My Malta Info

Malta Diving Holiday

The archipelago comprised of Malta, Gozo and Comino, is the home of beautiful marine life. Together with the small and uninhabited islands of St. Paul, Filfa and Cominotto, the locations is placed right at the centre of the Mediterranean Sea. The place called Valletta, on Malta itself, is the administrative capital of all the islands. […]

The Maltese Culture

The rich culture of the island of Malta is due to the rich history of this wonderland, which goes back as much as 4,000 years. The eclectic history is the reason you might find numerous events, feasts, celebrations and special occasions. The year starts with the carnival, which is spreads for a week in February, […]

Museums and Historic Sites

Mnajdra and Hagar Qim are the prehistoric UNESCO protected temples. They are consider to be built between 3600BC and 2500BC, much older and much more sophisticated than the pyramid of Giza or Stonehenge. The complexes are situated at only a distance of 500 m. The temple administration offers both guided or audio tours for the […]

History of Malta

Malta has been populated for over 8,000 years. Large Neolithic temples in the south of the island and in Gozo are still standing as witness today. These are Tarxien Temples, Hagar Qin and Mnahjdra in south and Ggantija in Gozo. Scientists have dated these monuments with carbon. The results have shown that they existed with […]

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