Planning a holiday to Malta? Read our guide to the best regions, including expert advice on Valletta, the islands of Comino and Gozo, and the best resorts. By Juliet Rix, Telegraph Travel's Malta expert.
The Telegraph 25/01/2014: Malta has long been sold as a “sun and sea” destination and it certainly has plenty of both. The sun shines on average for 300 days of the year and Malta’s three inhabited islands (Malta, Gozo and Comino) are surrounded by sparkling, clear blue Mediterranean waters. Malta has more to offer than this, however. It has a density of historic sights arguably greater than any other country. Its charming little capital, Valletta, built by the Knights of St John, is a World Heritage Site, as are its unique prehistoric temples – some of the oldest stone buildings in the world...read on.