Malta | Breathtaking and Amazing Holidays to Malta
Malta: If someone is after something more than just sunbathing on their holiday, the Maltese Islands present an ideal location.
There are no huge distances to travel in Malta, less in Gozo, which enables one to visit more places of interest and still find time for relaxation.
An ideal way to start your tour of the Islands is by visiting the newly updated Malta Experience at the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta, an excellent audio visual programme covering the history of Malta through the Ages.
If someone is interested in exploring Valletta there are many museums and historical sights to visit.
A number of those include the Upper Barrakka Gardens, the National Museum of Archeology, the Fine Arts Museum, the National War Museum, St. Johns Co-Cathedral, the place of the Grand Masters, the Armoury and the Manoel Theatre.
Mdina on the other hand is the old capital of Malta, a typical medieval town, which hosts the Museum of Natural History and the Cathedral.
With some of the temples predating the Pyramids, these sites are certainly worth visiting.
One can view the Maltese Islands and historical harbours from the sea by taking one or more of the popular sightseeing cruises.
Swimming, scuba diving and snorkelling are possible all-year-round.
Windsurfing is very popular, especially in Mellieha Bay, St Paul’s Bay and Bahar Ic-Caghaq.
Mythic features like the megaliths, the medieval dungeons and the Calypso’s Cave make Malta unique to explore.
Tourists visiting Malta have the opportunity to walk through the narrow cobblestone streets that are crowded with renaissance cathedrals and baroque palaces.
Accommodation of all kinds is available throughout Malta, all-inclusive hotels, self catering, private holiday lets and much more.
For those looking to be out exploring, self catering in Malta is a great choice whilst those looking for a package holiday, all-inclusive in Malta is a good option.