Malta is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe but it’s not just the superb weather that attracts thousands of holidaymakers each and every year. There are plenty of attractions, such as the Museum of Roman Antiquities, the Grand Master’s Palace, the beautiful natural bahces and the quiet fishing villages.
There are so many different aspects to absorb and the culture is extremely unique, while the dishes are rustic, and actually rather homeseome. Pastry is often used while there’s a hint of Italian with the pasta dishes. Malta benefits from some quite stunning architectural buildings, while the people are extremely welcoming.
You can spend time in the busy shopping areas, visit the clubs or just enjoy a peaceful stay on the other side of the island, and whether you’re looking for a peaceful get away or a busy tourist holiday, Malta is well suited for both.