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11 Of Malta’s Most Gorgeous Village Squares

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Maltese village squares are beautiful things. They’re majestic, quaint, serene and inviting. They’re what make places instantly recognisable to anyone who doesn’t live in them, and what makes them home for the people who do.

Here’s a small selection of some of our favourite village squares.

1. Birgu

Complete with the picturesque steps leading into the pjazza.

2. Nadur

The embodiment of tranquility (apart from that one week in winter).

3. Siġġiewi

All roads lead to Siġġiewi – or least that’s how you feel when you descend into it’s pretty square.

4. Żebbuġ

A large square that’s brimming with village pride.

5. Sannat

Perched on a raised plinth, the Sannat church makes its village square so majestic.

6. Lija

A village centre that’s full of architectural character.

7. Marsaxlokk

Sun-soaked and sloping – it’s the perfect square for leisurely lounging.

8. Mġarr

When a square is this beautiful and encircled by fenkati restaurants, it comes damn close to perfection.

9. Bidnija

This sleepy pjazza is an all time favourite escape from the island density.

10. Mellieħa

The dramatic approach to this village square through a swerving hill is enough to make it a favourite. Stunning courtyards, steps, and buildings also have something to do with it.

11. Xewkija

The Xewkija church is so beautiful that it’s hard for this village square to be anything but amazing.

Did your village square make the list? Let us know in the comments!

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