This is Malta!

Awe-inspiring megalithic temples that pre-date the pyramids of Ancient Egypt. Mysterious cart ruts that criss-cross the islands. A true melting pot and fusion of cultures from all around the Mediterranean. A microcosm engulfed by azure skies and sea. Noisy Festas and spectacular firework displays. A rich and varied history punctuated by waves of invasions and colonisations. Mouthwatering pastizzi. A welcoming and friendly populace. Sea, sun and fun. A vibrant night life. Fabled home of Calypso, the mischievous nymph that for seven years held Odysseus captive. This is Malta!

This purpose of this website is to bring Malta to life right on your desktop! Join us as we explore the narrow alleyways of Mdina, the country's ancient capital. Savour the view of the uninhabited island of Filfla off Dingli Cliffs. Immerse yourself in Gozo's prehistory as we pay homage to the ancient temple of Ġgantija.

We look forward to welcoming you to Malta! Merħba!


Għar Dalam - Evidence of Malta
Anchor Bay, as seen from Popeye Village
Ċittadella, Victoria, Gozo
Wignacourt Fountain, Rabat
Ġgantija Temples, Xagħra, Gozo
Effigy of St. paul over Greeks
Valletta Waterfront
Verdala Palace, Buskett Gardens
The Narrow Streets of the Collachio, Birgu
Upper Barrakka Gardens, Valletta
Roman Ruins, Rabat
The Red Tower, Limits of Mellieħa
Cruise Liner at Valletta Waterfront
Monument to War Victims, Siege Bell Monument, Valletta
Tarxien temples
Marsaxlokk Fishing Village
Mediaeval Medina Festival, Mdina
Alexander Ball Monument, Lower Barrakka Gardens, Valletta
Notre dame Gate, Birgu
Għar Dalam - Evidence of Malta's geological past
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 About was conceived as a one-stop resource with you – the traveller, in mind. It has been created by seasoned travellers as an up-to-date, online guide book providing a general perspective of the Maltese islands yet not lacking in the level of detail that satisfies the requirements of all visitors – cursory and thorough alike. We hope that the site will be useful, easy to navigate and a pleasure to use. has been a labour of love. It has been many months in the making and no efforts at all have been spared to produce accurate, thoroughly researched articles.

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