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This wonderful, relaxing, full day cruise around the Island of Malta showcases the spectacle that is the Maltese coastline. We cruise close to shore, catching glimpses of Hassan’s cave, Pretty Bay and the impressive cliffs at Dingli.
Cruise on this beautiful wooden Turkish Gulet around the island of Malta to the smaller islands of Gozo and Comino. You will also visit the spectacular Blue Lagoon and have plenty of swimming opportunities.
An exclusive organized full day jeep tour on the island of Gozo. The best possible way to discover the most beautiful hidden charms of Gozo and the opportunity of taking dramatic photographs of the breathtaking scenery plus all the highlights of Gozo.
“The island nation of Malta is a top-notch tourist haven with its tropical Mediterranean climate and long stretches of excellent sandy beaches. Although the sun and sands of the Maltese beaches serve as a major visitor attraction, the island nation has much more to offer, especially for art and history buffs. This unique combination of extreme natural beauty and rich artistic and cultural heritage makes Malta a sought-after holiday location.”
Historical Buildings - Malta is home to some of the oldest standing manmade buildings in the world. Visitors can a wide range of Norman and baroque style historical buildings in the region. Fort St. Elmo is among the must-see sites in the capital city of Valletta. Vittoriosa has Fort St. Angelo to show along with which there are numerous historical buildings such as the majestic Fort Mosta, Fort Madliena, Fort Rinella and Manoel Theater.
Gardens - Despite the low rainfall sums that Malta receives, it is overwhelmingly rich with attractive public gardens. The wide range of gardens display unique exotic plants not found anywhere else on the planet. Many of the gardens are situated to enable a great view of the sea amidst the greenery. A few of the must-see gardens of Malta are the Upper and Lower Baracca Gardens in Valletta, Argotti Botanical Gardens in Florina, Romeo Romano Garden in Santa Venera and the Old Railway Station Garden in Msida.
Museums - Malta has managed to preserve and collect its rich art heritage and proudly displays their magnanimous collection of paintings, sculptures and archaeological findings in numerous museums. The National Museum of Fine Arts and the National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta showcase the nation’s best collection. The War Museum of Valletta is another interesting experience. The Taxien Temples have been converted into a museum for visitors to explore. Malta also houses the oldest manmade structure on Earth; it is the well-known Hagar Qim Temple in Qrendi. Other prominent museums include the History Museum of Roman Antiquities in Rabat, The National Museum of Natural History in Mdina, and the Inquisitor’s Palace in Paola.
Churches - The numerous religious structures that dot Malta’s landscape serve as a major tourist attraction. Among the most prominent church buildings is the St. John’s Co-Cathedral, which is situated in the city of Valletta. The foundation for this classical building was created in 1573 by the Knights of Malta and the renowned local architect Gerolamo Cassar is credited for designing the awe-inspiring structure. The building is just as impressive on the inside with interior design displaying the magnificence of the Calabrian artist Knight Mattia Preti. Other terrific church buildings include the Cathedrals of St. Paul in Mdina, The Rotunda in Mosta, St. Publius Church in Florina, and the San Pawl Milqghi Chapel in Burmarrad.
Gozo - This green, hilly and ragged region in makes up for one third of Malta’s island stretch. It is known for its intense natural beauty in the form of caves and coves along the sandy beaches and green inlands. Gozo offers visitors a chance to relish in the tranquility of its natural beauty while taking advantage of the deluxe hotels, amazing restaurants, and bustling nightlife.
The ferry trip at Gozo is an exciting ride to take, as you will get to witness the remarkable Blue Lagoon at Comino. If you are interested in getting an aerial view of the region, helicopter services from the Malta International Airport will provide services.
When it comes to tantalizing your taste buds on your trip to Malta, each region will have something special to offer. The cuisine of Malta will give you a taste of fusion of different cultures with a Mediterranean character. Gozo in particular is known for its fresh food, such as the Gbejniet, Ftira biz zejt, Ross il For, and Pastizzi; these being some of the most delicious local dishes.
Malta's weather and climate are strongly influenced by the sea and have a Mediterranean flavor. There are hot, dry summers, warm and wet autumns and short, cool winters with rainfall. The majority of the rain falls between October and March. June July and August are normally quite dry months. Summers are warm, dry and very sunny, between April and August there are daytime temperatures of around 30C (86F). Winters are mild and daytime temperatures never fall below 10ºC (50ºF), while nighttime winter temperatures never fall below 0ºC (32ºF). Hence, snow never falls in Malta.
An exclusive organized full day jeep tour on the island of Gozo. The best possible way to discover the most beautiful hidden charms of Gozo and the opportunity of taking dramatic photographs of the breathtaking scenery plus all the highlights of Gozo. More
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