Malta is a flourishing island along the Mediterranean where the past mixes with the present. Malta is a country that goes unfairly unnoticed as the middle child of a large family. Between that it was an old English colony and that it is one of the smallest countries in Europe, I think we do not take it into account compared to other Mediterranean countries. Those of us who have been to Malta know that you can find everything there. From blue caves to remove the hiccups, historical places and, above all, charming villages where you stay completely in love. But hey, what are the most beautiful villages in Malta? Come with me today to find out. I promise to offer you a wide range of possibilities. From coastal villages to medieval villages. Are you with me? Of course, they are not all who are, nor are all who are. But I assure you that all the people mentioned in this article are not wasted. I’m going to present to you the towns of Malta that I liked the most. For the best food, shopping experience or relaxation time, visit any of these quaint towns in the stunning Island. Attard is a beautiful town that is located at the heart of Malta. It is situated closely to Valetta and the ancient town of Mdina. Its population is about 10,000 residents. One of the notable places to visit in this town is the San Anton Palace. You could also stop at the spectacular botanical gardens and the national stadium. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Bugibba is a lovely town in Malta that has become a resort center over the years. It lies closely between Qwara and St. Paul’s bay. It frequently thrives with so many activities like a high-quality nightlife. You will find many alluring buildings that are typical of a resort town like bars, nightclubs, bistros, upscale restaurants, casinos and beach clubs in this town. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
San Gwann is a lovely small town that is called home by about 12,500 residents. In English, its name translates to ‘Saint John.’ Notable places to visit in this beautiful town includes the Ta’Cieda Tower, the Castello Lanzun and the Santa Margerita Chapel. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Floriana also known as Brogo Vilhena is located at the South Eastern part of Malta. It houses about 2000 residents and the birthplace of the islands national anthem composer. Main sights to see are the St. Publius Parish Church, the Wignacourt Water Tower, the Robert Samut Hall and the St. Philip’s Gardens. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Lying at the South-East region of Malta is this stunning, medieval town called Marsascala. Marsascala is a fishing town flanked by a stunning bay. If you visit this area, you will sight brightly colored vessels for fishing. The town’s coastline is U-shaped with lots of restaurants and bars sprinkled across. The two hillsides it links to, are worth a visit. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Siggiewi is a rich cultural town that has been untouched over the years. The perfect postcard town is located between Valletta and Luqa. There are some high-end shops for shopping, mini and flea markets and top-notch restaurants for the best gastronomy. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Luga often pronounced as ‘Loo-a’ is home to the only International Airport in Malta. It is nestled between Luqa and Gudja. A notable site to visit in this place is the RAF Luqa which has undergone renovations over the years and has been in operations for over 2 decades. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Naxxar is home to about 11,000 residents. Legend has it that the people of this town were the first individuals who were affected by a shipwreck including Saint Paul of ancient Christendom. There has been much ado about the origin of the town’s name. This medieval town is home to some of the finest stone works you might be lucky to see and touch. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The medieval city of Mdina happens to be the former Maltese Capital. It is also nicknamed the ‘Silent City’ because even though it is filled with people, it is eternally silent. The scenic town gives panoramic views of the entire island. A spectacular site to visit is the Cathedral and some of the breathtaking architecture which showcases fascinating Normal and Baroque designs. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Valletta is the capital of Malta and one of the most beautiful small towns in the province. It is home to the medieval Grand Harbor, one of the most beautiful natural seaports on the European continent. The wonderful city gives lots of entertainment like theatre, cinema, opera, open-air performances and street shows. Another notable site to visit at Valletta is the Angotti Botanic Gardens.