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Where To Go While In Malta

Beaches & Bays

Anchor Bay Anchor Bay, limits of Mellieħa, Malta Anchor Bay is perhaps most known for Popeye Village, the set of the 1979 film starring Robin Williams as Popeye. After more than three decades, Popeye’s Sweethaven village still occupies the craggy slopes of...

Skorba

The site of Skorba lies in the hamlet of Żebbiegħ, on the outskirts of Mġarr, overlooking the nearby valley and providing a spectacular view of the surrounding landscape.   Reasons to Visit A Maltese Prehistoric Temple site inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage...

The Azure Window

The Azure Window (Maltese: Tieqa Żerqa) is a limestone natural arch on the Maltese island of Gozo. It is situated near Dwejra Bay on the Inland Sea. The formation, which was created after two Limestone Sea caves collapsed, is popular with scuba...

Ta Pinu National Shrine

Similar to other national sanctuaries, at the Ta’ Pinu Basilica one can admire thousands of Ex Voto offerings placed in the main corridors of the sanctuary. The Latin words ex voto suscepto, means “from the vow made” are signs of gratitude and...

St. George Basilica, Rabat

St George’s Basilica is a Baroque church situated in the middle of Victoria, the ancient “Ħaġar” – the capital of Gozo, the second largest island in the Maltese archipelago, and is surrounded by a maze of old narrow streets and alleys.

The Cathedral and its Museum, Victoria

The largest single showplace in Gozo with hundreds of objects related to the Church from the Classical Period. It includes the Picture Gallery – with the oldest extant painting preserved on the island ; a magnificent Silver Vault; and the Cathedral Archives with...

The Citadel, Victoria

All roads in Gozo lead to Rabat, also known as Victoria. The Citadel is visible from almost all the Island, rising steeply above the surrounding countryside. The Citadel in Gozo owes its roots to the late medieval era, but the hill has been settled since Neolithic...

Fort St. Angelo, Vittoriosa

Dominating the tip of Vittoriosa, Fort St Angelo has always been of great importance because of its strategic position. Because of the role it has played throughout Maltese history, particularly during the Great Siege of 1565, the fort has great emotional significance...

Fort Rinella, Kalkara

Built for and carrying the World’s Largest cannon. – A visit to Fort Rinella includes a guided tour and a film show about the history of the historic fort and its 100-ton gun. All historical re-enactment displays are also included in the entrance fee. Film shows...

The Rotunda – Mosta Dome

The Mosta Dome is perhaps the most impressive church in Malta, with its’ massive rotunda, that is the third largest in the world. The Mosta Dome church was built in 1860, and it is dedicated to the Assumption of Our Lady. During the Second World War the church was...