In the central Mediterranean Sea, about 90 kilometers southeast of Sicily and almost three hundred miles from the coast of Africa, lies beautiful Malta, a natural romance, which blends perfectly with a history of over seven thousand years. „Honey Island”, as it is called, because of the color stones, Malta is, in fact, a low limestone plateau, which bathes its feet in the clear waters, conquering you, pure and simple. The archipelago consists of six islands, Malta, Gozo, Comino, Cominotto, Filfla and Saint Paul. Rocky small beaches with red sand, natural pools, caves and underwater… what can you ask more than that?
What can you see
Spectacular Malta will welcome you with straight streets, balconies where you can admire the natives, or you can enjoy a unique view that an arcaded courtyards form of flowers and magnificent fountains. You can go to visit Barracca garden, which you will find across the street from the wonderful Auberge de Castille. The floor of the cathedral is made of marble funerary plaques and statues in Baroque style that will help you to create the image that characterizes the splendid ceremonies of the Order. You should not miss the picture of St. John the Baptist and St. Jerome, two masterpieces by Caravaggio, painted during his stay in Malta.
Hospitality is the basic word
Maltese life filled with great hospitality you will receive, in a mixture of serenity and British humor. The mixture of old and new will conquer, no doubt, and Maltese cuisine you’ll surely love. The connoisseurs are expected to fine restaurants, where they will have the opportunity to taste the local recipes based on fish, seafood, vegetables and fresh fruit. If you come in Malta, do not forget to taste the delicious French bread, fresh out of the oven. Ask the travel agencies to provide you some attractive offers for the next period, if you think you get a break in this part of the world. A stay of seven days relaxing at the beach will cost you at least five hundred euros, the price of air transport and accommodation included, for a three star hotel.
An article written by Fadia Hirtan