Your Cheap Malta Holidays has figured prominently in the lives of the Apostles specifically St. Paul who was shipwrecked in the island of Melite sometime in AD 60. You will discover during your Cheap Malta Holidays that the specific site for the shipwreck was in present-day St. Paul's Bay. You will also find that many traditions and sites in Malta are in some ways related to St. Paul, including St/ Paul's Grotto in Rabat.
One of the historic sites you can visit on your Malta Cheap Holidays is Ghar Dalam or Cave of Darkness in Birzebbuga. This would be a trip to a cave that still holds the bone remains of prehistoric animals that have existed and become extinct during the Ice Age. Your Malta Cheap Holidays would be spent in an exciting discovery of the different ages of bone deposits from the dwarf hippopotamus and elephant. It played an important part during World War II as an air-raid shelter but was opened to the public only in 1933.
Your Cheap Malta Holidays would lead you to the Rotunda of Mosta also known as the Church of the Assumption of our Lady. This 19th century church is a delight to architecture and design students since it is the world's ninth largest rotunda dome. It would be a delight to discover during your Cheap Malta Holidays that no less than Rome's Pantheon was the basis of the plan for the church. The church still excites people whenever they talk about the 200-kilogram Luftwaffe bomb which pierced the church dome but failed to explode.
Tigne Point would be an ideal Malta Cheap Holidays destination for those who are deep into history. Given the rate of development works being done on this rocky promontory, the old structure would be part of history even before you get the chance to go on Malta Cheap Holidays. The Tigre Point was one of the prominent sites in the Great Siege of 1565. However, it is being transformed into a real estate destination for shopping, residential and even a football pitch.