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Top 10 Things to do in Malta

MercuryHolidays> • Ramle Bay Victoria • GOZO Mediterranean Sea Xerd Bay• ТОР 10 Paradise Bay• • Cavra • Bugitba ТОР Melieha • St Pais Bay• St Julars. • Siema • Valetta MALTA • San Arton Mdina• Malta International> Things to see and do on your Malta holiday 1. Mdina, The silent city In the footsteps of Medieval Knights, travel back in time and discover the mystical Medieval & Baroque architecture that line the maze of narrow cobbled streets in this enchanting walled city. / Malta's former capital and home to St Paul the Apostle after he became shipwrecked near the island / For the best chocolate cake on the island visit the FONTANELLA tea garden 2. Paceville, St Julians After the sun goes down on another blissful day of your Malta holiday, Paceville is the place to head for nightlife with the best bars, clubs & live music on the island. This vibrant & energetic party district will keep you entertained all the way through to sunrise. / For a night to remember we recommend cocktails at the Coconut Grove RIKE LO / Just a few DJ's who have hit Malta's CISK shores include Paul Oakenfold, Carl Cox, Roger Sanchez and Tiesto 3. Diving Some of the best diving in the world can be found in the seas that surround Malta. The crystal clear waters are unique for their spectacular levels of visibility, making it easy to explore the reefs, wrecks and caverns and the abundance of marine life that thrive in the warm Mediterranean waters. / The last place on earth to catch a glimpse of the rare sea perch / Submarines, statues. WW2 aircraft and vessels make up just a few of the hundred incredible wrecks of the coast 4. Megalithic Temples You wouldn't travel to Cairo without seeing the Pyramids, so don't leave your holiday in Malta without visiting this astonishing World Heritage site and bask in wonder at the oldest free-standing stone structures on Earth. / These Neolithic temples were built 3600-3000 BC / 1000 years older than the Pyramids which were built 2560-2540 BC 5. Party at the Isle of MTV Now in it's 6th year this festival forms part of Malta Music Week and is now one of the most popular free music events in Europe. Global stars who have performed at this open air event include Snoop Dogg, Lady Gaga, LMFAO and the Black Eyed Peas. / 40,000 people attend each year / This years acts include international star Will.I.Am ISLE OF O. Ride on a Maltese Karozzin No Malta holiday is complete without a ride on a Maltese Karozzin, this horse drawn cart is still one of the best ways to see Valletta and Mdina. Originally used for general transport it still features in some Maltese Ceremonies. / Date back to the mid 19th century VA wonderful and unique way to sight see around the island (. Visit the Blue Lagoon An inlet on the island of Comino, the Blue lagoon is one of the most beautiful and picturesque locations on the archipelago. The waters have appeared on screen many times including a scene from the movie Swept Away starring Madonna. / Featured as a backdrop for scenes in the movie epic, Troy V A wonderful boat trip and idyllic snorkelling spot 8. Explore the streets of Vallettar Malta's famous capital Valletta contains some iconic sites including the Grand Master's Palace. The walls and baroque architecture form one of the world's most iconic skylines. / Designated as a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1980 / Smallest Capital in the EU 0.8km? 9. Experience Maltese Cuisine A trip to any country is not complete without experiencing the local cuisine, with strong influences from Sicily, England, Spain and North Africa Malta's cuisine is as varied as its history. Not to be missed is a Pastizzi, a savoury pastry which are available across the island from traditional pastizzerijas. / Pastizzi are now available worldwide including Australia, the US, Canada and the UK / The Maltese national dish is stewed rabbit 10. Discover the Knights of St John Formed in 1085 the Knights of the order of St John played a starring role in Malta's development given their once powerful spiritual and military force. With the traditional Maltese Cross emblazoned on the breast of their habits, the Knights strove to uphold the 8 virtues represented within the 8 points of the cross. 1. To live in truth 8. To endure persecution 2. To have faith 7. To be sincere and whole hearted 6. To be merciful 3. To repent of sins 5. To love justice 4. To give proof of humility www.mercuryholidays.co.uk

Top 10 Things to do in Malta

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The Maltese islands are warm and welcoming with a rich history of fascinating myths and legends. Boasting blue seas, sandy beaches, a UNESCO world heritage site and a wealth of culture and history, yo...

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