Sweethaven – Popeye Village

Popeye Village Malta has grown from its days as a Film Set of the 1980 Musical Production 'Popeye' into one of the major tourist attractions on the Maltese Islands filled with a number of colorful fun activities for all young and young at hea...

Splash & Fun Water Park

As part of The Mediterraneo Park, one also finds The Splash and Fun Water Park, which is a an outdoor, large, water park (weather permitting). At this park one finds a variety of swimming pools, water slides, Splash Land, Dinosaur Park, a large wave ...

Malta National Aquarium

The Malta National Aquarium situated in Qawra, holds over 175 different species of fish. Found in 26 tanks, the fish where brought from the Indian Ocean, and species vary from horn and black tip sharks, eels, manta rays and  many more exotic fis...

Mediterraneo Marine Park

The Mediterraneo is one of the leading island attractions with visitors to our islands. It is found on the the north east coast, in Bahar ic-Caghaq. This park has a great selection of marine mammals, such as sea lions, parrots, reptiles and the favou...

Playmobil Fun Park

The Playmobil Fun Park offers all children the opportunity to experience toys in a fun filled, safe environment. Understanding the importance of imaginative play, Playmobil pays great attention to detail, creating intricate and fun toys that adhere t...

Beaches

Blue Lagoon, Comino Island Golden Bay, LO Mellieha Gnejna Bay, LO Mgarr, Malta Hondoq ir-Rummien, Gozo Mgarr ix-Xini, Gozo  Mellieha Bay, Mellieha Paradise Bay, Mellieha  Pretty Bay, Birzebbuga  Ramla Ba...

St Paul’s Catacombs

Outside the old Roman capital Mdina, we can find St Paul’s Catacombs, which is a typical complex of interconnected, underground Roman cemeteries, which were used until the 4th Century AD. St. Paul's Catacombs represent the earliest and larg...

The Citadel, Gozo

On the tiny island of Gozo, Malta’s sister island; all roads lead to Rabat, which is the capital city of the Island. Here in Rabat / Victoria, one also finds the Citadel, which can be seen from nearly all parts of the Island. The Citadel in Goz...

St John’s Co-Cathedral

St John’s Co Cathedral was built as a church for The Knights of St John, the Grand Masters and several Knights, would donate gifts of high artistic value and used to do huge contributions to enrich this church, with the finest and best works of...

St Agatha Tower (The Red Tower)

St Agatha’s Tower aka The Red Tower, is a prominent Red Tower, found perched over Melliehas beautiful golden beaches and countryside. In 1647 during the reign of Grand Master Lascaris de Castellar, the Tower was built to strengthen the northern...

St Agatha’s Catacombs

A naturally built cave, which was beneath the oldest parish church in Malta (Rabat), was altered into a crypt, which was the typical underground Christian cemeteries of the time. The underground catacombs are very extensive and hold various galleries...

San Anton Palace & Gardens

Found in the quaint village of Attard, one can find the charming and one of the most beautiful gardens in Malta, with a beautiful variety of flowers and plants.  The garden has been open to the public since 1882 and was built by Grand Master Ant...

Palace Armoury

The Palace Armoury is one of the world’s largest collections of arms and armour that is still housed in its original building. The Knights of St John themselves were a unique brotherhood of determined warrior monks.  This Palace carries on...

Saluting Battery

Originally built in the 16th Century, and found on the lower part of the St Peter and St Paul Bastion in Valletta, one finds the Old Saluting Battery, which was still in use up to 1960. The battery functioned as a master time keeper, and the gun shot...

Palazzo Parisio

Palazzo Parisio described as “An 18th century palace, a treasure trove of delightful artefacts and a beloved home.” Located in the heart of picturesque Naxxar, this stately home is a place of wonder that begs to be explored. On your vis...

National War Museum

Fort St Elmo hosts The National War Museum, whoch has an incredible collection of objects from the prehistoric times on our Islands. They are displayed in chronogligical order and start as early as the Bronze Age, which is around 2500 B.C. Two halls ...

National Museum of Archeology

At the Auberge de Provence in Valletta, which was house to the Knights originating from Provence and France, one finds the National Museum of Archeology. An impressive range of artefacts, dating back to Malta’s Neolithic period (5000BC) up to t...

National Museum of Fine Arts

Portraying a varied overview of arts and artistic expression, and set in a complementing historic building is The National Museum of Fine Arts. Collections vary from the Late Medieval period to contemporary pieces.  The palace was officially ina...

