Nomad Travel Photos of Malta | Explore The Nomad Way
Malta is a fascinating archipelago south of Italy, in the Mediterranean Sea. It's small landmass however there's a huge variety of things to discover and it has immense historic significance. As it's located in the centre of the Mediterranean, the area has been fought over fiercely which has led to vast fortifications that need to be seen to be believed. That combined with rocky coastlines, limestone cliffs and golden beaches with crystal clear water, it's a wonderful place to explore. Don't miss:
- Valletta - A Unesco World Heritage site, referred to as 'one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world'.
- St John's Co-Cathedral - Malta's most impressive church, encrusted with rich ornamentation.
- The Three Cities - A wonderful mix of buildings and fortresses, with an authentic insight into Maltese life, and without the crowds.
- Ġgantija Temples - Large megalithic temples with 6m high walls, spanning over 40m and dating from 3600 to 3000 BC.
- Mdina - One of Europe's finest examples of an ancient walled city with a mix of medieval and baroque architecture.
- Marsaxlokk & St.Peter's Pool - An idyllic fishing village just a few kilometres walk from a stunning natural swimming pool.
- Popeye Village - A purpose-built film set village that's now a fun park. A great place to spend the afternoon.
- Golden Bay - one of the island's best large beaches, with golden sand and warm water.
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