All beaches in Malta, Gozo and Comino Islands are excellent and offer you a great opportunity of truly enjoying Mediterranean Sun during your holidays. You have three islands to explore and find out your favorite beach in Malta Island, Gozo Island and the smaller one called Comino Island.
Beaches in Malta Island
Ghajn Tuffieha Beach : You’ll find it next... Read More
There is no way you can resist the temptation to get in the crystal-clear Mediterranean Sea of Malta. The Maltese coastal waters have an average temperature of 73ºF (23ºC) in the summer. They are usually very clean and safe for swimming because there are almost no tides. This means transparent water and a safe place to swim, snorkel or dive near the beach in Malta... Read More
Malta is a bilingual country where the whole population are fluent both in Maltese and English. Maltese people are quite communicative so it will not be hard to establish an interesting conversation with the man on the cloths shop or the woman selling ice creams on the street. All traffic signs, street signs, bus schedules, restaurant menus and shop names are all written in English... Read More
The Maltese food is a delicious mixture of the gastronomy influences left behind by the successive conquerors of the islands of Gozo and Malta. So, expect to be surprised by eating a variety of dishes which can taste like food you had in Italy, the North of Africa, Eastern Mediterranean region, and even Britain. All these flavours put together make for an extremely rich cuisine in... Read More
The Blue Lagoon is one of the best beaches in Malta, situated between the island of Comino and the islet of Cominotto.The crystal clear waters in Blue Lagoon reflect the blue sky with a lovely cyan as well as let you see the pure white sand bottom of this part of the Mediterranean Sea. This long and narrow bay surrounded by rock and a bit of sand is almost like a pool, which... Read More
St.Paul’s Catacombs are a typical complex of interconnected, underground Roman cemeteries that were in use up to the 4th century AD. They are located on the outskirts of the old Roman capital Melite (today’s Mdina), since Roman law prohibited burials within the city. St Paul’s Catacombs represent the earliest and largest archaeological evidence of Christianity in... Read More