Travel to Malta and discover the heavenly Archipelago of the Mediterranean
Malta has been “floating” in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea for centuries An island complex of great natural wealth and impressive human creation. As a constant crossroads of peoples and cultures, ideas and civilizations, Malta manages to impress every visitor through the abundance of its monuments and the particular patchwork of its natural and cultural contrasts, which make it a top tourist destination.
Sunny rocks and emerald waters, endless golden beaches and a feast of colors and aromas transform Malta into a small paradise on earth, capable of offering unique emotions.
The island that was reborn by the order of the Knights Hospitaller, pleasantly surprises the visitor and reveals his identity through routes of history and heritage.
From the megalithic monuments that have stood there for centuries in Grantija and the idyllic caves of the island of Gozo, to the Medieval castles (St. Elmo) and the magnificence of baroque architecture of its cathedrals (St. John' s).
From the glamorous and noble capital of Valletta to the "silent" and mystical city of Mdina and from the cute villages of the Maltese hinterland to the small and picturesque seaside settlements, reflected in the blue waters of the Mediterranean, Malta unfolds the many faces of its unique identity.
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