- Mediterraneo Marine Park Malta
- The Limestone Heritage Park and Gardens
- Mdina Glass
- Casa Rocca Piccola
- The Wignacourt Museum
Top 5 Attractions in MaltaMalta · 5 Items · Nicholas Bilocca
Handpicked by a Malta Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Top 5 Attractions in Malta'.
Mediterraneo Marine Park MaltaTop 5 Attractions in Malta Bahar ic-Caghaq, Sliema and St Julians area
The Mediterraneo Marine Park is an educational fun day out for all the family. With dolphin, sea lion and tropical bird presentations, an amusement area and reptile house, it is a unique attraction in Malta. The Mediterraneo Marine Park is located in an ideal area right on the Mediterranean coast and away from any major development. Discover a world with loving creatures from both the land and sea More info
The Limestone Heritage Park & Gardens is an innovative and award-winning attraction located in the traditional Maltese village of Siggiewi. Unique to the region, this gem celebrates the Maltese Islands' distinct stone, as well as its intricate history dating back over 22 million years. As an agro-tourism attraction, a few hours spent here will thrill the whole family! In fact, the Limesto More info
Mdina Glass are pioneer glass makers in Malta with over 40 years of continuous innovation and a beautiful range of products. The dreamlike and handcrafted designs have infinite possibilities and cover anything from candleholders, clocks and picture frames to decorative plates, bowls, tiles and hanging lights. The making of this glassware, which you can admire at their flagship store in Ta' Qa More info
Casa Rocca Piccola is a top rated and award winning 'living museum' in Malta's capital Valletta. Even though situated just a few metres from the President's Palace, it is often missed by the unaware tourist and has earned a reputation of being Valletta's best kept secret! The ornate palace is a privately owned 16th Century residence built for Don Pietro La Rocca, a Knight of Malta. Casa Rocca More info
The Wignacourt Museum is a historical gem situated adjacent to Rabat's Parish Church of St Paul. The original building was commissioned as a baroque residence of the Chaplains of the Knights of Malta by Grand Master Aloph de Wignacourt in the early 17th century, completed on three levels in 1749, opened as a museum in 1981 and extensively refurbished and reopened bringing it back to its former g More info
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