Being small in size doesn’t stop Malta from being a fun travel destination and offering a range of things to do and see, including historical spots, beaches and outdoor adventures. The Ggantija Temples are not only two UNESCO temples, they’re also the world’s oldest two buildings built nearly 5,000 years ago. A historic city of importance is Malta’s capital city of Valletta. It’s a tiny city but is full of things to see, like St. John’s Co-Cathedral, Manoel Theatre and Fort St. Elmo. You’ll find numerous sandy beaches on Malta. Golden Bay is one of the best ones, so take your beach towel and that book you can’t put down and enjoy a relaxing day in the sun. Other things to do in the great outdoors are visiting the Blue Grotto, a famous Malta cave, and taking a boat trip out to the Azure Window, which takes you through caves and past gorgeous rock formations.