7000 Years of history & culture
Malta has so much to offer, above and below the surface
Barracudas in malta
Their grace and confidence will enthrall you. Barracudas are voracious, opportunistic predators relying on surprise and short bursts of speed, up to 40 km per hour, to overtake their prey.
FORt saint elmo
Adorning the Grand Harbour in the city of Birgu, this splendid fort is credited as being the most noteworthy in Maltese History used by the Knights of St. John as a stronghold against the Ottomans.
underwater Statue of Christ
Also known in Maltese as Kristu tal-Bahhara (Christ of the Sailors), is an underwater statue of Jesus Christ. It is located about half a kilometre off Qawra Point in north-eastern Malta.
The uniquely maltese luzzu
The luzzu is a uniquely Maltese boat, primarily used for fishing. Painted in the traditional colours of red, blue and yellow, it is a sturdy and reliable sea craft and can be put to sea in almost every kind of weather.
explore Malta’s Capital
With its age-old bastions, ornate architecture, and bustling cobbled streets, still very much in action today, Valletta is the ideal amalgamation of history and modern life.
Dive the um el faroud
She was a 5,390 DWT Libyan-owned single screw motor tanker. Following a gas explosion during maintenance work on 3 February 1995, she was scuttled off the south west coast of Malta as an artificial reef and diving attraction.