Malta is a sun-soaked archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. Located about 50 miles south of Sicily and northeast of Tunisia, it is one of Europe’s smallest countries—covering an area of around 120 square miles. Consisting of three islands, Malta, Comino, and Gozo, the country is packed with hidden gems, stunning beaches, and plenty of laid-back, leisure activities. Must-see attractions include the Ggantija Temples, St. John’s Co-Cathedral, and The Mosta Dome, which was bombed during World War II but miraculously remained intact. As a visitor, you’ll be surprised to discover that Malta is virtually untouched by other tourists. And you can’t forget the slice of paradise that is the blue lagoon!