The island of Malta in the Mediterranean is a wonderful and relaxing place to visit. There are so many sights to see, beaches to explore, and dishes to taste that you might need to make a return visit. The best way to get the most from your stay on the island is to book one of the luxury rentals and use it as a base to check out the many beautiful natural sights that are on offer.
There are many blue grottos across the Mediterranean, but this has to be one of the best azure caves you can see. The geological wonder can be reached from the harbor at Wied iz-Zurrieq. During your trip, the boatman will recount some of the colorful legends of the caves, which often involve murderous pirates and singing sirens.
This lagoon is not actually on Malta, but it’s still worth a visit. It’s situated on Comino, a very small island between Gozo and Malta. This is an extremely rare sight and a truly awe-inspiring place to swim. On both sides of the lagoon, you’ll find lovely sandy beaches, and you can admire the views while you’re bathing.
The southern side of the island is more remote than the north, with very few settlements. This is due to the huge, sheer cliff faces that dominate the coastline. One of the most popular areas is known as the Dingli Cliffs. The area has some fantastic scenic routes, and you’ll find an amazing array of wildlife on your travels.