There are a lot of advantages in visiting Malta, including perfect Mediterranean climate, lots of sunny days during the whole year, crystal clear waters of the blue sea, a high safety level all over the country, lots of a quite good English schools for foreigners, delicious national cuisine and a large number of the most varied kinds of entertainment.
Historical, cultural, architectural and religious monuments are literally spread just all over the territory of the country. Valetta is the capital of the country, but the list of other popular local destinations and resorts also includes St. Julian s, Mellieha, Marsaskala and the islands of Gozo and Comino.
The island of Malta is richly filled with all the possible sightseeings you may ever wish for and also contains lots of interesting historical discoveries. Most of them are carefully kept in the numerous museums of Valletta, including National Museum of Archaeology, National Fine Arts Museum and Palace Armory. Besides that, main sightseeings of Valletta also include the world-wide known Grand Master s palace and the gorgeous St. John s Co-Cathedral.
Gozo Island also has lots of worthy hings to show to its visitors, including numerous monuments to the ancient times, like Ggantija Temples, situated in the village of Xaghra, picturesque village of Saat and three famous watchtowers Mgarr ix-Xini Tower, Xlendi and Dwejra.
Paceville is the exact region of Malta that represents all the main entertainments of the island, as it concentrates a huge number of various night clubs, discos, bars, cafes and restaurants (Axis is considered nowadays the biggest night club in the whole Europe).
The main things that everyone should include in their must-do list, while staying in Malta are: attending the vivid show of The Malta Experience in the capital of the country, going on a boat trip to discover the turquoise bright waters of the Blue Grotto, visiting the fourth biggest temple in the whole Europe (which is the biggest one on Malta) and admiring the breath-taking views, opening up from the Dingli Cliffs.