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Top 5 Photography Spots in Malta

  • Apr 30, 2022

...picturesque landscapes and vibrant town centres!

Malta is universally known as the land of sun and sea. In addition to its sublime climate, the Maltese islands are blessed with one-of-a-kind historical sites, picturesque landscapes and vibrant town centres.

All in all, it is the perfect go-to destination for a photography trip. Here are 5 places you should definitely check out if you want to test your latest camera in Malta.

Marsaxlokk, Malta

The southern fishing village of Marsaxlokk is the perfect combination of sea, culture and Maltese spirit. Primarily known for its Sunday market, the village offers tonnes of colourful shooting spots and a breathtaking main harbour, with boats bobbing up and down.

St Peter’s Pool, Malta

St Peter’s Pool is, hands down, one of the most beautiful swimming spots in Malta. Its crystal-clear waters offer multitude opportunities for swimming, and its rocky surroundings are perfect for a spot of sunbathing. Best of all, its natural beauty makes it the perfect spot for a photo shoot or landscape photography.

Mdina, Malta

Malta’s silent city is straight out of a medieval storybook. Its winding streets, centuries-old palazzos and mysterious aura make Mdina the ideal location for a concept shoot, informed by its 4,000-year-old history. 

Ghar Hasan Cave, Gozo

Ghar Hasan Cave offers a breathtaking view of Gozo’s main sandy beach, Ramla Bay. The entrance to the cave can be reached after a hike and by walking down a few dodgy steps. We can guarantee that the view is worth the risk!

Cittadella, Gozo

Gozo’s Citadel, or “Cittadella,” is located in Gozo’s capital Victoria. The first fortifications date back to about 1500 BC, with the Cittadella as we know it today built between the 15th and 17th centuries. In addition to offering a sneak peek into the past, the Cittadella is also a great location from which you can view the rest of Victoria and the surrounding village.