Malta with its several historical monuments, recreational areas and influences of North Africa and Arab is an internationally acclaimed tourist resort. The Megalithic Temples considered as the World’s oldest free-standing structures followed by nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites are some of the major highlights in Malta. Sailing is the best way of exploring the islands of Malta. The scenic coastline, numerous hidden coves and pristine beaches dotted across the Maltese islands are some of its natural attractions that will certainly amuse its visitors.
The wealth of culture, architecture and ethnic diversity of Malta is renowned throughout the world. The rich history of Malta dating back to several centuries shows the influences of Greeks, Romans, Arabs, French and lastly British. The island country of Malta comprises of seven islands of which only Malta, Comino and Gozo are inhibited. Top tourist destinations in Malta include Valletta, Mdina, Sliema and Qwara. Besides this, other major tourist attractions in Malta include Neolithic Temples, Beaches, Parks & Gardens and Ancient Monuments.