Malta Towns & Villages
- Malta Holiday Information
- Malta Popular Holiday Destinations
- Malta Tourist Attractions
- Maltese Islands Photo Gallery
- Marsascala - Wied Il Ghajn
- Marsaxlokk - Fishing Village
- Mdina - Silent City
- Mellieha - Seaside Village
- Mqabba - Southern Village
- Sliema - District
- St Julians - District
- St Julians - Paceville - Night Life
- St Julians - St Georges Bay
- St Julians - Swieqi
- St Paul's Bay - Bugibba
- St Paul's Bay - District
- St Paul's Bay - Qawra
- The Three Cities - Historic Villages
- Valletta - The Capital City
- Zurrieq - Southern Village
The Three Cities - Historic Villages
Location: South Malta.
Neighboring Towns and Villages: Kalkara, Cospicua, Zabbar, Fgura.
Accommodation in the 3 Cities: A few apartments are available for holiday rentals.
Shopping in the Three Cities: Flea Market every Tuesday in central Birgu.
Banks, Bureau De Change, ATM's: Numerous all around the three cities.
Entertainment:Yacht Marina, seaside bars, restaurants, cafes,
History & Culture: Museums, Inquisitor's Palace
Popular Beach Clubs & Lidos: None.
Popular Cafes & Restuarants: Bacino Cafe, Cafe Du Brazil, Don Berto, Sottovento Cucina e Mare
Beaches: Rocky beaches not recommended for swimming.
Dive Centres: Drifa Diving Centre
Town Information: Vittoriosa, previously known as Birgu, is one of the Three Cities (the other two being Cospicua and Senglea). This little town is situated on a peninsula, just across the Grand Harbour. Originally known as Il Borgo, and then Birgu, it was one of the most important towns in medieval Malta. In 1530, when the Hospitallers (Knights of St. John of Jerusalem) arrived in Malta, they resided in and conducted their government from this town. It was strongly fortified and served as the Hospitallers defense bastion against the Turks in the Great Siege of Malta in 1565.Numerous typical maltese houses and alleyways can be found in and around Vittriosa. This city has just recently undergone tremendous investment with a brand new yacht marina, a casino and numerous eateries along its waterfront.