Gozo Tastes

Gozo’s local food – keeping it small but just right in Gozo Tradition seasons the food and drink of Gozo. Here you can enjoy an eclectic mix of cuisines inherited throughout Gozo’s rich historical past including Phoenician, Roman and Arab visitors and more recently, Italian, French and British colonial rules. Today, Gozitan cuisine promotes the […]

Gozo

The most reward extra mile for Gozo has an incredibly active year-round cultural life From Knights’ watchtowers to mythical caves, tiny chapels to the towering Gozo Citadel, nineteenth-century aqueducts to timeless hills and valleys, Gozo has plenty of sights to see both natural and historic – and all conveniently packed into a small island that […]

Gozo Archaeological Sites

Gozo’s rich early history makes for some fascinating archeaological tourism. First settled around 5500BC, by 3600BC Gozo’s people had began to build and carve in stone. They created temples, statues and subterranean burial complexes similar to those on the main island of Malta but otherwise unique in the world. Chief amongst the archeaological sites is […]

Malta By Night Tour

ee Malta’s Main Attractions by Night When darkness falls, Malta’s famous landmarks are illuminated and you willl surely see some of the Island’s impressive views. The Malta by Night Tour is organised from March to Mid-November on Monday, Wednesday & Friday. The tour leaves from Bugibba and passes through various areas. All buses are equipped […]

North Tour Hop On Hop Off

North Tour Malta Sightseeing explore Malta through the camera’s eyes take a look at the marvellous sites and spots of Malta See Malta’s Northern Area from the Top Deck of our Open Buses   Your tour takes you around Malta’s Panoramic North. You have the chance to stop in all famous landmarks of our beautiful […]

Senglea

Senglea (Maltese: L-Isla [ˈlɪslɐ]), also known by its title Città Invicta (or Civitas Invicta), is a fortified city in the South Eastern Region of Malta. It is one of the Three Cities in the Grand Harbour area, the other two being Cospicua and Vittoriosa, and has a population of slightly below three thousand people. The city’s title Città Invicta was given because it managed to resist the Ottoman invasion at the Great Siege of Malta in 1565. The […]

Ghar Dalam

Għar Dalam (“Cave of Dalam” (a fifteenth century family name), IPA: [aːr ‘dalam])[A] is a 144 metre long phreatic tube and cave,[1] or cul-de-sac, located in the outskirts of Birżebbuġa, Malta. The cave contains the bone remains of animals that were stranded and subsequently became extinct in Malta at the end of the Last Glacial Maximum. It has lent its name to the Għar Dalam phase in Maltese prehistory, and […]

Vittoriosa Waterfront

Birgu (Maltese: Il-Birgu [ɪlˈbɪrɡʊ], Italian: Vittoriosa), also known by its title Città Vittoriosa (“Victorious City“), is an old fortified city on the south side of the Grand Harbour in the South Eastern Region of Malta. The city occupies a promontory of land with Fort Saint Angelo at its head and the city of Cospicua at its base. Birgu is ideally situated for safe anchorage, and over time it has developed a very long […]

Ggantija Temples

Some of the megaliths of the Ġgantija Temples exceed five metres in length and weigh over fifty tons. Giants were believed to have constructed these prehistoric temples and that is from where their name originates. Certainly, these ancient structures represent a phenomenal cultural, artistic and technological development in a very early period in human life. Consisting of […]

Hagar Qim

Ħaġar Qim (Maltese pronunciation: [ħadʒar ˈʔiːm]; “Standing/Worshipping Stones”) is a megalithic temple complex found on the Mediterranean island of Malta, dating from the Ġgantija phase (3600-3200 BC).[1] The Megalithic Temples of Malta are among the most ancient religious sites on Earth,[2] described by the World Heritage Sites committee as “unique architectural masterpieces.”[3] In 1992 UNESCO recognized Ħaġar Qim and four other Maltese megalithic structures as World Heritage Sites.[4] V. Gordon Childe, Professor of Prehistoric European Archeology and director of the Institute of Archaeology in […]

