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|LUXURY IN MALTA||
Once home to ancient civilisations and Europe’s nobility, the Maltese Archipelago lies in the very centre of the clear blue Mediterranean sea, south-east of Sicily and north of Africa. It enjoys a mild climate, with pleasant winters and hot sunny summers. Covering a mere 123 square miles of land, small though they are, the Maltese Islands have long been at the crossroads of maritime routes.
In over 7000 years of history, many have set foot on Maltese shores, from temple builders, seafaring Phoenicians, the Romans, Byzantines, Greeks and Arabs to the Knights of St John, Napoleon Bonaparte, the British, and European royalty.
The Maltese Islands have several unique World Heritage sites foremost of which are the enigmatic, prehistoric temples; Malta’s baroque capital Valletta, founded by the Knights; and the walled, medieval capital, Mdina, where descendants of Norman families still live today; and the palaces and Cathedrals of Valletta and Mdina that house some of Europe’s finest treasures. Malta’s sister island Gozo retains gems of a rural life largely untouched by time, with a rugged, terraced landscape fashioned by man over a millennium ago. The Maltese Archipelago presents a pleasantly forged kaleidoscope of past and present, offering a fascinating legacy of European culture and rural Mediterranean traditions. | in: palazzocapuamalta.com
Malta - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Malta, officially the Republic of Malta, is a Southern European country and consists of na archipelago situated centrally in the Mediterranean, 93 km south of Sicily and 288 km east of Tunisia, with the Strait of Gibraltar 1,826 km to the west and Alexandria 1,510 km to the east.
Luxury in Malta
Luxury in Europe
The Old Continent is the cradle of the ancient world and its civilisations and is characterised by the interweaving of its different cultures over a small space of land. From the North Cape to Malta and from Ireland to Romania, Europe is distinctive for its sheer variety.
Compared with the wide-open spaces of America or Central Asia, Europe forms a complex confetti of countries. This, the smallest of all the five continents, is shared between 45 countries. Its diversity is a key asset. Its dynamic cultures, heritage and landscapes offer wonderful tourist opportunities. Northern Europe, in Germany, Scandinavia and the Benelux, is a place of rolling landscapes and modern, airy cities. Ireland and Great Britain boast lush green countryside and an inimitably ‘British’ style. Eastern Europe contributes Baroque cities and the poetic charm of its rivers, the most outstanding of which is the Danube. Mediterranean Europe, with its Greco-Roman, mediaeval and Renaissance remains, completes this picture of friendly harmony, framed by a sunny coastline.
Art & Culture in Malta
The Maltese Islands have been described as one big open-air museum. Find out why.
This Island nation preserves much of the 16th century architectural heritage built by under the Knights of St. John. Moorish, Sicililan and Islamic influences are everywhere.
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Luxury Hotels in Malta
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Luxury in Island of Gozo
Gozo, Malta's slower paced neighboring island, is said to be the home of Calypso, who lured Odysseus there and kept him captive in her cave for seven years. Gozo has lovely beaches, Mediterranean ruins and a peaceful ambience ideal for quiet getaways. Arrive here by ferry boat or helicopter from Malta.
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Spas in Malta
A collection of luxurious spas in Malta each offering an authentic and luxurious setting to relax, replenish and rejuvenate mind, body and soul.
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Yachts and Sailing in Malta
Highlights of some of the world's most desirable yachts available for luxury experiences in Malta.
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