About Bed & Breakfasts in Malta
Bed & breakfast accommodation in Malta is not very common but it is definitely worth staying in one. This is probably the best way to tour the country and stay in close touch with its authentic character. Guests of B&B in Malta may acquaint with its traditional architecture and interior design, enjoy home-cooked local food, interact with local people and appreciate their warm hospitality, relaxed attitude and open-heartedness. Bed and breakfasts may be found in traditional farm houses, private rooms, guest houses, villas. The overall atmosphere is pointedly Mediterranean and there is always a nice beach or an interesting place nearby that are more than worth visiting.
Malta is an archipelago comprising of seven islands in the center of the Mediterranean Sea located at some 90 km south of Sicily, Italy. The three most important islands of them are Malta, Gozo and Comino. At first inhabited by Phonecians, the country has been for centuries under Roman Catholic, North African and Arabic influences, which have formed an enchanting mix of cultures, and have left in heritage remarkable architecture and historic landmarks. Nowadays, Malta, as a country, and its people boast quite a unique character of its own, which coupled with the beautiful beaches make it a place of unparalleled charm. There are not many countries in Europe that gather in a tiny territory impressive architecture, cultural and historic inheritance combied with magnificent nature. The Megalithic Temples of Malta are the country's symbols. These are the oldest free-standing structures on the planet and are included in UNESCO' list of World Heritage sites. Some of the best beaches are Ghajn Tuffieha, Golden Bay, the beaches of Mellieha, St Thomas Bay. Malta's capital is the city of Valletta. Other prominent towns and places are Bugibba, Cottonera, Mdina, Rabat, Sliema.