Malta offers laidback summer holidays and you won't find the bright lights of big cities here – even the capital city of Valletta has a 'step back in time' feel. Instead you'll find historical sights, hidden coves, a dramatic coastline and sleepy resorts. In the seaside capital of Valletta, there’s a richness of history that belies the island's minuscule dimensions. Crumbling ochre buildings are seemingly stacked on top of each other, looking over the Mediterranean, with the domes and spires of the city's elegant cathedrals and churches reaching up towards the blue sky.
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10 Facts About Malta

  1. Malta is undeniably tiny, at just 300 sq. km, but a holiday here can easily be a three for the price of one experience with two neighbouring islands.
  2. The Parish Church of Mellieha was built between 1881 and 1898 and offers opulent interiors and panoramic views of Mellieha Bay from its grounds.
  3. Manikata, a tiny village in the north of Malta is home to just 40 families, but three of Malta’s finest beaches: Golden Bay, Għajn Tuffieħa Bay and Ġnejna Bay.
  4. Malta is one of the best-preserved and most fascinating Neolithic sites. The ruins that remain are dedicated to the Goddess of Fertility.
  5. Casa Rocca Piccola is a stately home owned by the Marquis de Piro. Built in the 16th century, it is open to public and houses impressive interiors and art.
  1. Malta has a rich history and has been under rule by many civilisations including Arabs, Romans and Normans, and even Napoleon Bonaparte with the French!
  2. Valletta’s magnificent Manoel Theatre is the third oldest theatre in Europe and has a breath-taking décor worthy of the finest acts.
  3. Picturesque Spinola Bay in chic Saint Julian’s is bustling with bars, restaurants and sights. You can also hire a traditional Maltese luzzu fishing boat here.
  4. The ornate St. John's Co-Cathedral in Valletta was built in the 16th century and contains two famous masterpieces by Italian painter, Caravaggio.
  5. Malta’s Hypogeum is an underground labyrinth dating back to 3,300BC. Once a necropolis, it is the only known prehistoric underground temple in the world.

More About Malta

Outside of the capital, Malta sticks with the olde worlde vibe. High-rise hotels and built-up resorts are a real no-no here. Instead you'll find traditional towns cut into hillsides, craggy coastlines, pretty harbours and winding backstreets. You'll find a couple of prime beaches, and Mellieha Bay boasts the longest. This family-friendly resort combines clear, shallow waters, a traditional old town and all the facilities you could need for a comfortable stay. Within 30 minutes of this resort you have the Medieval City of Mdina and the temples of Mgarr. Wherever you choose to stay on Malta, there's a historical gem around every corner. Feeling relaxed already? Imagine what a week or two in Malta can do. Book your flights now with Thomascook Airlines and look forward to a blissfully tranquil trip.

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