Malta is an island nation located in the Mediterranean Sea with a rich cultural heritage and numerous attractions to explore. It is no surprise that many people flock to this beautiful country every year for its stunning scenery, historical sites, and vibrant nightlife. One of the best ways to experience all that Malta has to offer is by boat. Here are some of the places you should visit Malta via boat:
The capital city of Malta, Valletta offers a unique blend of history and modernity. From its grand palaces and churches to its colorful markets and cobblestoned streets, there’s something for everyone here. Take a guided tour around Grand Harbour or hop on one of the sightseeing boats at Sliema Ferries Terminal to get an up close view of this incredible city from the water’s edge!
This small island off the coast of Malta is renowned for its rugged coastline and rolling hillsides dotted with olive groves and vineyards – making it perfect for exploring by boat! Hop on board a ferry from Mgarr Harbour or Cirkewwa Ferry Terminal (in Marfa) to reach Gozo where you can spend your time discovering quaint fishing villages like Xlendi Bay or snorkeling in crystal-clear waters near Inland Sea beach!
Located between mainland Malta & Gozo lies Comino Island – home to pristine white sand beaches like Blue Lagoon & Santa Maria Bay as well as some awesome dive spots along rocky coves such as St Nicholas Point! Renting out a private vessel allows you access into hidden bays not accessible via public ferries so make sure you take advantage while visiting this tranquil paradise!
Situated just outside Sliema harbour lies Manoel Island, home to Fort Manoel which was built back in 1726 under orders from Grand Master Antonio Manoel de Vilhena who wanted it erected there “for his glory”… And what more glorious way than seeing it from sea? With views stretching across Marsamxett Harbour towards Valetta skyline at dusk – this is definitely worth checking out if you have time during your trip!
Known as one of Malta's most popular summer destinations due to its clear blue waters & sandy beaches; Mellieha bay also has plenty on offer if you choose explore further away from shoreline aboard your own vessel such as secluded caves waiting be discovered beneath towering cliffs along northern side or even wrecks scattered throughout area too… So why not head over there today?!