A traditional fishing village. Every Sunday, there is a fish market with
fresh food. There are also many seafood restaurants.
The breathtaking palace was always a seat of the ruling men of Malta.
A must-see for both interior and exterior.
A Victorian era fortification built by the British. There is a museum and
guided tours through the fort available.
One of the oldest working theatres in Europe and an architectural gem. There
are both guided tours and performances happening regularly.
The place from which general Eisenhower launched the Sicily invasion.
Nowadays, this is a reconstruction of the Allies headquarters.
Unbelievable undergroud temple and necropolis – the only one in the world.
Absolute must-visit, but book ahead.
This important archeological site hosts a museum devoted to the findings from
the cave, including Malta's first human settlement.
Both a temple and a settlement from the Bronze Age. The site is closed to
public, but visits can be arranged.