Malta, a small and beautiful nation of archipelagos is home to a rich history and heritage over 7,000 years old. With one of the most elaborate collections of ancient sites, it is evident that the occupation of this small country goes way back to the Neolithic times. Malta has also adapted over time, with plentiful influences from its neighbouring regions. The Arabic, Northern African, British as well as Sicilian influences have created the mini Mediterranean, all contained in one country. Visit the capital city of Valletta, a UNESCO World Heritage site, for one of the most dense historic areas in the world. See the city’s endless collection of ancient and classical architectures. Visit the remarkable St. John’s Co-Cathedral, the Palace of the Grand Masters, Ħaġar Qim and Mnajdra Temples and explore the mysterious underground necropolis of Hypogeum or enjoy a relaxing day out at St Julian’s and Paceville for good food and shopping. Relax on the beautiful beaches and coastline that this island nation has to offer.