SEA TRANSPORT MADE EASY WITH THE GOZO FERRY

SEA TRANSPORT MADE EASY WITH THE GOZO FERRY

The Gozo Channel Ferry is the main link from Malta to its sister island, Gozo. As there is no airport on Gozo the ferry offers an important link between the two islands. With a daily average of 27 round trips, this sea transport service is a safe and reliable way for passengers and vehicles to travel between Malta and Gozo throughout the year. Created in 1979, the Gozo Channel Company has since developed and maintained an efficient and economic service for local and foreign customers. The first operating ferry service between the two islands was recorded in 1241, with a regular service commencing in 1885.


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Pieta, small Town Central Region of Malta

 

PIETA ,THE HIDDEN GEM OF THE HARBOUR DISTRICT

In the shadow of Valletta’s majestic bastions lies Pietà. The coastal village which curves around Marsamuscetto harbour may look unassuming but nestled within its streets lie reminders of a rich and eclectic past. Home to historic St Luke’s Hospital and Ta-Braxia cemetery, the village preserves tales of a thriving military history and serves as the final resting place for veterans of both the first and second world wars. Pietà also boasts a royal connection and was once home to Queen Elizabeth during her years of residency in Malta.

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Palace Armoury Museum – Best Of The World’s Arms in Malta’s Capital

 
The Palace Armoury in Valletta is one of the most prominent arms and armour collections in the world. Considered a valuable European cultural monument, the collection is still housed in its original location at the Grandmasters Palace in Valletta.
The remarkable exhibit includes suits of armour used by the Knights of the Order of St John between 1530 to 1798, as well as various artillery and firearms.
 
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Living history at Casa Rocca Piccola in Valletta by Wow Malta

LIVING HISTORY AT CASA ROCCA PICCOLA

 

Casa Rocca Piccola is a 16th century palace in the heart of Malta’s capital city. Built in 1580, during the era of the Knights of St John, it is the only privately owned palace open to the public in Valletta. Today, Casa Rocca Piccola is home to the noble Maltese family of the 9th Marquis de Piro, who himself often conducts guided tours of the palace. The beautifully preserved palazzo is described as a ‘living museum’, with its extensive art collection and many fascinating features making it a unique attraction.

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Sail through Malta’s historic past with Grand Harbour Cruises by Wow Malta

MALTA’S HISTORIC PAST WITH GRAND HARBOUR CRUISES

 

Visit Malta’s two natural deep sea harbours, Marsamxett Harbour and the splendid Grand Harbour, with Captain Morgan’s Grand Harbour Cruise. Departing from the Sliema Strand, the boat tour takes you around Sliema Creek, Manoel Island, the yacht marina, Pieta Creek, exploring the Grand Harbour and the Three Cities. During the cruise you will visit various creeks and admire forts, fortifications and bastions on either side of Malta’s unique capital city, Valletta, from the spectacular vantage point of the sea.

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DOMUS ROMANA MUSEUM, A RARE ATTRACTION IN RABAT

DOMUS ROMANA MUSEUM, A RARE ATTRACTION IN RABAT

The Domvs Romana museum in Rabat was purposely built in 1882 over the excavated archeological remains of a 1st century Roman townhouse. Located outside Mdina, once the Roman city of Melita, the town house is a unique historic attraction in Malta.

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