National Library of Malta

In 1555, through an announcement by Fra Claude de la Sengle (Grand Master of the Order of St John), the idea of a public library in Malta was born. This came up so all books in the legacy of the knights who passed out were passed on to the Common Tre...

Mnajdra Temples

About 500 metres away from Hagar Qim Temples, one finds Mnajdra Temples, which consist of 3 structures. facing a common oval forecount. The first structure, which is the oldest one, dates back to Ggantija phase (3600 – 3200 B.C.). The South Tem...

Mgarr Second World War Shelter

The World War II shelter found in Mgarr, Malta, is one of the largest underground shelters of its kind, (12m deep and an overall length of 255m), which was used by the Maltese during the Siege of Malta.  Due to Malta’s vitally important st...

Mosta Dome

Known for being the third largest rotunda dome in the world, The Mosta Dome is probably the most extraordinary church in Malta, having a massive rotunda, with an internal diameter of 37.2 metres. The Mosta church is dedicated to the Assumption of Our...

Manoel Theatre & Museum

Built in 1731, by the Grand Master Manoel de Vilhena, The Manoel Theatre, today stands as one of the oldest working theatres in Europe. The theater was built to entertain the Knights of Malta at the time, today the Manoel Theatre is a baroque gem wit...

Malta Maritime Museum

The Malta Maritime Museum is found within the Old Naval Bakery in Vittoriosa, where the Marina Grande helps visitors chart 7,000 years of history under one roof. The Museum shows the global nature of seafaring and its impact on Malta’s society....

Malta Aviation Museum

Discover the rich aviation history of Malta, wether you are an aviation enthusiasts or not, something will definitely catch your eye and rise your interest. This museum is located in the former Royal Air force station in Ta Qali, where it homes many ...

Malta Classic Car Museum

Featuring an remarkable collection of over 100 classic cars and motorbikes, which takes you back to the golden age, the Malta Classic Car Museum is found in Qawra. Here one can also find interesting collection model cars, and various items of motorin...

Knights of Malta

Interested in the tales and the life of the Crusader Knights…? Interested in discovering how in 1530, Grand Master L’Isle Adam entered the Gates of Mdina? The Knights of Malta captures great scenes of all of this and more… this wi...

Inquisitors Palace

The Inquisitor’s Palace, situated in the heart of Vittoriosa, is one of the very few surviving palaces of its kind which, in the early modern period could be found all over Europe and South America. Mgr Pietro Dusina arrived in Malta in 1574 as...

Hagar Qim Temples

As the remains at Hagar Qim Temples suggest, this site is from 3600 – 3200 B.C., which is known as the Ggantija phase in local Prehistory.  The site consists of a central building and the remains of at least two more structures. The large ...

Hal Safieni Hypogeum

The Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum is an underground prehistoric burial site. Discovered in 1902 during construction works, the site was first excavated by Fr Emmanuel Magri between 1904 and 1906. The Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum is a complex made up of interconnect...

Gozo 360

Gozo’s past and an insight of Gozo today…. All of this has been captured in a marvelous vision and sound experience in Gozo itself. A beautiful collection of music, legend, Gozitan history and spectacular scenery has been carefully set u...

Grandmasters Palace

Right in Palace Square, the Grand Master’s Palace has been the house of government in Malta for a long time, It was first used by the knights, then by the British, and now it is host of the President’s office. When parliament in not being...

Girgenti Palace

The Girgenti Palace, is also known as the Inquisitor’s Palace, as it was actually built by Inquisitor Onorto Visconti in 1625.  The Palace enjoys beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and gardens, onsite there is also a chapel w...

Ggantija Temples

One of the most important archeological sites found on the Maltese Islands, more specifically on the Island of Gozo, in Xaghra, one finds the Ggantija Temples. Ggantija temples are also listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and they date back to ...

Ghar Dalam & Museum

The Cave of Ghar Dalam, is an important site for its Palaeontology, archaeology and ecology on our Islands. Towards the end of the 19th Centruy, following a series of excavations, Ghar Dalam was discovered, when a series of animal bones and human rem...

Fort Rinella

Fort Rinella was built in 1878 by the British, at the time it was the most technologically advanced war machine, it was powered by coal-fired steam driven hydraulics. This Fort, which was one of four 100-ton gun batteries, built to protect harbours i...

Fort St Angelo

The crown of the Maltese military history is nothing but, Fort St Elmo  According to legends, the fort is exactly on the site of a fortified Roman settlement.  In 1530, when the Knights arrived n Malta, the Fort became the seat of the Grand...

