Category Archives: Places of Interest
The visitor to Malta has such a variety of different places to experience that where to start might be bewildering. But help is at hand if you really want to experience Malta. Take The Malta Experience.
For those passionate about sailing, Malta is the perfect island to do just that. Surrounded by clean blue waters, pristine beaches and a rich history depicted by its architectural wealth, Malta is an idyllic sailing destination.
St Julian’s is located along the North coast of Valletta around two bays linked by a coastal road with Sliema. Once a small fishing village and summer residence to some rich Maltese families, St Julians has today been developed in a prime entertainment district. This town is bursting with activity all year round and one […]
Around the back of the Grand Masters Palace, almost hidden away on Merchants Street in Valletta, can be found The Palace Armoury. This museum contains all original weapons of war from the period of the Knights.
One of the small islands in the Maltese Archipelago is the small island Gozo, also known amongst the locals as Ghawdex, the 2nd largest island of this archipelago. With a population of over 31,000 inhabitants, Gozo is only 67 km² in size and is more rural than the larger island of Malta.
If you have been wondering what one can do when on holiday in Malta this week, why not take a visit to Mgarr for a re-enactment event where wheat harvesting, threshing and winnowing will take place. The event is being held on Friday 8th July from 6 pm till late evening.
A prominent site on the South East of Gozo, the Ġgantija temples are the oldest free standing megalithic temples in the world.
Ġnejna Bay is a small bay located in the village of Mgarr, located on the west cost of Malta. The beach is located in a secluded area just below a steep cliff.
Hagar Qim (Ħaġar Qim) is the site of an ancient megalithic temple complex in Malta dating from around 3500 BCE. These Maltese temples are considered to be amongst the oldest religious sites on earth and have been described by UNESCO as “unique architectural masterpieces. They are located in the southern part of Malta, just outside of […]
Hidden in a small inlet, situated between the island of Comino and Cominetto, the Blue Lagoon is one of the most photogenic attractions in the Mediterranean. White sand and blue clear waters make up this beautiful lagoon, an image not to be missed.