Malta: A Great Destination For Holiday Makers
Malta is a great country that consists of seven islands and is situated at the old cross-roads in the Mediterranean sea. It is such an amazing state that has incredible packages as well as mesmerizing sites to behold.
Of all the seven islands, the three largest ones – that is the Malta, Comino, and Gozo – covering more than 300 square kilometers. In addition to that, of all the seven islands, these three have the highest population. In fact, this great nation, Malta, is recognized as the smallest but populous state among all the European countries.
And more fundamentally, the strategic location of this country has a great implication when it comes to politics of governance. Even though almost the entire country speaks Maltese, English remains a recognized language nationally. And the country’s rich history as well as nature, the fact that English is the official language and its strategic locations make it an ideal tourist destination.
If you need some actions, you would want to explore what the Gozo and Comino has for you. These are the two great places that have played great roles in describing the outcomes of any tourist in the country – such an amazing playground for unique adventures.
Gozo and Comino has almost every adventure activity that you can possibly imagine. For those that love snorkeling, you can always have your good time on the shores of the island – there are shallow ends here.
For those that love diving, you may want to get soaked up when exploring the kind of marine life that Gozo has. You can’t get either if you love interactive recreational activities that are performed on the sea. You will have your share if you love sun-bathing; you see, the island has a lot of beaches.
If there is a destination that offers unmatched playground for various activities, then it is this country. Imagine the rich history that the country has – plus the world heritage sites. Of all the heritage sites, the most prominent is the Ggantiga temples. Among the heritage sites that are there, Ggantiga temples are considered the oldest of them all; it is estimated that they are about 5500 years of age – the Neolithic age. In fact, the structure is considered the oldest in the entire world.
And that is not all; there is the ‘Three walled Cities’ of Malta – Vittoriosa, Cospicua, and Senglea – it is simply amazing. The three walls are enclosed by a great fortification. They were erected by the knights-errant of Saint John somewhere in 16th centuries. You can also get a glimpse of some great sites such as the ‘Blue Grotto’ or the Azure Window – a site that has been standing for years despite the hostile weather conditions that it suffers from each year.