Malta is a small island in size but not short on activities. Here is a list of places that are worth visiting -
In Valletta, the capital city, you will see some of the finest examples of Maltese-style baroque architecture. Also visit the Co-Cathedral of St John, and the Grand Master's Palace which houses tapestries designed for Louis XIV and an extraordinary armoury collection.
In Mdina, The Oldest city in Malta, witness the citadel, which is one of the finest surviving examples of a medieval walled city. Of particular interest is the Norman-style Palazzo Falzon. From Bastion Square, see breathtaking views of the surrounding area and St Paul's Bay.
The wonder at the Blue Grotto where, legend reports, sirens bewitched seafarers with their songs. Four caves reflect the brilliant colours of the corals and minerals in the limestone. The most spectacular is the Blue Grotto itself, best viewed in the early morning with a calm sea.
Visit the impressive archaeological sites: Tarxien, with its neolithic temple; the Hypogeum, a three-level complex of ancient underground burial chambers dating back 3,000 years; Hagar Qim and Ghar Dalam (Dark Cave) where the remains of now-extinct birds and animals have been found.
Do not leave the Archipelago without visiting the island of Gozo. Serenity and Peace will fill your spirit as you discover the Citadella, the Azure Window, Xlendi Bay and the fantastic Ta pinu Church.