Malta has such a rich history that this magnificent island is practically saturated with attractions and places of intersest.
The Megalithic Temples of Malta are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are a must see for all visitors. These temples are the oldest free standing temples in the world. Scientists believe that these were erected around one thousand years before the construction of the famous pyramids of Egypt.
Valletta is the capital city of Malta and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, thanks to its rich historical value and its links to the Knights of Malta, who built the city in the 16th century. Easy to get to by public transport, Valletta is definitely a city well-worth visiting.
The island of Malta is surrounded by clear, blue mediterranean sea and most areas on the island are safe for swimming. However, Malta is also an ideal place for scuba-diving and is highly accessible by relatievely every area on the island. Malta offers a unique diving experience with reefs, caves and wrecks making it one of the most interesting diving spots in the mediterranean.
Very unique to the Maltese Islands are the lively summer village feasts held every weeekend in towns and villages across the island. Saints, fireworks, food and fun are all part of this cultural experience.Definitely an experience not to be missed!
Typical of Mediterranean lifestyle is to enjoy and celebrate as much as possible therefore nightlife on the island is always bustling. There are many clubs to visit, excellent wine bars and first rate restaurants to try. The main clubbing action is in Paceville, on the coast near St.Julians where one will find clubs and bars in abundance.
To give you an idea of the island here is a short film about Malta. Enjoy!