Towns and Villages in Malta
A guide to towns and villages in Malta. See real travelers ratings, reviews and questions.
Attard is well known for being the home of the President's Palace. It is a mostly residential area, which makes it a relatively peaceful place. It is situated between Mdina and Valletta and transport is easy. San Anton Gardens surround the President's Palace and are open to visitors. During the... Read More
Buggibba is one of Malta's largest seaside resort towns. The coastline promenade stretches from Salina Bay to St Paul's Bay taking in some of the Islands' best open sea views and a vista over to St Paul's Island. The shore is rocky, but that has not prevented the resorts' appeal. The flat rocks... Read More
The tiny fishing village of Marsalforn on the north coast of Gozo has become the island's most popular summer resort. It offers various spots for swimming and water sports, and is well supplied with restaurants, bars and accommodation establishments. Read More
Mdina is the old capital of Malta. It is a medieval town, with narrow quiet streets, situated in the centre of the island. It is also known as the "Silent City" and commands a magnificent view of the Island. Today, no cars (other than those of a limited number of residents) are allowed in Mdina... Read More
Mellieha is to the North of the Island and offers the largest beach on Malta. It is a very popular area during summer, but it is worth renting a car if you are planning to stay there as it is about 20/30 minutes from St Julians. Read More
Most of the large cheap hotels are situated in Qawra. It is very busy, and is mostly populated by tourists however it is quiter that it's neighbouring Bugibba. It is within walking distance of Bugibba where you can find a number of bars and restaurants. It offers various types of accommodation... Read More
Sannat is well known for it's carved stone balconies that are all handcrafted. It is an agricultural village that is also famous for it's traditional lace making. It is not far from the cliffs of Ta Cenc that makes a wonderful walking area. Read More
Sliema is the heart of shopping in Malta. It is a mixture of residential and commercial properties. There is a great walking promenade that runs for several kilometres, that takes you all the way from Gzira to St Julians. It is central to most places and is easy to get to with public transport. Read More
St Julians, Malta.
This is a quiet fishing village that has been transformed into a hub of activity filled with restaurants of all types. It is within walking distance to Paceville where all the nightlife is based, it is a high-density tourist area, which offers the largest selection of dining and entertainment on... Read More
Built at the time of the Knights, the Capital City Valletta has plenty of historical value, and is a World Heritage City. It is famous for it's St John's Co-Cathedral where the Knights of Malta were buried. The City is busy day and night, and is the Island's main business centre and houses the... Read More
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