by Christopher John Wood
Malta, an island located in the middle of the Mediterranean, 80 km (50 miles) south of Sicily, is only a two hour flight from Germany. Malta is dotted with the world’s oldest standing man-made walls, according to UNESCO, the structures predate Stonehenge in England.
Hagar Quim is a collection of stone dolmens jutting up to the sky against a beautiful seascape and is one of many Neolithic ruins that dot Malta.
Those interested in military history will find excellent scuba diving adventures to plane and shipwrecks invite in Malta’s warm waters. WWII bunkers and and ancient sites line Malta’s rocky coast.