Malta Sights

At around 30km long, Malta may be just a dot on the world map, but as can be testified by the two million odd tourists that visit the islands every year, there is no shortage of things to see.

From megalithic temples to thriving local traditions in over 60 towns and villages that dot Malta, the sights and sounds of this Mediterranean island will capture your imagination. Band clubs are the social gathering place for Maltese in the village core. Public gardens give some respite from the stifling summer heat and heavily urbanised towns. Museums and historic buildings document the rich history of an island in a strategic marine crossroad. The oldest freestanding prehistoric structures found anywhere in the world leave visitors in awe. Churches, chapels, batteries, forts, shelters, theatres, palazzos and many other landmarks are found across all Malta and, at most, just a short drive away!

The Wignacourt Museum

The Wignacourt Museum is a historical gem situated adjacent to Rabat's Parish Church of St Paul. The original building was commissioned as a baroque residence of the Chaplains of the Knights of Malta...

Casa Rocca Piccola

Casa Rocca Piccola was built in the late 16th Century for Don Pietro La Rocca, a Knight of Malta and an Admiral of the Order and now it is the family home of the 9th Marquis de Piro. It is possible...

Teatru Manoel

Teatru Manoel, built in 1732 by Grand Master Antonio Manoel de Vilhena, and designed to provide Honest Entertainment to the Public, has gone through a lot of changes in its history. Today the Teatru M...

Attard

Attard used to be the smallest of the Three Villages - the cluster of Attard, Lija and Balzan at the centre of the island - but has grown to become the largest of them to almost a bustling town.........

Ghajnsielem

Even as you enter Mgarr Harbour, you will see many of the famous landmarks of Ghajnsielem, the first Gozitan village you will encounter as you disembark from the ferry at Mgarr Harbour and head into.....

Fgura

Fgura is a recently developed residential area that expanded from a handful of farms over the last fifty years or so. It is a modern, self-sufficient town, with spacious roads.........

Dingli

Dingli is a village on the west coast of Malta, perched on a plateau some 200 metres above sea level, at the highest point of Malta. Dingli is quaint village, with the dome of its 17th Century Parish....

Casa Bernard

Casa Bernard is an award winning historic noble house with a splendid restoration acclaimed to be "an exercise in good taste and as one of Malta's hidden gems, full of the charm of bygone days"...