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Las mejores actividades en Malta

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Restaurante italiano
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“This small village in the heart of Sliema is mainly known for the great pubs and clubs it offers. It is a true party at night. ”
Recomendado por 114 habitantes locales
Centro comercial
“The Point Shopping Malta offers great shopping opportunities of leading world renowned brands, as well as a number of restaurants and cafes.”
Recomendado por 53 habitantes locales
Lounge
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“One most famous place to spend a day in style with one of the largest open swimming pool.”
Recomendado por 53 habitantes locales
Jardín
“From the Upper Barrakka Gardens you can enjoy a spectacular view of the the Birgu, Bormla and Senglea, also known as the Three Cities. The mouth of the Grand Harbour faces north east and is bounded to the north by Fort St Elmo, and is further sheltered by an isolated breakwater. The Harbour is bounded to the south by Fort Ricasoli. The Grand Harbour has a long history, particularly due to the islands strategic location and natural harbours. This Harbour has in fact been used since prehistoric times. From the Upper Barrakka Gardens you can take a lift down to the coast, where you can also get a ferry boat taking you across the Harbour to the three cities.”
Recomendado por 39 habitantes locales
Island
“Gozo, called Għawdex (aow-desh) in Malti, is a gloriously pretty island, with what the 19th-century nonsense poet Edward Lear called a 'pomskizillious and gromphibberous' landscape. He coined the words to describe the island's fairy-tale hillocks topped by enormous churches, its hidden, glittering coves, and its sculptured coastal cliffs. Gozo moves at a much slower pace than its bigger, busier neighbour. Although it is more than one-third the size of Malta, it has less than one-tenth of the population – only about 30,000 Gozitans live here (and they are Gozitans first, Maltese second). This is a lovely place to kick back, with sandy beaches, rocky coves, excellent scuba diving and snorkelling, plus history in the form of megalithic temples and medieval citadels. For foodies, there's the appeal of vineyard visits and great oceanfront dining on fresh seafood, and just a short boat ride away is the glorious Blue Lagoon on tiny Comino. ”
Recomendado por 58 habitantes locales
Aquarium
“Contemporary showcase for local sealife Modern aquarium with local fish species, reptiles, amphibians & insects, plus a gift shop & cafe.”
Recomendado por 38 habitantes locales
Centro comercial
“Bay Street Tourist and Shopping Complex offers you a mix of high street brands, independent shops, restaurants, services and family entertainment. ”
Recomendado por 30 habitantes locales
Sitio histórico
“Ġgantija is a megalithic temple complex from the Neolithic on the Mediterranean island of Gozo. The Ġgantija temples are the earliest of the Megalithic Temples of Malta. The Ġgantija temples are older than the pyramids of Egypt.”
Recomendado por 39 habitantes locales
Theme Park
“Close to the property is this village that was left intact after the filming of Popeye’s film. ”
Recomendado por 34 habitantes locales
Beach
“Lots of shops to explore in Tigne Point and around the area of Sliema. Beautiful spots for lunch or drinks too.”
Recomendado por 39 habitantes locales
Sitio histórico
“Ħaġar Qim is a megalithic temple complex found on the Mediterranean island of Malta, dating from the Ġgantija phase. The Megalithic Temples of Malta are among the most ancient religious sites on Earth, described by the World Heritage Sites committee as "unique architectural masterpieces."”
Recomendado por 55 habitantes locales
Castillo
“Gorgeous Historical Fortress Restored to its former Glory. Wonderful Panoramic Sites of Island of Gozo.”
Recomendado por 41 habitantes locales
Beach
“Golden Bay, known as Il-Muxquqa in Maltesea and previously known as Military Bay, is a sandy beach located on the north-west coast of Malta in the Manikata region. The golden sand offers a shallow area allowing swimmers to easily walk into the sea. In the summer months, there will be lifeguards on duty at the bay. There is a large hotel with great restaurants just next to the beach, as well as the Għajn Tuffieħa International Scouts Campsite offering an all-year-round camping experience for everyone. A bus terminus and car park are located at Golden Bay. Golden Bay is also known as a great beach to surf, although this would only happen in winter, partly because the southwesterly wind blows only in winter as well as because it so popular with swimmers in the summer. Golden Bay is good for beginners and advanced surfers depending on the wind force and the size of the waves. You should be aware, particularly if you are not an experienced swimmer, that the bay is known to have very strong under currents. So be sure to check the weather forecast before heading there.”
Recomendado por 40 habitantes locales
Island
“If you want to visit Comino for a day, catch bus 135 from nearby bus stop Tmiem. Stop at Malta Airport and then take bus X1 and stop at Marfa. Catch the ferry to Comino. The journey takes 138 minutes by public transport or 45 minutes by car. Interesting places include Blue Lagoon, St. Mary's Tower and St. Mary's Chapel and nearby beach that takes the same name.”
Recomendado por 40 habitantes locales
Restaurante italiano
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“Restaurant with awesome food and nice views of the msida marina/Valletta within close approximation of the accommodation, highly recommended for a relaxed and enjoyable dinner.”
Recomendado por 33 habitantes locales
Iglesia
“Built between 1573 and 1577, this cathedral contains two masterpieces by Caravaggio. St John’s Co-Cathedral is a gem of Baroque art and architecture. It was built as the conventual church for the Knights of St John. This church is till this very day an important shrine and a sacred place of worship. It is also a venue for cultural events. The construction was commissioned in 1572 by Grand Master Jean de la Cassière to serve as the conventual church of the Knights of Malta and designed by the Maltese military architect Gerolamo Cassar. The church was dedicated to St John the Baptist, the patron saint of the Order. The oratory holds the biggest and only signed masterpiece by Caravaggio. St John’s church is administered by the St John’s Co-Cathedral Foundation responsible for the religious cultural heritage of the monument.”
Recomendado por 35 habitantes locales