If you look at the map, you may not find it. Malta is a small archipelago in the middle of the Mediterranean, somewhere between Sicily and Africa. Although it is small, it is not surprising how many interesting things are concentrated in such a small place – the history you meet in every little place, excellent restaurants, opportunities for active leisure, beach, clubs and obviously shopping.
Talking about the history, of remarkable intensity, the Maltese islands are not like anywhere else. Here you can find wonderful prehistoric temples, fossil-clad rocks, hidden and bright bays, and, with that, thrilling diving opportunities.
What is there to do specifically? You may still ask. Well, no worries, because I’ll take you through some of the most beautiful places you can visit in Malta and some of the most beautiful things you can do to have fun.
Next up we advise you to try not to miss Mdina. But what is that? Mdina is the medieval jewel of Malta. Its narrow and winding streets, next to which the imposing walls of the houses make their place, invite you to walk. The signs of modern development are barely visible, and the evenings here are unreal. In Mdina, there are many locations full of history and from here you can admire the most beautiful views in Malta.
Of course, as we have mentioned in the introduction of this article, the temples are a really important part of Malta’s history, so it would be a shame to miss out on such beautiful, rich architectural representations. These prehistoric monuments are megalithic complexes that date back to 3600 BC. Five of these temples are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, including the oldest temple in the world at Ggantija or the underground wonder Hal Saflieni Hypogeum.
Last but not least, we cannot help but mention the nightlife of your Mediterranean adventure. Malta is proud of its elegant restaurants. Serving dinner under the starry sky is a Mediterranean-style aspect of life. Go to one of the bars here or try your luck in an opulent casino. The young generation will fully enjoy the club scene and the much-appreciated locations in the neighborhoods of St. Julian’s and Bugibba.