The Maltese islands offer everything you can dream of from temples to forts and other historic landmarks. In Malta you can go from sunning in luxury on the sandy beaches in the morning to being pampered in any one of the many luxury spas or enjoying some invigorating rock climbing or water sports in the afternoon. Then in the evening you can get your groove on at a local club, watch fireworks over the moonlit water or take a step back and slow down on the tranquil sister islands of Gozo or Comino.
Archeological findings from the area date back to 5000 BC. All of that history makes the Malta region one of the most diverse and interesting areas to visit. You will find ancient temples of rock hewn into mountainsides, and travel grooved cart tracks created by wooden wheels on soft limestone from centuries ago.
All thorough Malta you can visit the wondrous art and architecture created by the Greek and Phoenician inhabitants that arrived on the islands around 700 BC, or visit the historic capital in Valletta. Mixed in with all that tourism are warm, sandy beaches, fun water sports, and lush countryside to hike through while you retrace the footsteps of St. Paul or check out the place where the Knights of St. John defended Christendom.
There's something for everyone in Malta. Relax on an island cruise, tour history and still have time to party away the night. Learn how to water ski, enjoy rock climbing or magnificent hikes. Enjoy open air concerts, Jet-skiing or parakiting along the sandy beaches, and the kids will just love the old Popeye Village film set. The island of Malta is home to some of the most beautiful artwork in the world, and you will find a mix of contemporary and antique work as well as architecture that spans the ages. The beauty of Malta is that it has so much to offer in such a small space. In just a few kilometers, you have access to everything right at your fingertips. Malta has what you want and iMalta helps you find it.