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Tourist attractions in Malta

Tourist Attractions

Malta National Aquarium
Triq It-Trunciera, Qawra
The Malta National Aquarium contains more than 130 species of fish kept in 26 tanks. Many of the tanks are themed around natural attractions of the Maltese coastline.
Popeye Village
Anchor Bay, Mellieha
Popeye Village (sometimes called "Sweethaven Village") is located in Anchor Bay in the north-west of Malta, near the village of Mellieha. It is the film set for the 1980 musical film Popeye starring Robin Williams.
Malta Falconry Centre
Triq l-Imqabba, Siggiewi
First Bird of Prey centre in Malta. Entertaining and educational free-flying displays. Courses available to learn the basics of Falconry.
Palazzo Parisio
29 Victory Square, Naxxar
Baroque Palace and gardens. Often referred to as a miniature of Versailles, the interior of Palazzo Parisio is Baroque in style, with murals and lavish ceilings, fine paintings and intricate gilding. The internationally acclaimed landscaped gardens are free to view and are open all year.
Villa Bologna
San Anton Street, Attard
Villa Bologna is a baroque villa close to the Presidential Palace of San Anton. It was constructed in 1745 and has large and picturesque gardens.
Mosta Dome
Rotunda Square, Mosta
A must-see for most visitors to the islands, the Mosta Dome is a Parish Church boasting the third largest unsupported dome in the world.
Ta' Pinu Basilica
Ta' Pinu Sanctuary, Gharb
Ta' Pinu is a Basilica situated near the village Gharb in the North West of Gozo and 1931 and is a major tourist attraction on Gozo.
Azure Window
Near Dwejra Bay, Saint Lawrence
The Azure Window is situated close to Dwejra Bay and is a flat-topped limestone rock arch with the sea below it.
Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Temples
Triq Hagar Qim, Qrendi
Megalithic temple complex dating back to 3600 BC. Situated near the village of Qrendi in the South of Malta. The temples are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
-, Mdina
Attracting around 800,000 visitors every year, Mdina is one of the top destinations for holiday-makers in Malta. Built on the top of a hill it offers amazing views of the island. Its magnificent architecture and narrow alleys combined with the numerous sightseeing attractions around the village, make for an essential day out for visitors to the islands.
St. Paul's Cathedral
Saint Paul's Square, Mdina
Located in the centre of Mdina, St Paul's Cathedral is one of the main tourist attractions in Mdina. Designed in the 17th century it is built in the Baroque style. Corinthian pilasters and bays form the from of the cathedral. The interior is decorated with frescoes showing the life of St. Paul.
Mdina Dungeons
Under the Magisterial Vilhena Palace, Mdina
The Mdina Dungeons give a very vivid insight into imprisonment, torture and execution from the darkest periods of Maltese history. Life-sized wax works depict scenes from Roman to French rule of the Maltese Islands.

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