Maltese cuisine is something that you’d crave more once you try it. You’ll find a unique combination of taste in their cuisine that shows the beautiful relationship between the Islanders and various people who have lived in Malta for years now. Interestingly, you’ll find their traditional food to be rustic and based on various seasons.
If you’ve already done a little research then, you’d know that this beautiful city is the capital of Malta. You could easily navigate the city as it is bounded by two harbors, including the Great Harbor & Marsamxett Harbor. If you love to witness various cultures and historic monuments then, this place would be the best to visit.
Malta has beautiful nightlife too other than gorgeous sunny skies, azure waters, and others. You’d find an array of nightlife, cheerful parties, wine bars, and more. You could enjoy live music and art scenes and would have several festivals to attend all year round especially during the summer and winter seasons.
Valletta is not only famous for its heritage but has been declared a UNESCO site, declaring it one of Europe’s most precious historical sites. The harbor itself is the grandest on the entire continent, with many exciting sights to see for visitors.
Qawra is a famous tourist zone in St. Paul’s Bay and regularly draws the bulk of the tourist crowds to the Bay area. You should check out many things when visiting the island, like the Salina National Park, Salt Pans, and the Malta Summer Carnival.
A beautiful bay and largest town in the Northern Region of Malta that has become a popular destination for visitors to Malta, St. Paul’s Bay is a tourist haven and quiet and undisturbed. Keep reading to find out what the bay has to offer to its visitors.
Gozo has been immortalized in literature, used as Calypso’s Isle in Homer’s epic Odyssey. It might look like the town doesn’t have much to offer with its sleepy ambiance, but continue reading to see what sets it apart from the rest of the Maltese cities.
Dotted with beautiful flora and rare types of fauna seen only in Mellieha, you should grab any opportunity to explore the impressive rolling landscapes and Armier bay. If you’re visiting Mellieha, you should first take a look at what it has for visitors.
St. Julian’s is a seaside town in Central Malta. The grand Parish Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, the Palace of Spinola, and other landmarks make this town popular among tourists. Read on to find the best St. Julian’s has to offer visitors.