These Are The 10 Most Beautiful Cities In Malta You Should Visit


Valletta, Malta's main city, is one of the most popular tourist spots and also one of the most beautiful.


Marsaxlokk looks like something from a trip story. It is one of the most charming fishing towns in the world and is located in the southern part of Malta. 


Indulge in pure vacation luxury at Sliema, a hidden spot on the east coast of Malta where you can enjoy beautiful views of the Mediterranean and fun by the water. 


The city of Cospicua, which was built around a fort, has a lot of history and is one of the three culture hubs in Malta.


People who love to walk will find Mdina, which is also called the "Old City," to be a dream destination. The streets here are full of history.

St. Julian's

 Plenty of bars and restaurants can be found right on the beach in Paceville, which is in the magical town and is where most of the island's modern social scene is based.


Birgu, which is also known by its official name, Vittoriosa, is one of the oldest cities in Europe and one of the most interesting cities on the island of Malta. 


There are many churches and other architectural marvels in the ancient town of Rabat, which is a must-see for tourists who want to learn more about Malta.

St. Paul's Bay

In Malta, there are both small, charming fishing towns and a lively social scene with lots of bars and alcohol. St. Paul's Bay is in the middle.


A trip to Malta for fun isn't complete without a stop in Mellieha, the dreamy summer vacation spot that tourists return to year after year.

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