Malta Travel Guide

Malta Hotels

Malta Travel Destination
Balzan, Malta
Marsascala, Malta
Salina, Malta
Comino, Malta
Mdina, Malta
Sliema, Malta
Floriana, Malta
Mellieha, Malta
St Julian's, Malta
Gozo, Malta
Msida, Malta
St Paul's, Malta
Qawra, Malta

Malta Directory & Malta Travel Information

History of Malta :
Ancient Civilizations of Malta
Middle Ages of Malta
Knights of Malta and Napoleon
British rule and World War II
Malta Independence

Malta Etymology
Malta Geography

Malta Climate

Malta Politics & Government

Malta Administrative Divisions

Malta Economy
Malta Money & Banking

Malta Currency

Malta Population

Malta Languages
Malta Religion
Malta Migration
Malta Education
Malta Languages in Education
Malta Sports
Malta Special Activities
Malta Cuisines
Malta Healthcare
Malta Hospitals
Malta Medical Tourism

Malta Medical Associations

Malta Art & Architecture :
Malta
Culture
Weddings in Malta

Malta Traditional Life

Malta Carnival
Malta Fantastic Creatures
Malta Mnarja

Malta Holy Week
Malta Music

Malta Literature

Transportation & Infrastructure :
Malta Highways

Malta Buses

Malta Railway

Malta New public transport network
Malta Ports & Harbours
Malta Airports & Heliports

Malta Vacation Trips

Vacation Holiday Trips offers travel tips and information for top travel places and best destinations. We feature links, resources and large selection of budget airlines, chartered planes, sea cruises, ferries, travel agencies, land transports and attractions including beaches, medical tourism, retirement homes, historical and pilgrimage tours.


Malta is a densely populated developed European microstate in the European Union. The island nation comprises an archipelago of seven islands situated in the Southern European areas of the Mediterranean sea, 93 km off the coast of Sicily, Italy, 288 km east of Tunisia and 300 km north of Libya. The islands enjoy a Mediterranean climate.

Throughout its history, Malta's location in the Mediterranean Sea has given it a strategic importance. Consequently, a sequence of powers including the Phoenicians, Romans, Fatimids, Sicilians, Knights of St John and British have all conquered Malta. Malta gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1964 and became a Republic in 1974 but remains a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. It is currently a member of the European Union, which it joined in 2004, and also of the United Nations.

Malta is known for its world heritage sites, most prominently the Megalithic Temples which are the oldest free-standing structures on Earth. According to the Acts of the Apostles, St. Paul was shipwrecked on the island. Malta is also considered a potential location for the mythical lost island of Atlantis.

Malta's capital city is Valletta. The country's official languages are Maltese and English, which replaced Italian in 1934. Malta has a long legacy of Roman Catholicism, which continues to be the official and dominant religion in Malta.


Malta Islands
The main islands, and the only inhabited ones of the country are Malta Island, Comino and Gozo. Other islands that form part of the archipelago include: Cominotto (Kemmunett, uninhabited), Filfla (uninhabited), Fungus Rock (Il-Ġebla tal-Ġeneral, uninhabited), Manoel Island, and the Islands of St. Paul (uninhabited). The Maltese Islands have been an independent republic since 1974. The centre of government, commerce and a primary centre of culture is the capital city of Valletta on the eastern coast of Malta.

Maltese Islands are as the following:

* Barbaganni Rock
* Large Blue Lagoon Rocks
* Comino * Islands of St. Paul / Selmunett Island
* Cominotto * Malta Island
* Delmarva Island * Manoel Island
* Filfla * Mistra Rocks
* Fessej Rock * Tac-Cawl Rock
* Fungus Rock * Qawra Point/Ta`Fraben Island
* Għallis Rock * Small Blue Lagoon Rocks
* Gozo * Sala Rock
* Halfa Rock * Xrob l-Għaġin Rock

Vacation Holiday Trips also showcase a unique blend of travel and leisure photos and stories, updates, events and announcements about roads, shopping malls, hotels, bed and breakfast, restaurants, groceries and more. Not just a travel guide but one-of-a-kind discovery of people and places.

Malta Travel Destination
Balzan Malta - Marsascala Malta - Salina Malta - Comino Malta - Mdina Malta - Sliema Malta - Floriana Malta
Mellieha Malta - St Julian's Malta - Gozo Malta - Msida Malta - St Paul's Malta- Qawra Malta

Malta Travel Informations and Malta Travel Guide
History of Malta : Ancient Civilizations of Malta - Middle Ages of Malta - Knights of Malta and Napoleon
British rule and World War II - Malta Independence

Etymology of Malta - Malta Geography - Climate of Malta - Malta Politics & Government - Malta Administrative Divisions
Economy of Malta - Money & Banking of Malta - Malta Currency - Population of Malta - Languages of Malta
Religion in Malta - Migration in Malta - Malta Education - Languages in Education
Sports in Malta - Special Activities in Malta - Malta Cuisines
Healthcare in Malta : Hospitals in Malta - Medical Tourism of Malta - Medical Associations

Malta Art & Architecture : Culture of Malta - Weddings in Malta - Malta Traditional Life - Carnival of Malta
Fantastic Creatures - Malta Mnarja - Holy Week of Malta - Malta Music - Literature of Malta

Transportation & Infrastructure : Malta Highways - Malta Buses - Malta Railway - New public transport network
Ports & Harbours of Malta - Airports & Heliports of Malta

Other Europe and European Travel Destinations
Malta, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia,
Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Slovakia, Slovania, Ukraine more destinations...

Island Trips Europe and USA Travel Guide | About Us | Terms of Use
All Rights Reserved. © Copyright