Malta lays in the middle of the Mediterranean for centuries, an archipelago of several island of which 3 are inhabited and contain significant natural wealth and impressive human creations. From ancient history Malta was a crossroad of people and cultures, ideas and philosophies. It manages to impress every visitor through the abundance of its monuments and the special blend of the natural and cultural contrasts, which makes Malta a top tourist destination.
Sunny rocks and emerald waters, endless golden beaches and a feast of colors and aromas turn Malta into a small earthly paradise, capable of offering unique emotions. The island that was reborn by the order of the Knights Hospitaller pleasantly surprises the visitor and reveals its identity through paths of history and memory. From the megalithic monuments that stand for centuries in Ġgantija and the idyllic caves of the island of Gozo, to the Medieval castles and the cathedrals of majesty and baroque architecture. And from the splendid and mysterious city of Mdina to the small and picturesque coastal settlements, mirrored in the blue waters of the Mediterranean, Malta presents the many faces of its unique identity.