There are few beaches in Malta that have such fine sand. An original way to replace this is to use the natural resources which are available on the island. Being an island with an important limestone base, the rock formations are a sight even on the banks. You can go for a lovely swim in these clean and blue Maltese waters, and you can explore these curious pools. In the evening there is a lovely color.
The best place to enjoy the view of Valletta is Sliema, from the bay you see a superb panorama of Malta's capital. The blue-green water that separates the two cities makes the capital picture perfect-its walls and beige buildings, highlighting it and making it more impressive. It is the ideal place to take pictures.
The Triton Fountain of Malta is the first prominent monument that welcomes visitors at the entrance of the city of Valletta. It stands in the square where you'll find the island's bus terminal, and was sculpted by Vincent Apap in the first half of the 20th century. In the evening, it's busy with young people who meet here.
Fort Saint Elmo keeps watch over the entrance to Valletta's Grand Harbour. You can explore it in a single morning, but I'd recommend bringing a sandwich with you as there aren't many options to eat in the area. You can always ask a local people about the history of the fort and, in our case at least, they were more than willing to tell us