A picturesque natural cave with alabaster dripstones. The owners can give
you a tour pointing out the interesting stuff.
Quite a spacious beach with colourful golden sand. A good place to just
enjoy a typical day at the beach. Rarely gets crowded.
The oldest from Malta's megalithic temples, almost 5,500 years old. The
boundary wall is probably the most breathtaking.
A recently built church featuring one of the largest domes in Europe. The
interior is richly decorated by marble.
This magnificent gem is often called “the golden church”. The reason is
clear – the marble and the gold stuccos.
Used for about 400 years, the prison is now a museum. You can see the
well-preserved individual cells and the grafitti on the walls.
A great chance to acquaint yourself with the island's arts, crafts and
traditions. Highlight: the traditional costumes.
Voted one of Europe's top ten dive sites with various rock formations to
swim through and marvellous sealife to see.
A lagoon of seawater that is by some called the best diving spot in the
world. There are also boat trips avalable for the whole area.