President Palace

San Anton Palace (Maltese: Il-Palazz Sant’Anton) is a palace in Attard, Malta that currently serves as the official residence of the President of Malta. It was originally built in the early 17th century as a country villa for Antoine de Paule, a knight of the Order of St. John. It was expanded into a palace following de Paule’s election as Grand Master in 1623. The palace was […]

Rabat – The Roman Villa

The Domus Romana (Latin for “Roman House”), stylized as the Domvs Romana (after Latin’s lack of distinction between u and v), is a ruined Roman-era house located on the boundary between Mdina and Rabat, Malta. It was built in the 1st century BC as an aristocratic town house (domus) within the Roman city of Melite. In the 11th century, a Muslim cemetery was established on the remains of the […]

Mdina and The North

Mdina (Maltese: L-Imdina [lɪmˈdɪnɐ]; Phoenician: 𐤌𐤋𐤉𐤈𐤄‎, Melitta, Ancient Greek: Μελίττη Melíttē, Arabic: مدينة‎ Madinah, Italian: Medina), also known by its titles Città Vecchia or Città Notabile, is a fortified city in the Northern Region of Malta, which served as the island’s capital from antiquity to the medieval period. The city is still confined within its walls, and has a population of just under 300, but it is contiguous with the town of Rabat, which takes its name from […]

Sacra Infermeria

La Sacra InfermeriaThe Sacra Infermeria, the Holy Infirmary of the Knights of St John, has seen over 400 years of vivid human history as generations of patients have passed through its doors. These ancient walls have witnessed triumph and tragedy, selfless care and unspeakable suffering, medical innovation and sad decay. It’s as though the very […]

The Malta Experience

The Malta Experience is an audio-visual show that tells the dramatic story of the islands’ 7000 year history. Educational, informative and entertaining, the show runs through the turbulent history of a small island nation that has overcome almost unimaginable odds to survive and prosper. Situated in a purpose-built panoramic auditorium, the show chronicles Malta’s unique […]

War Museum and St Elmo

Fort St Elmo – National War MuseumVisitors at Fort St Elmo can enjoy a twofold experience. Originally intended as a war machine, the fort was built in a strategic location to face and hold back the menacing Ottoman attacks. This dominating position now offers unobstructed panoramic views of the harbours and the surrounding towns and […]

The Armoury

The Palace ArmouryThe Palace Armoury is a showcase of the opulence of the Knights of St John. Ruling the Maltese Islands from 1530 to 1798, these knights formed a unique brotherhood of resolute warrior monks who defended the Catholic faith against the relentless attacks of the Ottoman Turks. A visit to the Armoury’s collection will […]

The Grand Master Palace

The Grandmaster’s Palace (Maltese: Il-Palazz tal-Granmastru), officially known as The Palace (Maltese: Il-Palazz), is a palace in Valletta, Malta. It was built between the 16th and 18th centuries as the palace of the Grand Master of the Order of St. John, who ruled Malta, and was also known as the Magisterial Palace (Maltese: Palazz Maġisterjali). […]

St John Co-Cathedral

St John’s Co-Cathedral (Maltese: Kon-Katidral ta’ San Ġwann) is a Roman Catholic co-cathedral in Valletta, Malta, dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. It was built by the Order of St. John between 1572 and 1577, having been commissioned by Grand Master Jean de la Cassière as the Conventual Church of Saint John (Maltese: Knisja Konventwali […]

Valletta

Valletta (/vəˈlɛtə/, Maltese: il-Belt Valletta, Maltese pronunciation: [vɐˈlːɛtːɐ]) is the capital city of Malta. Located in the South Eastern Region of the main island, between Marsamxett Harbour to the west and the Grand Harbour to the east, its population in 2014 was 6,444,[4] while the metropolitan area around it has a population of 393,938.[2] Valletta […]