Malta is such a unique nation that has seven islands and located at the primitive cross-roads of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a country that is limitless with attractive sites and great destinations for any visitor out there.
And the country has three large islands; the Malta, Comino and Gozo; and they cover slightly over 300 square kilometers. What’s more, these islands are the most populated of all the others. Statistics show that Malta nation is considered the tiniest and the most populated of all European countries.
And more fundamentally, the strategic location of this country has a great implication when it comes to politics of governance. Despite the fact that nearly all of its people speak Maltese language, the national language still remains to be English. The Malta’s wealthy history and nature, the language and the perfect location that it enjoys makes this great country an amazing destination for everyone.
If you are the type of person who won’t get satisfied with the sight-seeing alone, you may want to consider the great destinations such as the Gozo and Comino. These two destinations are great in every way possible and have helped define the nation when it comes to adventure tours.
The Gozo and Comino will offer almost every recreational activity that you need. If you love snorkeling, you have great beaches and shallows waters that can be a perfect spot for you.
For those that love diving, you may want to get soaked up when exploring the kind of marine life that Gozo has. You will benefit from great recreational activities that are conducted on the sea as well. You will have your share if you love sun-bathing; you see, the island has a lot of beaches.
If there is a place that can provide a unique playground for a wide range of activities, then it is Malta. Imagine the rich history that the country has – plus the world heritage sites. Of all these great heritage sites, the most conspicuous one is the Ggantiga temples. The Ggantiga temples are thought to be the most ancient of them all – and it is thought that they are more than 5500 years old – the Neolithic age. In fact, the construction is believed to be one of the oldest in the world’s history.
And then there is the ‘Three walled Cities’ of The Malta – Vittoriosa, Cospicua and Senglea – such an astonishing site. The three walls are enclosed by a tremendously huge buttress. They were erected by the knights-errant of Saint John somewhere in 16th centuries. You may also want to catch a glimpse of some amazing sites including the ‘Blue Grotto’, commonly called the Azure Window – a structure that has endured years of harsh weather conditions, but still strong and firmly rooted.