Why Visit Malta?
Malta, a small Mediterranean island nation located south of Italy, is celebrated for rich history, stunning architecture, and crystal-clear waters. The capital city, Valletta, stands as a UNESCO World Heritage site, adorned with historic palaces, fortifications, and Baroque churches.
Malta’s natural beauty is epitomized by rugged coastline, charming fishing villages, and the unique Blue Grotto sea caves. Its history is marked by influences from Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, and European powers, resulting in cultural tapestry reflected in its language, cuisine, and traditions. Malta is renowned for megalithic temples, such as Ħaġar Qim, and as a crucial location in World War II.