Removals to Malta, From Dublin
At just 17 miles long and 9 miles wide Malta is certainly on the small side. To put it into perspective, Ireland is approximately 70,273 sq. km, while Malta is approximately 316 sq. km. It may be the littlest country in the European Union, but sometimes the best things come in small packages. So, what can you expect if you’re planning a move to Malta? Let’s see what’s on offer:
Thousands of Years of History
Malta has a mythological feel, with its caves, temples, megaliths and dungeons. There are so many ancient wonders and landmarks that we can’t list them all here! Marvel at the striking St John Co-Cathedral, which dates back to 1572 – a vision of Baroque splendour. Here you can find out about the Knights of St John, and take in the fine art by Caravaggio and other superb artists. Or how about a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage listed Ä¦al Saflieni Hypogeum? This ancient underground burial site contains remains dating back to 4000 B.C. Alternatively, simply amble around the countryside, chances are you will happen upon ancient chapels and medieval towers.
Shopping Opportunities Galore
Shopping enthusiasts won’t be disappointed. There’s the Embassy Shopping Centre in Valetta, featuring local and international brands. Browse until your heart’s content, enjoy a bite to eat and a drink in one of the many cafes, or chill out in the spa. There’s also the Monti Open Air Market, a popular shopping area with colourful stalls, selling all manner of goods including antiques and souvenirs. Sample local delicacies such as Imqaret (a traditional Maltese sweet pastry containing dates) and Pastizzi (a savoury pastry often filled with ricotta cheese).
A Striking Coastline
Malta has plenty to offer in terms of beaches – with golden sands, red sands and dramatic rocky outcrops. Whether you enjoy the thrill of water sports, such as windsurfing, or prefer more soothing pursuits e.g. lazing on the shore with the latest blockbuster for company, Malta won’t disappoint.
Visit Anchor Bay, located in Mellieħa. Back in 1979 the bay played host to the film Popeye (starring Robin Williams). Or head to Balluta Bay, a popular spot for sun-worshippers that features a rocky coastline stretching from Qui-si-Sana in Sliema all the way to St. Julian’s.
Can We Help You?
Here at Get Cracking Removals we can help you with your removal to Malta, from Dublin. We offer a friendly, professional service, and can cater for any size international move within the UK and Europe. We offer courier and pallet service, part load and full load services and even container shipments. We would be love to help you on your way to your new life in Malta. Let us do the hard work while you head off and explore the rich history, beaches and shops (plus all the other great attractions) your new home has to offer.