Malta is a relatively small country, located 50 miles south of Sicily. It has a very high tourism rate, due to its subtropical climate, sandy beaches and vibrant nightlife. It also has many historic sites from various civilizations, including the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs and the British, who occupied the country. It is wondeful to visit during the warm months of the year, but even in winter it is a pure delight.
1. Hagar Qim and Mnajdra is a temple complex and one of the oldest religious sites on the planet.
2. Mdina, that once served as Malta’s capital, is a fortified town where not more than 300 residents.
3. Marsaxlokk is a traditional fish village and has one of the biggest markets on sundays, where everyone goes to shop.
4. The Golden Bay beach is the most popular beach in the island among local people and tourists as well.