Malta is a small island country located in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Italy. It consists of three main islands: Malta, Gozo, and Comino, with Malta being the largest and most populated. Malta has a diverse cultural heritage and offers offer a beautiful Mediterranean landscape, with rocky cliffs, picturesque harbors, and crystal-clear waters.


Gudja is a charming village located in the southern part of the island of Malta. It is situated close to the Malta International Airport, making it easily accessible. The village is characterized by traditional Maltese architecture, with narrow winding streets, limestone buildings, and colorful wooden balconies. Gudja is home to several historical sites, landmarks and has many cultural events and celebrations throughout the year. Find out some of greatest attractions and things to do in the area.

Parish Church of the Assumption

The Parish Church of the Assumption, dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is a stunning example of baroque architecture. It features an impressive facade adorned with intricate stone carvings and statues. Inside, visitors can admire beautiful frescoes, marble altars, and ornate decorations.

Gudja Museum

The Gudja Museum offers insights into the village's rich history and cultural heritage. It houses a collection of artifacts, photographs, and documents related to Gudja's past, including its agricultural, religious, and social traditions.

Triton Fountain

Upper Barrakka Gardens

Auberge de Castille

Hal Saflieni Hypogeum

Tarxien Temples

Auberge de Castille