Valletta (il-Belt Valletta) is the capital of the Republic of Malta, located on the east coast of the main island of the country - the island of Malta.
Valletta is one of the smallest European cities.
Despite its modest size, the city of Valletta is one continuous attraction.
The tri-city of Malta is the name of three cities of the island of Malta, bordering each other and surrounded on one side by the Great Harbor.
Cities: Birgu (Vittoriosa), Bormla (Cospicua), Senglea (Invicta).
The Rotunda Bridge is the largest and most famous church in Malta.
There is a bomb museum in the basilica, you can climb under the dome to the outdoor terrace and visit the underground shelter of the war.
Sliema (Tas-Sliema) is a town located on the island of Malta along the Mediterranean coast, North of Valletta.
Initially, Sliema was a quiet fishing village but in recent decades has become a place of intensive development that has led to the fact that nowadays slim is the most developed city of Malta.
The coast of Sliema is rocky and rocky. Nevertheless, you can sunbathe and swim in Slim almost everywhere where you are more or less comfortable.
The sea is deep. On some sections of the coastline, railings and stairs are equipped for more convenient entry into the sea.
St Julian's is a town located on the island of Malta along the Mediterranean coast.
Currently, St. Julian's is a popular tourist destination and also one of the most developed cities of Malta, which harmoniously combines historical monuments with modern buildings.
The coast of St. Julian's mostly rocky. There are no long sandy or pebble beaches.
The main bathing place presents rocky or concrete beaches. Directly in the city there is a sandy public beach, several platforms for swimming and hotels with a private beach.