Best things to do in Malta
Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.
“It is on the beach (boat slipway) at Ghar Lapsi, near to Siggiewi. Lovely unspoilt rocky beach with two protected bays for swimming and snorkelling, and the fresh seafood at Carmen's Kitchen is second to none, with a great relaxed and unspoilt ambience.”
“Looking for some 'fast food', forget about all the other big names... Try 'New York Best' for the best burgers on the island. and don't forget to order your fries topped with melted cheese. Booking is not needed.”
“Those hoping to visit a fort that’s still in use should make their way over to Fort Madalena. Although it no longer functions as a military fortress, this 19th century structure is used as the headquarters of the St. John Rescue Corps (a civil defence organisation). Visit on Saturdays, or during the week if you make an appointment, to see the original pentagonal fort structure, which was built as part of the Victoria Line defences, as well as the original mountings for the coastal defence guns. ”
“This area was formerly used as a ship building and was prosperous during the British empire when navy ships used to be brought in for repairs. Its decline saw a revival in the area for tourism.”