well Photographers to take photo shoots. While in the ruins there is a possibility also to leave a mark on the walls using biodegradable colors in order for you to take pictures with your own artwork. After a walk through the ruins I will take you down the countryside in order to visit one of the historical De Redin towers and take some pictures with the beautiful Panorama surrounding them.
I was born and raised in Malta, I had the opportunity to spend twelve years of my life working in the tourism industry where I worked in hotel operations, and events co-ordination. I know Malta like the palm of my hands, and I enjoy taking people off the beaten path adding a touch of creativity wherever I can, this is because I am also an Art teacher and a founder of a Non-profit organisation which caters to help artists, and educate the people about arts. Since Malta has a lack of creative hands-on activities I have decided to make use of Airbnb in order to bring to people an interactive way in order for them to explore the Island. Amateurs and/or professionals, you are all welcome to join! Thanks to Airbnb now my dream to bring you great experiences has come true!
I will take pictures of you, while exploring the area, and send them to you via e-mail or whatsapp.
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The Activity will be based in Pembroke, Malta. - We will visit an old abandoned complex, which was used as guest houses for British officials, and later as a Hotel for English language students - We will be visiting a tower built in the knights era, where there is a beauitful Panoramic view over the northern coast of Malta.
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최대 4명, 만 18세 이상만 참석 가능 It is suggested to bring a bottle of water and a snack, as well to wear trousers and sports shoes due to the vegitation in the area.
The location is safe, but it is suggested not to venture on your own since there might be structural damage in the buildings which only locals know about.
Urban & Graffiti Exploration