Top 10 breathtaking views in Malta that will leave you speechless!

Malta, a gem in the Mediterranean, boasts stunning vistas that captivate the soul. From historic landmarks to natural wonders, here are the top 10 breathtaking views in Malta that will leave you speechless.

Blue Lagoon:

Dive into the crystal-clear waters, a hidden cove of the Comino Blue Lagoon. Just a short boat ride away from Ċirkewwa or Marfa (Mġarr if in Gozo). This enchanting spot, once frequented by pirates, is a paradise for divers, hikers, and photographers.

Blue Grotto:

Hop on a boat and explore the magical Blue Grotto on Malta’s south coast. This impressive sea cave stretches 43 meters long, with a depth of up to 40 meters. It reveals a mesmerizing network of six interconnected caves.

The Majestic Dingli Cliffes:

Prepare to be awe-struck! Stand atop the majestic Dingli cliffs, rising an impressive 250 meters above the sea. Marvel at the dramatic rock face and be captivated by the vibrant colours that paint the landscape.

St. Peter’s Pool:

Nestled near Marsaxlokk, at the tip of Delimara Point. St Peter’s Pool is a natural wonder, and the most stunning swimming spot on the island. Whether you’re a diver, hiker, or simply seeking a relaxing day out, this place is a true gem.

Xlendi Bay:

Discover the picturesque village of Xlendi in Gozo, where crystal-clear waters meet a small sandy beach. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the “Carolina” cave, the 1650 watchtower. Indulge in a swim in the shallow, inviting waters.

Mdina – The Silent City:

Step into the historical capital of Malta, known as the “Silent City.” Perched on a central hill, Mdina offers a breathtaking panorama of Mosta, the Mediterranean Sea, and Valletta. Lose yourself in the charm of this walled town.

Fort St Angela:

Behold the grandeur of Fort St Angelo. A medieval fortress that overlooks the sea and is visible from Valletta. Immerse yourself in the rich history of this military stronghold while enjoying the splendid views it offers.

San Anton Palace:

Take a stroll through the picturesque San Anton Palace. The current residence of the President of the Maltese Republic. Surrounded by private and public gardens, this serene oasis boasts exquisite sculptures. It also has enchanting fountains. Fragrant orange trees populate the area. Chickens, peacocks, and cats roam freely.

Barrakka Gardens:

Escape to the tranquility of the Barrakka Gardens. A sanctuary spread across two levels that provide an unrivaled view of the Grand Port, the sea, and the Three Cities. Lose yourself in the serenity of this beautiful retreat.


Indulge in the vibrant atmosphere of Bugibba. A popular tourist destination offering panoramic views of St. Paul’s Bay and St. Paul’s Island. Relax at the numerous bars and kiosks, savoring the stunning vistas from their inviting terraces.

Experience the beauty of Malta through these 10 breathtaking views that will leave you speechless. Whether you’re an adventure seeker, a nature enthusiast, or simply in search of a peaceful retreat, these destinations will captivate your senses and create unforgettable memories.

Remember, when you visit these places, don’t forget to take a moment to soak in the beauty around you. Snap a photo, breathe in the fresh air, and let the awe-inspiring views of Malta take your breath away.

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