Some attractions of Malta which is worth to seeing
July 11, 2018
Malta is a beautiful country in the Mediterranean Sea which has a lot of attractions and incredible areas that will take your breath away.
The Blue Lagoon is a picturesque, long, narrow bay with a white sandy base and crystal clear water. It is one of the most famous and popular parts of Comino – a beautiful island that is situated between the islands of Gozo and Malta. This place hosts, especially in summer time a great number of divers, swimmers and snorkelers.
The brilliant turquoise blue water is always clean and transparent and it is full with locals and tourists.
The Blue Lagoon is a safe place to come together with your family, children, because they can play safely in the warm low lagoon while the family enjoys the great sun. The more adventurous persons have the opportunity to practice the water sports inside the lagoon or even water skiing in the deeper waters nearby.
This is a splendid place to enjoy a day of sea and sun. There you can’t think nothing,you can only enjoy.
Mdina is located in the centre of Malta Island. This place opens a magnificent view on the Island. Mdina is called the “Silent City” by natives and visitors. It is surrounded by fortified walls and sits on the top of one of the highest hills of Malta.
Mdina is one of Europe’s supreme examples of an ancient walled city and extraordinary in its mix of medieval and Baroque architecture. It is a calming atmosphere as you walk along its narrow streets and ways, passing by some of the best architecture and building designs on Malta Island. The most impressive sights of Mdina are Vilhena Palace, Palazzo Falson (Norman House) , Palazzo Gatto Murina, Palazzo Santa Sophia, St. Agatha’s Chapel, St. Nicholas’ Chapel, Natural History Museum, Mdina Dungeons, Carmelite Church and Convent, Mdina Experience, Benedictine Monastery and Bastion Square.
Because Mdina is located high upon a hill offering a view of the island that goes far beyond impressive, this place is a huge magnet that attracts tourists . This location is perfect for panorama photography.
The Tarxien Temples are an archaeological complex dating to approximately 3150 BC. The site was accepted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980 along with the other Megalithic temples on the island of Malta.
This sight is also of unique importance because it yields the greatest concentration of decorative art known from any of the temple sights. The temples are well-known for the elements of their carvings, which include domestic animals carved in relief, altars, and screens decorated with spiral designs and other patterns.
Of particular interest at the temple site is the rich and intricate stonework, which includes depictions of domestic animals carved in relief, altars, and screens decorated with spiral designs and other patterns.
So, if you like the archaeology and you are attracted by the fine construction and a great variety of figural carvings, than you should visit the Tarxien Temples.