It has been said that the Maltese islands are the ‘open air museum of the Mediterranean’, offering 7,000 years or more of history to explore with numerous cultural, historical and megalithic sites unique in the world.
The islands boast prehistoric ruins older than Stonehenge and the Pyramids of Egypt, and are steeped in the legacy of the medieval order of the Knights of St John, who used the island as their stronghold for defending Christendom.
The main island of Malta, covering just 95 square miles (246 sq km), is also a popular holiday destination because of its secluded bays and sandy beaches, washed by unpolluted clear blue waters. Set against the backdrop of the island’s scenery and its honey-coloured stone buildings, Malta is alluring and fascinating.
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