Do not be fooled by the small size of Malta and Gozo. They are bursting with laidback tropical vibes with picture perfect beaches and amazing diving, and would you believe that Malta and Gozo also have the highest density of historical sights with extraordinary architecture making a paradise of history and nature lovers alike.
Between Sicily and the North African Coast, the tiny Mediterranean nation of Malta and Gozo is one of the best beach destinations in Europe. Whether you want to lounge at the beach, snorkel in the underwater jungle, explore the depths of the Mediterranean, or wonder around the 5000 year-old Necropolis, you can do it all there.
You could write a book on the number of celebrations and holidays they have here in Malta and Gozo. During the summer, you will find festivals for art, jazz, beer and wine along with the annual isle of MTV events. Both Malta and Gozo island have picturesque costal walks. These are paths you can take a walk around the entire island, which is a great way to see lots of different views. While the main island of Malta has amazing nightlife and ultra-popular spots, Gozo Island Is the perfect place to unwind. Dotted with sandy beaches and rocky coves, the pace life is a lot slower here.
Discover the Blue Lagoon on Comino Island
Just a short boat ride from the main island,Comino Island is a haven for snorkelers, divers, and windsurfers from around the planet. Named after the cumin that grows all over the island, this incredible place is thick with fragrant wild herbs and flowers. While the smell is amazing, the real jewel of this Maltese island is the famous Blue Lagoon. One of the most beautiful beaches in Malta, the the Blue Lagoon on Comino Island is well worth the trip. Located on the tiny, car-free islands of Comino, it’s the perfect Mediterranean escape.
Take in the breath-taking sights and history
Visiting a new country means having fun and relaxing with your friends and family while you explore the local culture, traditions and history. Moreover, in the case of Malta and Gozo, you will step into a place with 7000 years of history which is reflected in the island’s national architecture. The capital city of Gozo Island has a population of just under 7,000 people but don’t be fooled, it oozes with antiquity, beautiful ruins and style. It packs a lot into a little space. Known as Rabat or ir-Rabat in Maltese, Victoria is a glimpse into what Malta looked like before it was a tourist hotspot. It’s easy to just wander around and take in the beauty of the town.
Whether you want to experience the Maltese cuisine which is a real eclectic blend of different Mediterranean influences, hit the open market shops, explore the historical sights, snorkel or visit the sandy beaches, the activities are endless.
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