Casa Rocca Piccola

Casa Rocca Piccola is a 16th-century palazzo, and the family home of the 9th Marquis de Piro. The Palazzo is still habituated, however this is still open to the public, whereby visitors can have a look and see the priviledged lifestyle of the aristoc...

The Malta Experience

Found in the UNESCO World Heritage capital; Valletta, one find’s The Malta Experience, which is Malta’s premier historical attraction. At the Malta Experience, you can learn all about the Islands long and turbulent history, which is done ...

Bars & Clubs

On the Maltese Islands one can find many several cities and towns which offer a great nightlife experience. The main towns we can mention are; Paceville in St Julians, Bugibba, Mellieha, Marsaskala and Rabat. Nowadays a lot of typical wine bars and r...

Theatres

During the 17th and 18th centuries operas, pageants, theatre and dramatic productions were in high demand, as the Maltese embraced what had previously been entertainment for the nobles only.  Shows were being put up by amateurs and professionals...

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Festas & Festivals

A large number of annual religious festivities and cultural events take place throughout the year on the Maltese Islands.  During the summer months, every weekend one or more feasts are celebrated in different villages and towns, honouring the...

Tigne’ Point, Sliema

The place for that classic photo view of Valletta, with the Catholic and Anglican Cathedrals vying for attention on the city skyline. The area is still under development but you can walk far enough on the new walkways to take that photo!

St Paul’s Island

Christianity in Malta is about 2000 years old, and according to traditioin, it was brought to our Islands by no one but Apostle Paul himself in A.D.60. Whilst traveling to Rome, together with another 274 people, they were causght in a violent storm, ...

Barrakka Gardens Valletta

The Barakka Gardens, are two separate gardens, on is the Upper Barakka and the other is the Lower Barrakka Garden which are located at the entrance of Valleta, Malta’s capital city.  The Upper Barakka Garden is found next to Castille Pal...

Mellieha Village & Sanctuary

Mellieħa is a picturesque village located in the Northwest part of Malta. Mellieħa took its name from the ancient Punic and Roman salt-terms, as Mellieha means salt in Arabic. This village is one of Malta’s most attractive tourist and summer re...

St Agatha Tower (The Red Tower), Mellieha

St Agatha’s Tower aka The Red Tower, is a prominent Red Tower, found perched over Melliehas beautiful golden beaches and countryside. In 1647 during the reign of Grand Master Lascaris de Castellar, the Tower was built to strengthen the northern...

Fungus Rock & Inland Sea, Gozo

At 65-metre high, in Dwejra Bay, we find the Fungus Rock, which is also known locally as “il-Gebla tal-General”. During the times of the Knights of St John, a commander discovered a plant which is known as Malta Fungus or Cynomorium cocci...

Kalkara

Kalkara is a small town with an area of 1.75km2 and a population of around 3,000 people. Kalkara is located in the Eastern part of Malta and it looks over the Grand Harbour. This town, has two bays leading to the Grand Harbour known as Rinella Bay an...

Calypso Cave, Gozo

Overlooking the beautiful Ramla Bay beach in Gozo, just off a cliff on Xaghra, one can find Calypso Cave. This site is thought to be the same cave Homer mentioned in `The Odyssey' where Calypso, the beautiful nymph, kept Odysseus as a `prisoner o...

Dingli Cliffs, Dingli

On the Western coast of Malta, off the village of Dingli, are located Dingli cliffs, which are the highest point of Malta, at around 253 metres above sea-level. Back in the days, the cliffs were also seen as natural forts, as no attacker could approa...

Blue Grotto, Zurrieq

The Blue Grotto Malta caves are one of the natural wonders which should not be missed whilst visiting Malta. Blue Grotto is found on the outskirts south of the village of Zurrieq, near Wied iz-Zurrieq, on the southern part of Malta. The Blue Grotto...

Azure Window, Gozo

The Azure window is a natural arch that looks like a table over the sea. Two almost perpendicular vertical rocks hold a huge horizontal mass over them; a result of extensive fault-ins, as well as the wind and wave action on the rocks. It attracts a h...

Mgarr Harbour - Gozo

Walk up past the Grand Hotel and along the road to Nadur/Qala, and look out and over both Comino and Malta, tracking with your eye the route the ferry takes. Again, sunset is the time to see it at its best. The landscape blurs a bit, and somehow you ...