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A trip to Malta could mean that you are spoilt for choice when it comes to working out what you want to do during your stay. With so many attractions, where do you start? Here are just a few suggestions.
The most famous cave in Malta is the Blue Grotto and the colours of the water are spectacular. Head to the southwest of the island to the village of Zurrieq early in the morning to see the waters at their best. The area is known for its rocky coastline but once you arrive here you need to travel by boat to the Grotto.
The Grand Harbour has the distinction of being one of the world’s deepest natural harbours. It has been used since the times of the Phoenicians. The Knights of Malta used it as a base and then the British used the harbour for almost 200 years. The size of the harbour is amazing to see and now there are bars and restaurants around it along with the Barrakka Gardens.
The Gozo Citadel is a fortress that dates back around 7000 years. It sits over the city of Victoria and features Baroque architecture and amazing views. You can also take a tour of the Santa Maria Cathedral while you are here and the audio tour is worth the time as it can tell you much more about the dome and the tombstones.
The town of Mdina is a great place to visit and easy to get to when you rent a car in Malta. Mdina has cobbled streets, city walls and the citadel is something that should not be missed. The Palazzo Falson dates back to the 13th century and has a great collection of antiques and art.
For history enthusiasts a trip to the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum is a must. This is an underground complex close to Paola and features chambers, passages and halls. It dates back to 3600BC and was only discovered in the early part of the 20th century. Only a restricted number of visitors are allowed to go so you have to book your place on a tour in advance.
The capital city of Valletta is so easy to get around if you have chosen car rental during your stay. Valletta has a fortress that has now been listed by UNESCO and it dates back to the 16th century. Churches, palaces and museums are all here, just waiting to be explored. Once you have done that, relax in one of the outdoor cafes to enjoy a traditional local dish.