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The Cities

Malta's capital, Valletta, is a small city but a must on any visit to the island. Its historic centre takes us back to the times of the Knights of the Order of Malta, with a fortress that contains most of the tourist attractions. A good starting point for the tour is the Port of Valletta, and from there you can visit other places like the Palace of the Grand Master, the Fort Saint Elmo or the cathedrals of St. John and St. Paul.

The Beaches

Malta is known for having a rocky coast full of cliffs, but there are also sandy beaches open to the public and with tourist services. If you like beaches with turquoise waters and grottoes we especially recommend the Blue Grotto, a natural rock formation surrounded by blue sea. The most peaceful seaside area is in Comino, the third island that makes up Malta. It has no urban areas and is characterized by the Blue Lagoon, perfect for scuba diving or bathing.

The Ruins

The island has a 7,000-year history, which has made Malta an archaeological benchmark. These first megalithic temples include Haga Qim, Mnjadra, Ggantija and the Hypogeum. The latter, for example, was discovered by chance in 1902 and has three levels, the first of which uses caves at a depth of ten metres.