Places to Visit in Malta

There’s more to a country than just language. Our cities collection celebrates the intractably Maltese nature of our cities and islands, because what makes us Maltese isn’t just the language, the food, the culture, or the 365 churches scattered on every corner, it’s also the cities and the island itself.

When we say we’re Maltese, we mean: we’re islanders, we’re relaxed, we’re passionate, we’re energetic, we’re proud.

 This collection is built on those qualities.

Besides, who doesn’t want to be Maltese?


High-rises, high-end stores, and high-quality coffee.


Come for the quiet, stay for the chocolate cake and the history.


The hills are alive with the sound of people
asking why there are so many hills.


Lived through the Knights of St John, French rule, Second World War, and the creation of the New Parliament building. Still here.


Home of spiky fruit, 300 days of sunshine, 
and a different church for every day.


Fishermen built it, fishermen sustain it,
and the Luzzu keep it safe.


Mermaids aren’t real, but if they were, they’d swim in the clear blue water around Comino.


Perpetual summer, even when it’s raining.

Three Cities

Explore the Three Cities, and the harbour that welcomes everyone home.

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