Malta is a holidaying resort consisting of a group of seven islands of which only three are inhabited. It is internationally renowned for its numerous recreational areas and historical monuments of which nine are recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.
Malta has a 7000 year old history and it is saturated with places of historical importance in the backdrop of spectacular scenic beauty with honey-colored stones against the deep Mediterranean blue waters. The Maltese Islands offer astonishing array of things to discover by tourists. The tourists get a feeling that they are delving in the mysterious pre-historic times of St. Paul or Knights of St. John.
In Malta, sway as per your mood swings.
• Discover History
• Learn a new skill
• Get fit at best spas at luxury hotels or resorts
• Just laze on an island cruise
• Indulge in outdoor sport activities
• Just hike, bike, or dive
• Enjoy night life and dance on the beats of locals drum
• Rock climb
For a change, hop to the sister islands of Gozo and Comino and enjoy holiday within a holiday or visit these nine tourist’s attraction and get certification of assured happiness, enjoyment, thrill, adventure, and feast for the senses.
• Casa Rocca Piccola
• Multivision Show
• Great Siege Events Museum
• Aviation Museum
• Melita Trains
• Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum
• The Limestone Heritage Park and Gardens
• Valletta Living History
The capital city of Malta is Valletta which is famous for hosting plays, open-air concerts, carnivals, exhibitions and street events. The Museum of Archaeology in Valletta has exceptionally rich collection of prehistoric artifacts. Watch a Sunday Military Parade in costumes at Fort St. Elmo. The capital also possesses the awesome impressive Grand Master’s Palace and St. John’s Co-cathedral.
Wherever you turn your gaze, a unique site awaits worth viewing. Temples, palaces, cathedrals, and forts provide a living history you can almost get engrossed. Try the cuisine which is rich with multicultural heritage. Taste the Lampuki Pie, Rabbit Stew which is the National dish, Bragioli, Kapunata, widow’s soup, and Bigilla, a thick pate of broad beans with garlic.
Water-lovers can enjoy scuba diving, paragliding, wakeboarding, waterskiing, or swim at Blue Lagoon. Tourists can also rent a boat or yacht and explore the deep blue Mediterranean Sea.
If you want an action-packed holidays for family and children or want peace, tranquility or just savor simple pleasure, Malta is alive with events with hundreds of celebrations and things to do on vacation.
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