The Maltese Archipelago lies virtually at the centre of the Mediterranean and there’s some serious history to explore on the island of Malta. Some 7,000 years of it in fact, from medieval Mdina dungeons to Ninu's Cave with its strange yet colourful alabaster stalactites and stalagmites. There’s an astonishing array of things to discover on this delightful Maltese Island and wherever you are the colours are striking and the scenery and the architecture provide a dramatic backdrop.
There’s only one golf course on the island and it’s fitting that it too has its fair share of history. Founded in 1888, Royal Malta Golf Club has plenty to offer. See below for more information.