Malta is a Mediterranean island archipelago that lies south of Italy. Only the three largest islands of the archipelago are inhabited: Malta, Ghawdex or Gozo, and Kemmuna or Comino.
Malta is a pretty place with deep-blue bays dotted with brightly painted fishing boats, superbly sunny weather and expansive beaches. On land you will find traces of Malta's 7,000 years of intriguing history. Visit grand palaces, captivating medieval cities, prehistoric temples and the world famous Hypogeum, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Regions in Malta
Malta is in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea directly south of Italy and north of Libya. The area is 246 km² (95 square miles). The capital is... READ MORE
Mellieha as a village developed under British colonization after the British encouraged people to settle in the area by giving leases to the populatio... READ MORE
The neighbouring towns of Msida are Ta' Xbiex, Gzira, San Gwann, Birkirkara, Santa Venera, Hamrun and Pietà. Msida is an important City for all... READ MORE
Paola is renowned for its Good Friday procession, its football club, Hibernians FC, for the Ä¦al Saflieni Hypogeum and for its large church. A numb... READ MORE
The San Gwann suburb is mostly made up of relatively modern buildings having been established as a parish only in 1965. However, the few scattered arc... READ MORE
Sliema is also a major commercial and residential area and houses several of Malta's most modern hotels. Sliema, which means 'peace, comfort', was onc... READ MORE
The town is subdivided into informal districts which are Paceville, Ta' Ä iorni, Tal-GÄ§oqod, St. Andrew's, as well as the regions surrounding St.... READ MORE
Its name refers to the shipwreck of Saint Paul, as documented in the Acts of the Apostles, due to the tradition that Saint Paul was shipwrecked on the... READ MORE