Malta's capital city Valletta is one of Europe's smallest and most unique fortified cities. Valletta was built by the Knight's of Malta in the 16th century and is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wander it's streets at your leisure and discover more about this wonderful city.
Game of Thrones in Malta
If your a fan of Game of Thrones then Malta is perfect for you. Several locations in Malta and Gozo were used for filming throughout Season 1. These included locations in Mdina, Valletta and Gozo. Discover where Daenery married Khal Drogo or where Ned Stark confronted Cersei Lanaster.
Once Malta's capital city, Mdina was the centre of the Maltese nobility and religious authorities. Today Mdina is one of the top tourist attractions in Malta. It's quite charm, winding streets and amazing architecture and fortifications are definitely worth exploring.
The Magic Of Gozo
Gozo, Malta's sister island is well known for it's slow pace of life, rural feel and incredible scenery. The island is rich and varied, from ancient temples and fortifications to beautiful scenery. Believed to have been the home of the sea nymph Calypso, Gozo is a magical place to visit.
Diving in Malta
Over 80 dive sites exist throughout Malta, Gozo and Comino. The crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean ensure visibility here is usually very good at 20-30 metres on most dives. The Off shore reef structures, cave diving and some very interesting wrecks provide for some spectacular diving. Most dives in Malta can be done from the shoreline and dives vary from 12 -50 metres in places.
Hosting one of the finest collections of memorabilia from World War II and Malta's military past. Among the exhibits are an Italian E-Boat, anti-aircraft guns and the famous George Cross awarded to Malta by King George VI.
Filled with exhibits based on Malta's role in aviation during World War II. The Ta' Qali based museum was once an RAF station and was noted as one of the most bombed airfields in the world during the second world war.