Malta is an archipelago in the centre of the Mediterranean, sitting next to Sicily, Tunisia, and the Strait of Gibraltar. This place is kind of like the quiet household in a popular neighbourhood, but with its own lovable quirks not often picked up by others.
Where the Gozo Cliffs plunge into the sea and breakwater houses crowd the shoreline, the island can be a welcomed refuge in busy southern Europe. Here you can meander around the baroque architecture of Valletta, or if you have a taste for game, join in for a feast of rabbit.
Carry on for more Malta.