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A break for the couples…whether your looking to relax on the beach or snuggle and pamper yourself in a luxury hotel, there are a number of romantic things to do in Malta. A walk along the coastal spots with an amazing sunset really does set the tone. What about Gozo? There are plenty of fun things to do in Gozo, Malta. Much like Malta you are never far away from a piece of history, archaeology or culture. Although Gozo is a quieter and more laid back version of Malta, there are plenty of things to do in Gozo with kids. Day’s out to the Inland Sea or Calypso’s Cave always go down a treat. If they like the beach then there are some great beaches around the Gozo coastline, many providing crystal clear water and safe swimming perfect for snorkelling.Whether you are looking for outdoor activities, archeological sites, history or just some fun family activities, you can fill your holiday intinerary with plenty of items to keep the whole party happy.We have picked out just some of the top things to do in Malta.Looking for places to visit? Click here for our guide of top places to visit in Malta & Gozo.
Check our guide for twenty top things to do in Malta & Gozo. A great place to get some tips and information ahead of your stay.
There is hardly another place in the world richer in archaeological sites than the Maltese islands. In a miniscule landmass comprising all of 316 square kilometres are found around twenty megalithic sites of varying interest and importance, numerous Bronze Age village locations, tombs, dolmens and other relics. The sheer number of sites makes it difficult for anyone to visit them all on a short stay but the major ones are certainly worth more than a cursory look.
Seeking refuge from the hot Mediterranean sun can be difficult in a country known as a mecca for beach life and "tan-atics" but the Maltese Islands hold a secret - and a very lush, beautiful one it is too. What's more, this secret offers respite from your otherwise very active holiday of sun, sea and sight-seeing; for there are things other than historical buildings and archaeological sites which are firmly rooted in the Maltese past. Tucked amongst the striking limestone, are a variety of public and private gardens which are enviably perfect. These have a long history here - with several of the oldest ones having been established when the Order of the Knights of St John was in its heyday.