Christian Pilgrimages In Malta
The history of Malta is a long and colourful one dating back to the dawn of civilisation. From the dawn of ages, the island was considered sacred and its inhabitants always searched and worshiped the divine.
St.Paul was the first Christian to set foot on Malta and it changed the course of nation’s history. With more than 365 churches, and many times that number of chapels, spread around the Maltese archipelago, the islands are an open museum of the Christian faith.
Pilgrimages in Malta
Malta’s centrality in the the Meiterranean allows it to be the ideal springboard for trips to both Eastern and Western Europe as well as the Middle East. It has become a hub for low cost air travel, permitting inexpenisive and convenient travel to a host of destinations within a couple of hours flight time.
The country’s long and turbulent history and geographically strategic position has exposed its people to varied belief systems over the millennia from prehistoric fertility cults to the monotheistic faiths of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.