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Located in the heart of the Mediterranean, Malta is a year-round destination with something for everyone!

17th November 2022 - 11:50am

With 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites and 300 days of sunshine there is nowhere better to visit.

Dating back over 7,000 years of history is unmatched. The Megalithic temples of Malta; Ħaġar Qim and Ġgantija point to a mysterious lost civilization.

Whilst countless monuments such as the St Johns Co-Cathedral are incredible feats of beauty and architecture and a legacy of the Knights of Malta which once ruled the archipelago. Lovers of art will also appreciate viewing the only signed Caravaggio painting in the world which is found in this majestic Co-Cathedral.

Malta’s capital city, Valletta is a city break paradise and counts over 320 historical monuments which are easily accessible on foot. Whilst walking around the Capital you can also find plenty of local boutiques to shop in or just enjoy a drink in one of the main squares taking in the atmosphere.

The Upper Barraka Gardens are a must visit and offer some of the best views of the opposing Three Cities, Vittoriosa, Senglea and Cospicua where you can find attractions such as the Maritime Museum, the Malta at War Museum, the Inquisitor’s Palace and of course Fort St Angelo.

Both Valletta and the Three Cities hug the picturesque Grand Harbour where one can take a traditional Luzzu, a Maltese Gondola, and explore the area from the sea. After this, one can finish with a meal at any of these harbour side restaurants which serve fantastic Maltese and international dishes.

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