Not to miss in Malta

Many parts of Malta appear as an outdoor museum. The most important and mysterious sites date back to 5000 years ago, but the most fascinating age is that of the Knights of St. John, during which won...

Valletta, the City of the Knights

The capital city of Malta is situated on the Sceberras peninsula which divides into two basins the complex system of coves and bays constituting the Marsamxett Harbour on north-west, and the Grand Ha...

Comino and the Blue Lagoon

Comino, a small island set between the bigger islands of Malta and Gozo, owes its name to the wild fennel (cumin) which grows in this territory. Cumin is 2.5 km long and 1.5 km wide. In winter it is ...

Gozo – Malta

The Island of Gozo is even smaller than Malta (14km x 7km), which leads to think that it is enough one day to visit her village and its attractions, but a limited time so do not do justice for it is ...

The Citadel – Victoria – Gozo

It is situated on the northern edge of Victoria (Rabat), Gozo capital, on the highest point of the city. It can be reached through a steep ascent. The Citadel is an ancient and compact fortification,...

Dingli Cliffs

Las Dingli Cliffs se extienden por más de 5 Km largo la costa a sur del poblado de Dingli a una cuota media de 250 m sobre el mar azul en el que precipitan a precipicio sólo en pocos puntos: por la m...

Mdina

Situated on the central-west hills at 190 m a.s.l., the former capital of the island is rich of history. This is the city with the most well preserved and untouched urban frame of Malta, with beautif...

St. Mary (la Rotunda)

St. Mary (la Rotunda) is a parish church dedicated to the Assumption. It Is situated in Mosta, one of the biggest villages on the island, in the middle of Malta. The church is known on the island as ...

The megalithic temples of Malta and Gozo

Documents on the temples, coming from unknown civilizations, are already certified by 3800 B.C., and they are all characterized by an unmistakable plant with lobed cells. Here is a list of temples on...

Azure Window – Gozo

The Azure Window, in Maltese language Tieqa Zerqa, is a natural arch which pillars emerge from the sea with a large and perfectly horizontal slab of stone completing the arch beam. Situated in proxim...