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More than a million tourists visit the island of Malta every year for various amounts of time. Some cannot forget the charm that Malta exudes and decide to make it either winter getaway.
Malta is a one-of-a-kind destination as it is a combination contemporary living with a rich history. This includes megalithic temples, medieval dungeons, Roman sites and countless baroque architecture.
The narrow streets of Malta’s old towns are filled with churches, cathedrals and palaces, many of which have been made UNESCO world heritage sites. Valletta, which is home to circa 320 statues, is also a World Cultural Heritage site.
A large number of tourists are drawn to Malta because it offers a relaxing escape where one can go to unwind in the sun and make the most of the leisure activities. The multiple sandy and rocky beaches, blue water and water sports options make Malta a great destination for those who enjoy being out by the sea. Swimming, diving, snorkelling and Jet Ski riding are just some of the activities available. For those who favour dry land, walks and hikes, and various other sports are widely practiced in Malta.
Hundreds of accommodation services in Malta maintain the island’s tourism industry. Ranging from 5-star hotels run by the most esteemed worldwide hotel chains to one-star guesthouses.
Malta has countless pubs, bars and restaurants, clubs and other entertainment venues all over the island. Paceville, the most infamous entertainment region, is packed with bars, nightclubs and restaurants that are all within walking distance of each other, perfect for bar hopping, clubbing or just having dinner.
The widespread link between the Maltese and the people of various nationalities that conquered Malta over the centuries has created a individual identity of styles and traditions, giving the Islands a fascinating diverse culture.
The Maltese are known for their friendly manner and are always eager to help foreigners in any way possible.