Learn about Malta, a treasure of the Mediterranean where you can explore the historical Valletta, take in the Baroque splendor of St. John's Co-Cathedral, and go swimming in the Blue Lagoon.


Malta is a tiny island republic located in the Mediterranean Sea to the south of Italy. The nation's traditions, architecture, and food all reflect the long history and amazing blending of cultures and influences that it has undergone.

The fortified city of Valletta, the nation's capital and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of Malta's main attractions. The old city's small alleys and baroque architecture make for an exquisite setting while you visit its many museums, galleries, and cathedrals. The historic city of Mdina, often known as the "Silent City" for its quiet ambiance, is another must-visit location.

This country is known for its crystal-clear water of its pristine beaches that enable tourists to experience diving and snorkeling as one of the water activities. The Blue Lagoon on Comino Island is a well-liked location for swimming and tanning, while Mellieha Bay is Malta's biggest sandy beach.

In addition to its cultural and natural wonders, Malta has a thriving nightlife with a wide range of bars, clubs, and casinos. Moreover, tourists can tour the nation's ancient temples, including the megalithic complex of Ħaġar Qim and the Tarxien Temples.

Due to its exceptional blend of breathtaking natural beauty, rich history and culture, delectable cuisine, and dynamic nightlife, Malta is a popular destination for tourists seeking refuge in the Mediterranean.

Best time to visit

April to June, September to November



Primary Language

Maltese, English

Must Try Food

Pastizzi, Rabbit stew, Maltese sausage, Timpana, Bragioli


Euro (EUR)

Time Zone

Central European Time (GMT+1)

Top Picks

Tower of Saint Agatha



Blue Lagoon

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