Have you been to the home of some of the oldest monuments on earth? Have you ever heard of this tiny rock in the south of Europe boasting 3,000+ sunshine hours a year?
If not, we hope that these 25 Malta pictures will inspire your next trip to this Mediterranean island.
25 Malta Pictures That Will Spark Your Wanderlust
Hugged by rugged coastline, surrounded by azure seas, this rocky isle is still off the radar of most travellers. Located between Sicily and the North African coast, Malta is rough around the edges but very warm in both climate and local attitude.
This 316 km² archipelago could, apparently, fit 5 times into London, but don’t let the size fool you. While Malta might seem like a sleepy island during the winter months, it is brimming with exciting things to see and do all year round.
Sweethaven – The Iconic Popeye’s Village in Malta
Kitesurfing at Għajn Tuffieħa Bay
200 steps down to the Għajn Tuffieħa Bay
Being effectively a giant rock poking out of the Mediterranian Sea, Malta has no shortage of bays, coves and sandy strips to explore.
Gnejna Bay – A Local Spot for Swimming
St Peter’s Pool in Marsaxlokk – The Top Cliff-Jumping Spot
Marsaxlokk – The Famous Fishing Village in Malta
Read more: Marsaxlokk Sunday Fish Market in Malta
Paradise Bay on the North Side of the Island
Natural Sliema Pools in Malta, Carved Out by the Victorians
A Sunset Walk Along the Sliema Promenade
Crossing the Deep-Blue Waters of the Grand Harbour to Vittoriosa
Panoramic Views of Valletta, the Capital of Malta
There’s plenty on offer for anyone who likes exploring the backstreets and getting the feel for a place.
Busy Bee Gelato – the Best on the Island
Trust us on that one.
Valletta – the Capital of Culture 2018
Picturesque Street Scenes of Valletta
The Iconic Church Rotunda in Mosta
Sunrise in St Julian’s
Sailing the Maltese Islands
Sailing the Blue Lagoon in Malta
Trekking the Scenic Victoria Lines in Malta
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Beautiful Zebbug Village in Gozo
Malta’s sister island of Gozo is often overlooked by visitors.
If you’re looking to escape the busy feel and noise of the main island then it’s well worth taking the 20-minute ferry ride across to more tranquil pastures.
Experience it for yourself on a full day sightseeing tour of Gozo.
The Beautifully Restored Citadella Fortification in Gozo
Ġgantija in Gozo – One of Many Megalithic Temples of Malta
350-years-old Salt Pans in Gozo
The Picturesque Gharb Village in Gozo
The Fallen Azure Window and the Blue Hole in Gozo
Striking Sunset in Zebbug
You won’t believe how much stuff there’s to do in Malta once the summer hits the island. From ziplining to Jeep safaris, the tiny islands of Malta and Gozo are packed with water and off-road activities.
The comical Popeye’s Village, the original set of the 1980s Sweethaven Village, just one of the quirky attractions on the island.
Sailing adventures in Malta are easy to experience too; simply rent a charter boat or join an excursion with the local companies.
However autumn, winter or early spring can be equally good for a more chilled Maltese holiday. Plus it’s cheaper too.
During the colder months on the island, the rain brings nature back to life. The walks and hikes around the islands of Malta and Gozo become more bearable temperature-wise.
Malta has been our home for the past year. While we enjoyed all the swimming in the glorious waters of the Mediterranean sea, we also missed the cooler weather. Not being sweaty all the time feels nice right now.
What do you think of these Malta pictures? Will you be booking a flight soon? Let us know in the comments below…