Visit Malta - What to See & Do in Malta - Top 10 Malta
What to See & Do in Malta. From the crystal clear waters to the Capital Valletta with St. John's Co-Cathedral to the historic capital Mdina to scuba diving at WWII wrecks there is so much to see and do in Malta. The food is amazing with rabbit, drinking some local wines and just enjoying the friendly people. Whether you are on vacation, holiday or working Malta is a nice place to be.
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BLUE GROTTO - YOU MUST SEE THIS IN MALTA
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Blue Grotto of Malta is one of the most beautiful places to see on this island. The Blue Grotto refers to a number of sea caverns on the south east coast of Malta, a short distance off the fishermen's harbour of Wied iż-Żurrieq limits of Qrendi, Malta
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Zurrieq Malta, Fantastic views of Wied Iz Zurrieq, Blue Grotto, Holiday Malta
Fantastic views over wied iz Zurrieq Malta, including part of the blue grotto, boat trips , scuba diving, and the landscapes of the surrounding area. The south of Malta has some exceptional places to visit and experience from the local mediterranean lifestyle, to historic sites, like hagar qim and others, rock climbing, scuba diving and more...
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Malta is a small, island country in the Mediterranean Sea that lies south of the island of Sicily, Italy.
Malta is an archipelago, but only the three largest islands of Malta, Gozo (Għawdex) and Kemmuna (Comino) are inhabited.
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The ancient capital of Mdina, also known as the Silent City, rests at a high point in the heart of the island. Surrounded by the scenic town of Rabat, this fortress is one of Malta's finest jewels, boasting architecture, history and a quality cup of coffee with a splendid view. Mdina gets very peaceful and romantic in the evenings when the day trippers leave.
Valletta is similar in that it boasts a rich history, only being the modern capital, it is very much alive and much more modern, serving as both a shopping area during the day and offering an array of museums and cultural sites. Of particular note is St John's Co-Cathedral, built by one of the earlier Grandmasters of the Knights Hospitaller. It contains the various chapels of the Knights' langues, with Caravaggio paintings, tapestries and various relics of immense value to the Maltese heritage. The very floors of the Cathedral are the tombs of the most famous knights of the Order of St John, and a crypt, though off-limits to tourists, hosts the bodies of some of the most illustrious of Grandmasters, including the city's founder, Jean de Valette.
Must see attractions include the Unesco World Heritage sites such as the Hypogeum and the megalithic temples that can be admired on both Gozo and Malta and are the oldest in the world!
In Gozo, a rural atmosphere is predominant. Billy Connolly purchased a home in Gozo several years ago, owing to the island's quiet and relaxing nature. Visitors will be interested in taking a look at the impressive geographical feature of the Inland Sea, carved out by the Mediterranean. One is also obliged to visit the Citadel, Gozo's version of Mdina. Gozo is situated 5km north west of Malta and can be reached by a 25 minute crossing from Cirkewwa, the harbour of Malta.
For a look into more traditional Maltese life, the seldom seen south of Malta is a possible option for visitation. Townships like Ghaxaq often escape public notice, but some of the island's finest churches lie in the south. The many churches of Malta are testaments to the style and design of their times. Many towns in the north were stripped of their culture due to rapid urbanisation, but this has been felt less in the south of Malta.
If you visit Malta in summer, be sure you visit one of the town/village feast. Every town or village has at least one feast dedicated to a saint. The feast usually lasts for one week (in most cases from Monday to Sunday), with its peak being usually on Saturday. During this week, the village or town will be decorated with several ornaments and work of arts such as statues, lights and paintings on tapestry. In most cases, the feast would also be furnished with fireworks, both air and ground (which are quite spectacular and rather unique to Malta). Every feast has its own characteristics and rivaleries between certain village feasts are quite well-known. Some of the most famous feasts are those of Our Lady of the Lily in Mqabba (third Sunday of June), Saint Philip in Zebbug (second Sunday of June), Mount Carmel in Zurrieq (Sunday before the last of July), Saint Mary of Imqabba, Qrendi (on the 15th of August), Saint Catherine in Zurrieq (first Sunday of September) and the Nativity of Our Lady in Mellieha and Naxxar (on the 8th of September). Organized tours to village feasts for tourists are available as well.
During the month of April, a fireworks contest occurs in the Valletta/Floriana area, where different fireworks factories compete with each other exhibiting their finest works both ground fireworks and air fireworks. It is spectacular and above all its free to attend to.
Quite a few wine festivals are organized during summer, two of which are organized in Valletta and one in Qormi. It is a great experience to taste several Maltese wines at very cheap prices. (In the Qormi festival (September) and Delicata wine festival (August), you buy a 12 euro cup, and you can drink as much as you like; in the Marsovine wine festival (July), you buy a cup and 14 tokens for €10). A beer festival (Jul-Aug) is also organized in Ta' Qali.
Finally, Malta's megalithic temples are the oldest free-standing structures on Earth, and one should not forget to take walks in the countryside. The most popular tourist destinations of Sliema and St. Julians probably have the least to offer as regards a taste of Malta, though they continue to be the most frequented.
Amazing Malta- The Blue Grotto
The Blue Grotto is a number of sea caverns on the south coast of Malta, east of the fishermen's harbour Wied iż-Żurrieq. Wied iz-zurrieq is in the village of Qrendi and the blue grotto cave located within the Qrendi village as per Local Council Act 1993 It is located right across from the small uninhabited islet of Filfla.
Every day from sunrise until about 1 pm a unique sight can be observed here. The location of the cave combined with the sunlight lead to the water mirroring showing numerous shades of blue. Several caverns mirror the brilliant phosphorescent colours of the underwater flora; other caverns show a deep dark shade of blue. Wikipedia
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Adventure on the cliffs of Weid babu / Wied iż-Żurrieq , MALTA
Wied Babu, Wied iż-Żurrieq, Wied tal-Brandina, Wied Magħlaw and the landscape around are very interesting. The cliffs have been fashioned by nature and the elements over the millennia. There are ridges, crags and dangerous slopes. Both from the place known as Il-Munqar and in the limits of Żurrieq there are beautiful views. The top of these cliffs which enjoy fairwinds, tower above the Mediterranean which in sunny weather reflect their image. The grotto has a rugged splendour. opposite the cliffs, about seven kilometers away, is the Islet of Filfla.
Blue Grotto (Taht il-Hnejja - Żurrieq), Malta. Boat trip. Grieg - Morning Mood
After the village of Żurrieq, behind the ravines hides a small bay. When the weather is nice, small boats leave from here to Blue Grotto. In this cave the light plays its rhythm; the corals imbedded in limestones and the algae are sparkling in all colours of the rainbow. The sky looks into the white-sanded seabed, as if it was a mirror and the sea parades in astonishing shades of cobalt blue.
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