Discover the captivating south of Malta with a hop-on hop-off bus tour. You can create your own itinerary as all the stops are strategically located nearby major attractions and landmarks. Spend as much or little time at any place of your choice. Know the rich history while traveling from one stop to another. You can choose to relax on the bus for the full tour or disembark at any of the stops. South Malta has so much to do and see, so let’s know all the important places of interest.
Sliema: This is the major coastal resort of Malta. Here you can witness varieties of restaurants, bars, and eateries. You can enjoy shopping and relish favorite delicacies. The coastline is perfect for walkers and joggers.
Manoel Island: Spend some time on Manoel Island where you can witness scenic beauty and the historic fort. This is a perfect place to relax in the Mediterranean sun.
Ta’Xbiex Harbour: The place has lots of beautiful villas which are transformed into embassies.
Msida Yacht Marina: This beautiful yacht marina has high-end berthing facilities.
Valletta Bus Terminus: This is an entry point to the capital city and over the years it has been transformed a lot showcasing an ideal example of baroque-style architecture. The city treasures lots of historical attractions including churches, and museums along with several restaurants, gardens, and shopping outlets.
Valletta Harbor: Valletta is a UNESCO world heritage site and one of the few surviving walled cities. Drive around Valleta Harbor and bastions to know more.
Valletta War Museum: Malta had been severely affected by the wars and this museum showcases the hardships of those tough years. Here you can witness photos, equipment, and uniforms.
Fort St. Elimo: It is situated at the tip of Valleta peninsula. Visitors can explore some parts of this fort as it is partially open to the public.
Mediterranean Conference Center: This building is a modern conference center. It served as the main hospital of the knights and was built by the order of St. John. The hall is the major attraction as it was the hospital ward and the longest roofed hall all across Europe.
Fort St. Angelo: Here the bus will stop for some time and you can take photographs. Fort St.Angelo is across the water which protected Grand Harbor.
Valleta Waterfront: This served as a cruise liner terminal. It greets visitors who come to Malta by sea. You can find varieties of restaurants and outlets within the wharf.
Hypogeum: This is a must-visit attraction as it provides insights into the Temple Culture of Malta and its contemporary structures.
Senglea Point: Grab the unique opportunity to witness Malta from the other side of the harbor.
Vittoriosa Waterfront: This is a conserved area and transformed into an amazing marina. It is also home to Marina’s Maritime Museum.
Zejtun Parish Church: This Roman Catholic Church has baroque-style architecture and was made between 1692 and 1728. Architect Lorezo Gafa designed this church.
Zejtun St.Gregory’s Church: Zejtun St.Gregory’s Church is dedicated to St.Catherine and it is one of the oldest and finest churches in Malta.
Marsaxlokk: This fishing village showcases Mediterranean island life. Marsaxlokk surrounds a natural harbor and the place takes you back in time.
St.Lucian Tower: The fort is one of the six Wignacourt towers in Malta and was built in stages.
Ghar Dhalam Cave and Museum: This prehistoric site was discovered in the 19th century. Human remains, artifacts, and animal bones were excavated. The site comprises a cave, exhibition, display, and garden with rare species of trees and plants.
Blue Grotto: The secret cave in Italy is captivating and you can witness clear blue waters that transform the cave into a beautiful site.
Hagar Qim & Mnajdra: These temples are well-preserved prehistoric sites with an amazing locations. You can see canopies over the temples for protection against the elements.
Malta Falconry Center: Visit the Falconry center to see falconers flying different bird species and get information on every bird flown. Species in the center include the Maltese Falcon, the African fish eagle, the golden eagle, the griffon vulture, and the steppe eagle.
Limestone Heritage: This museum showcases the importance of stones on any island. It houses varieties of tools used for stone works in a bygone era.