Updated: Oct 8, 2020
The Maltese islands in the Mediterranean Sea are underestimated by most but were home to me for almost four months, where I had the time to explore all that Malta and Gozo have to offer.
Whatever your vice, these Maltese islands are bound to cater to your travel needs and are sure worth a visit!
Guest Blogger: Jasmine Jenkins, Make You Wander
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Colorful and vibrant Harbor on Malta
A Medieval Mediterranean Archipelago; abundant with rustic sandstone architecture, cultural influence and live music echoing through veins of cobbled streets
Southern Malta is mostly untouched by tourism and offers an intriguing insight into Maltese history combining Northern Africa, Southern Europe and the Middle East in the Mediterranean Sea. This little island is bursting with culture and history, and there are plenty of museums and historical attractions to explore around the Three Cities of Vittoriosa, Senglea and Cospicua.