Malta is one of the world’s smallest and most densely populated islands, so there are many cities and places and there are infinite possibilities in the island because there is simply so much to see and explore.
We have selected some of them to demonstrate the island's uniqueness.
Valletta is the smallest capital city in Europe, that has been recognized as the UNESCO heritage site since 1980. In just one square kilometer, it represents an open-air museum, with over 25km of fortified walls, baroque architecture, museums, gardens and numerous cultural sites. With impressive views of two harbors, the city is a treat for travelers seeking respite from the urban lifestyle, offering peaceful walks around hidden streets of Valletta.
In Valletta or Nearbyall nearby
Sliema represents many things at the same time: it is the largest commercial centre and one of the most populated area in Malta, with the longest rocky Sliema beach, many hotels along the 5 km long promenade, historical watchtowers, beach cafes, festivals and restaurants. It is located in the eastern part of Malta, just 15 minutes ride from the capital Valletta. Simply, it is irresistible for the travellers and business people coming to Malta.
In Sliema or Nearbyall nearby
The longest coastal promenade in Malta, with the great sea views, in the urban area of the east coast belongs to St. Julian`s, a vibrant and crowded tourist destination, filled with bars, restaurants and hotels, crowned with Portomaso Yacht Marina, next to the Hilton Hotel. It is definitely recommended to the party generations, having in mind that famous nightlife district Paceville is settled in the heart of St. Julian`s, hosting numerous events through out the year.
In St. Julian's or Nearbyall nearby
Marsaxlokk is the authentic Maltese fishing village, located at the south of the island, famous for the Sunday fish market and souvenir stands around the main square. The coastal part is filled with the open air terraces and restaurants, offering the best of the traditional dishes and fresh catch of the day. If you are more on the adventurous side, a few hidden paths toward the Delimara peninsula shall open new horizons to every traveler, where one can discover unspoiled natural coves and salt pans, far away from the urban life.
In Marsaxlokk or Nearbyall nearby
Mdina is one of the Europe’s finest example of an ancient walled city, located in the western central parts of Malta, also known as “The Silent City”. Once it served as the capital city and nowadays it is famous tourist attraction, with the original architecture, churches, monasteries and palaces. Also it represents a famous filming location, hosting medieval shows and movies, such as Games of Thrones.
In Mdina or Nearbyall nearby
St. Paul's Bay
St. Paul's Bay
St. Paul`s Bay is well known holiday destination in the northeast Malta, entirely devoted to tourism. There are many affordable vacation packages, attracting travelers who are searching for all-in-one facilities at one place. A long promenade is stretching from Xemxija to Qawra point, with the variety of entertainment, shopping and fast-food options on the way. A several family friendly beaches with the watersport rental facilities in Bugibba will surely make your Malta holiday unforgettable. And don`t miss out to visit the National Aquarium, just steps away from the largest coastal hotels in St.Paul`s Bay.
In St. Paul's Bay or Nearbyall nearby
Mellieha is a popular tourist family resort, located in north of Malta. Sandy beaches are settled among 2 peninsulas, with many hidden coves and historical landmarks. With variety of accommodation possibilities, restaurants and tourist facilities, Mellieha makes a perfect Mediterranean vacation destination, both for tourists and locals.
In Mellieha or Nearbyall nearby
Victoria - Gozo
Victoria - Gozo
Small island of Gozo, north from Malta, has a capital city of Victoria, also known as Rabat. It is a main administrative, commercial and cultural hub, visited by many tourists every day. The city is crowned with the Citadel fortress, which hosts several museums, the Grand Basilica Church and the Citadel Armoury. While walking around the Citadel, enjoy some spectacular views around the whole island and don`t miss out to take a break in one of the traditional restaurants and taste an authentic Gozitan cuisine, with locally grown vegetables and fruits.