Wednesday, 21 January 2015

[www.keralites.net] 16 Reasons Why You Should Explore Malta

 

16 Reasons Why You Should Explore Malta 

Malta is a traveler's paradise located near the Mediterranean Sea off the Southern European coast. You'll want to reserve an airline ticket after you see what this gem of an island has to offer. 
1) Tas-Sliema
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The city of Tas-Sliema is situated off the Northeastern coast and is one of the most well-known resorts in the world. You will love the dazzling city lights at night. 
2) Valletta
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The Maltese capital of Valletta is a must-see place for any traveler. Make sure you have your camera with you, it will certainly come in handy here. 
3) St. Julian's
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The peaceful and scenic seaside town of St. Julian's is an ideal place for couples, and there is also a score of stunning beaches to check out as well.  
4) Gozo
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You won't believe the magnificent views of the Azure Window in the coastline Maltese archipelago of Gozo until you see them for yourself. Legend has it that Homer's Odyssey took place off this breathtaking island coast. 
5) Mellieħa
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The popular tourist city of Mellieħa was once under British occupation and was abandoned for nearly two centuries prior. You'll want to stop by the Paris Church to snap a few extra photos. 
6) Cospicua (Bormla)
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Some of the historical sites to see throughout the eye-catching city harbor of Cospicua are; The parish church of the Immaculate Conception, the chapel of St. Paul, and the church of St. Theresa. 
7) Saint Paul's Bay
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Legend has it that St. Paul was once shipwrecked here in his journey to Rome from Caesarea. You can go on a nice romantic boat ride with your spouse or loved one and stare at the magnificent views.  
8) Xlendi
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You're going to love the picturesque landscape surroundings in the dreamy southwestern village of Xlendi, located on the island of Gozo. The hotels and restaurants are all top notch. 
9) Mdina
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Mdina was once the capital of Malta and remains a highly popular tourist attraction today. The main places to see are the Mdina Dungeons, Benedictine Monastery, Natural History Museum and Bastion Square. 
10) Marsalforn
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Marsalforn is one of the most magical tourist spots you will ever come across. The crystal clear waters offer a serene atmosphere to go swimming, snorkeling or sailing. 
11) Comino
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Comino is sandwiched between the islands of Malta and Gozo. The main point of interest on this dreamy island is St Mary's Tower, which dates back to the 14th century.  
12) Gżira
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The highlights of this stunning northeastern town are the yacht marina, a seafront public garden and an exquisite view of Manoel Island, especially at night.  
13) Qrendi
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The ancient village of Qrendi is based on the southwestern part of the country. It features a pair of temples that date all the way back to the Neolithic Period. They are the Ħaġar Qim and Mnajdra temples. 
14) Mosta
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The Mosta Dome is one of the largest domes in the world, and it can be found slightly northwest of the capital. 
15) Għarb
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You will love the outdoor markets and vibe in the western shoreline village of Għarb. You can visit the island's historical Għarb Parish Church, which dates back to the 16th century. 
16) Senglea
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The massive city walls of Senglea were once used to shield the Maltese people during the 1565 Ottoman Invasion, which was referred to as the Great Siege. Senglea is also one of the famed Three Cities of Malta.

 
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