Malta Towns and Villages

With such a rich history and culture, every town and village in Malta and Gozo has its own story to tell. Here is your opportunity to explore Maltese localities' points of interest, including an array of photos, 360 virtual tours and videos.

On these islands, even within the most modern housing estates may lurk prehistoric remains which were discovered while digging foundations. Most older localities have a rich heritage that goes through the ages, and many boast beautiful buildings from the era of the Romans, the Knights or the British eras. Old and new co-exist, with characteristic village cores giving way to more modern peripheries, and sixty-eight Local Councils ensure the constant up-keep and embellishment of their respective locality. Communities in Malta and Gozo developed around the establishment of a local Parish, which still today constitutes the centre of much of the village culture culminating in the local Maltese festa. Browse through the multimedia offered to have a virtual online experience, then visit these localities to truly experience the reality of Maltese village life!

Isla - Senglea

Like most of the walled cities of Malta, the way to truly appreciate Senglea is on foot. Visit the Church of St.Philip and that of Our Lady of Victories and head to the tip of the peninsula to enjoy..


Birkirkara has been the most populated and largest locality in Malta since the Middle Ages, although archeological evidence suggests that the area has been inhabited since prehistoric times as well as


Mellieha, which has been awarded the title of European Destination of Excellence by the European Union, covers one of the largest areas in Malta, taking up most of the north of the island.


Gharb lies on the West side of Gozo - indeed some say its name derives from the Arabic word for sunset - with the sea on one side and the villages of St Lawrence and Ghasri on the other.

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The best time to visit Qormi is during one of its many cultural events such as the Malta Springfest, the Qormi Wine Festival and the Qormi Bread Festival. Qormi also organises many sports events inclu


Mgarr is famous with the Maltese for being one of the best places to enjoy typical Maltese specialities such as "stewed rabbit" and "snails in garlic" in a more rural environment.


Hal Kirkop is a small village in the south of Malta bordering Luqa, Mqabba, Safi and Zurrieq. Kirkop has an intriguing history. Research has shown remarkable traces of Phoenecian bloodline prevalent


Mtarfa is set on a hill of fertile land just across the Valley from Mdina. For many years nothing was there but stretches of cultivated land. In the late 1800s, the British Army selected this locat