Malta, an archipelago, is around 58 miles off the coast of Sicily. It has numerous bays and lagoons as well as many ancient ruins. Nearby Gozo offers beautiful views on a Hop-On-Hop-Off Tour. Guests will enjoy sightseeing at places like the Ggantija Temples; one of them is the world's oldest stone structure predating even the Great Pyramids and Stonehenge. Other attractions include the archway of Azure Window and Calypso's Cave; the prison of Odysseus.
Malta's Segway Tours takes visitors through a typical Maltese village, past the Dingli Cliffs, that protected the village of Dingli from pirates, and Magdalena Chapel which has been standing there since 1646. Glide past the Verdala Palace, the Clapham Junction cart ruts and the Great Cave.
Beginner and advanced divers can go diving around the waters of Malta. PADI has open water courses for all levels, the Aquatic Center takes beginners out to adventure and advanced divers can get a Ten Dive Pack which will take them to places such as Malta, Gozo and Comino. Divers will see underwater wrecks in Malta, visit the Blue Hole in Gozo and go on 2 boat dives in Comino. Snorkelers are also welcome.
More activities in Malta include fishing excursions, photography tours, a harbour cruise, the chance to walk in ancient ruins and much more. Malta has something for all tastes.