Even though the majority of visitors travel to this paradise island to lounge on the radiant beaches and soak up the sun, Malta has many hidden gems off the beaten tourist track.
It has been suggested that the Maltese islands were originally settled in 5200 BC. The Sicani, Stone Age hunters and farmers from the larger island of Sicily, are said to have been the first settlers due to pottery remains found at Skorba that closely resembled the Sicani’s. Throughout the ages, Malta has played host to the Ancient Greeks, Phoenicians and Romans, making way for Arabs, and French. In 1814 Malta officially became part of the British Empire, but achieved its independence in 1964. Today Malta is a melting pot of rich heritage.
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One of Malta’s unique features is the close proximity of beaches, villas in Malta and interesting tourist attractions. Malta’s larger beaches can be found mostly towards the Northern and Eastern regions as well as on Gozo. For a more quiet and relaxing getaway, consider Mellieha when renting one of the many holiday villas in Malta.Malta is bursting with textured heritage and rich culture to be explored through its various ancient cities, villages, museums, exhibitions and shows. Mdina is one of these cities where, according to tradition, Apostle Saint Paul is said to have made his home after being marooned on the island. Mdina is to this day the home of Malta’s noble families. holiday apartments Malta are among the more popular forms of accommodation, which leaves very little to be desired by any of the visitors who stay there. Malta International Airport is the only air-port on the island and even though the transport system, consisting chiefly of buses and taxis, is small, you should have no problem making your way around the islands.Staying in holiday villas in Malta and enjoying the sunny white beaches, blue oceans and a friendly locals have made the Maltese islands a world-class holiday destination.