Step into the captivating world of Malta, a mesmerising jewel at the heart of the Mediterranean region. Experience a tapestry of ancient history seamlessly woven with modern charm. Immerse yourself in the island's rich heritage, savour its unique cuisine, and embrace a culture that resonates with its breathtaking natural beauty.

What’s so special about Malta
The question should be, what isn’t? From its stunning historical sites like ancient temples and fortified cities to its vibrant local culture and crystal-clear Mediterranean waters, Malta offers visitors a wealth of unique experiences just waiting to be explored.

things to know
about Malta

  • Population: 535,000
  • Capital: Valletta
  • Currency: Euro
  • Largest Airport: Malta International Airport 
  • Language: Maltese and English
  • Getting around: Navigating Malta is a breeze, whether you choose to rent a car (remember to drive on the left), explore the efficient public transport options, or hop in a taxi. 
  • Fun facts: Did you know that Malta is made up of five islands—Malta (the largest), Gozo, Comino, and the uninhabited islets of Kemmunett (Comminotto) and Filfla. Malta is also home to 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.


Malta exudes a culture renowned for its warmth and welcoming spirit. Maltese people are celebrated for their genuine hospitality, fostering a sense of community that is deeply ingrained in their way of life. Moreover, the soul of this nation resonates through its vibrant music, enchanting dance, and cherished traditions. 

The Maltese love to celebrate, and it’s in the lively atmosphere of their local festas and bustling village squares that you can truly experience their unique sense of camaraderie. And, of course, you can’t leave Malta without savoring the island’s rich tradition of Mediterranean cuisine. Get ready to immerse yourself in Maltese culture, where a warm embrace, lovely music and delicious flavors await.


Malta’s azure seas, impossibly beautiful lagoons, and hidden coves are a true Mediterranean treasure. With crystal-clear, turquoise waters that beckon exploration, these natural wonders offer a paradise for swimmers, snorkelers and water enthusiasts. From the famous Blue Grotto to the tranquil Blue Lagoon on Comino, Malta’s coastlines are a haven of breathtaking beauty waiting to be discovered.


Malta proudly showcases a rich and multifaceted history. The megalithic structures on the islands are believed to be the world’s oldest free-standing edifices, predating even Stonehenge. The towns and cities here are a vibrant mix, and at the forefront is Valletta, the capital, boasting a mighty fortress crafted by the formidable Knights Hospitaller.



Valletta, the capital city, offers visitors an intriguing blend of history and modernity. You can explore a variety of cultural attractions, from grand museums to dramatic theaters. Make sure to stop by some of the city’s most iconic sites including St. John’s Co-Cathedral and the Grandmaster’s Palace as you stroll through the city’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed streets.


Mdina, a city with a rich history, seamlessly celebrates both the past and present. Meander through its well-preserved medieval architecture and winding streets, where you can enjoy local cuisine in charming restaurants. While there, don’t miss the opportunity to embark on a delightful carriage ride around parts of the city, adding a unique touch to your visit. Experience the serenity of the “Silent City,” step into a different era, relish its rich heritage and enjoy the delightful flavors and experiences that Mdina has to offer.


Explore Birgu’s enduring charm as you uncover its rich historical and cultural heritage. Stroll through its ancient streets, where you’ll discover the grandeur of the Inquisitor’s Palace and the enchanting ambiance of St. Lawrence’s Church. Birgu, also known as Vittoriosa, offers a window into Malta’s maritime history with its picturesque waterfront views and maritime museum. Immerse yourself in its heritage and embrace the historical essence of this truly captivating city.


Żabbar, often referred to as Città Hompesch, is located in the southeastern part of Malta. As you explore its streets, you’ll discover a town with a rich heritage, complemented by attractions such as the Żabbar Sanctuary Museum. This museum provides a window into local traditions and customs, inviting you to immerse yourself in authentic Maltese culture. Żabbar is also known for its lively village feasts and a welcoming community spirit, making it a must-visit destination for a taste of local life in Malta.


The people of Malta hold their religious beliefs in high esteem, with a deep reverence for faith. This is reflected in the some 359 churches that are dotted across the islands. If you’re looking for a remarkable religious site to visit, Mosta is a must-see, boasting one of the largest domes in the world, currently ranking as the third largest in the world.

Regions in Malta

Southern Harbour District

The Southern Harbour District is a bustling area of Malta. Here, you can explore the vibrant city of Valletta, with its grand architecture and captivating history. The district also offers picturesque waterfront towns, making it a hub for both cultural and coastal activities.

Northern Harbour District

The Northern Harbour District is known for both its tranquil bays and urban centres, including the historic town of Birgu (Vittoriosa). This area provides a mix of maritime history and contemporary life, making it a fascinating region to explore.

South Eastern District

The South Eastern District is home to traditional fishing villages and picture-perfect coastal scenes. The charming towns of Marsaxlokk and Marsascala offer stunning views of the Mediterranean, while the area’s historical sites provide a window into Malta’s rich past.

Western District

The Western District showcases the island’s unspoiled countryside, including the Dingli Cliffs, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the Mediterranean. With traditional villages and natural beauty, it’s a region that offers a peaceful escape from urban life.

Northern District

Malta’s Northern District provides a fascinating blend of old and new. From the vibrant buzz of St. Paul’s Bay to the timeless charm of Mdina, known as the “Silent City,” this region seamlessly combines modern coastal living with a journey through the island’s rich history and culture.

Gozo and Comino District

Gozo and Comino, Malta’s sister islands, form a district that invites you to explore their serene beauty. Gozo is known for its rugged landscapes and historical sites, while Comino offers a tranquil escape, famous for the Blue Lagoon. Both islands provide a unique contrast to the larger Maltese landscape.

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