Malta is located between North Africa and Europe and the island itself has a long history of conquerors all of which have left the marks culturally and historically over the years. The colourful boast dotted around the marina are thanks to the Venetians, whilst the ramparts and fortresses of Valletta and the Three Cities are due to the Knights of St John.
As you gaze across the skyline of the island you will notice many church spires, there are in fact 366 churches on the island with the most famous being the St John’s Co-Cathedral in the capital along with the Mosta Dome.
Hikers will love the many trails across the island from inland to coastal walks and there are around a hundred dive sites where you can explore underwater wrecks. You will notice that due to its location the sea is nice and warm for swimming, water sports and diving due to its unique location.
Memory making adventures include exploring the Neolithic temples of Mnajdra and the Hypogeum which predate Stonehenge, visiting the three cities of Vittoriosa, Senglea and Cospicua, island hopping and visiting the Blue Lagoon and lastly enjoying the silent city of Mdina which houses palazzos and piazzas.